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Warning: this article contains a medical photo of worms which some may consider graphic. Sushi is often seen as a heathy
Over the past ten years we've seen an explosion of Japanese culture and cuisine in the UK. Whether that's ramen becoming a lunchtime favourite, or exhibitions from Japanese designers popping up in London - the UK's appetite for exports from the land of the rising sun has now gone way beyond just sushi.
Sushi has rapidly become one of the most popular lunch and dinner choices around, especially in the UK where it has become a perfect choice for the health conscious and those who simply don't fancy a dull old sandwich.
Dusty, hot, chaotic, overwhelming and unfriendly. That's what I was expecting Morocco's 'red city' Marrakech to be like. From descriptions by friends, I didn't think I would like it, but hey - it would be an 'experience'.
As I finish another mediocre London sushi lunch that I've grabbed from beside the sandwiches, I find my mind transported back to Tokyo where the freshest and tastiest sushi imaginable filled a hole in my stomach and cemented a place in my mind as the best sushi I've ever eaten. But it's more amazing than that because it's also the best and only sushi I've ever made.
Gohei's role has given him a unique perspective on both classic French and Japanese cuisine and I spent time asking him about flavour combinations, Gordon's Ramsey's influence and much more!