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Friday, 23 October 2009



Argh. I have been trying to get to Tomo for MONTHS. This may be just the last push I needed. Gorgeous photos...as always. I could seriously taste that escolar.


So happy to see such good looking fish in landlocked Austin :-) Did you guys eat with your fingers?


Bruce and I go there for lunch every now and then; if we're lucky, it's a day when they've got ankimo in stock. Yum.

I also really like the fact that I can get an umeboshi roll there, and I've had that egg-ume-shiso thing before. Love it.

Boots in the Oven

Optimista, you should definitely check it out! Thanks for the complments!

Gastronomer, Logan usually does... I did this time, because it seemed like a better way to deal with the toppings. Yup, theyfly everything in fresh - I know it's terrible for my carbon footprint, but since I eat local most of the time, well, I let this slide.

Karin, I love their ankimo, when they have it! And we had their umeboshi roll the last time we were there. Delicious.



I heart tomo and I'm happy to find Austin foodies!

Boots in the Oven

Very cool! Welcome to the Austin foodie fold - I've got links to a few Austin foodbloggers in my sidebar, but you should definitely check Addie Broyles' (relish austin) blogroll. It's hugely comprehensive.

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