|Sushi platter from Yuki, Buenos Aires|
When it comes to finding good sushi in Buenos Aires, it's a nearly impossible quest. Sure, if you like salmon, cream cheese and the mystery white fish, then you're all set. But if you're looking for the mythical red tuna (Ahi), you're out of luck...because even if you find it on a menu, it's usually inferior quality. So if you like a more traditional style of Japanese sushi, Buenos Aires has next to no options.
Except for Yuki.
Thanks to a review I read, I made it a priority to make sure I took a visit.I planned for months to goto Yuki but didn't get around to it until tonight. And it was well worth it.
They didn't have any fresh red tuna but were honest in saying that since it wasn't fresh, they wouldn't serve it. But even without it, the meal was superb.
In fact, when we told them "no queso crema" they explained how as a traditional sushi restaurant, they never use it anyways. Yes folks, in BA, most sushi has cream cheese...you have to ask to NOT have it when ordering.
|Karaage from Yuki, Buenos Aires|
|Tamago, pulpo, rabas y tuna from Yuki, Buenos Aires|
|Green tea ice cream from Yuki, Buenos Aires|