Wednesday, October 14, 2009


I was in the mood for a break and a snack, so I made it over to Shoya. It's near the intersection of Peachtree Industrial Road and I-285. It's a little hard to find, but keep trying. It is in a small mall that is off the main road, behind a car dealer.

This is a Japanese-style bar. If it were a real Japanese bar, you wouldn't have enough elbow room to strech your arms, but other than that it is a pretty authentic experience.

I tried three pieces of sushi: yellow tail, salmon, and tuna. As you can tell, it was good---I almost forgot to take the picture. The fish was very fresh. I sat at the sushi bar and the chef prepared it for me in the usual way. I was hungry enough that I ate the remaining ginger raw. It was very sweet, the best ginger I've had in awhile. Shoya Izakaya on Urbanspoon

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