Food: Sushi breakfast
Bond book appearance: The Man with the Red Tattoo (2002)
Experience of 007 Travelers: Self-made
“She led Bond back through the busy market until they came to an outlying area that featured a few fresh sushi restaurants in rows of one-storey barrack-like buildings.
“Let’s have a sushi breakfast,” she suggested.
They went into the narrow place, which was about ten feet wide, and sat at the counter with several workers, still clad in rubber boots. Bond ordered several pieces of tuna, salmon and fish roe for them to share, along with a tekka-maki, a tuna roll wrapped in seaweed cut into six portions, and a kappa-maki, a roll stuffed with cucumber. Bond ordered extra wasabi to mix with the soy sauce, as he was not fond of raw fish. But he was willing to give it a go.”
Raymond Benson: “The Man with the Red Tattoo”
|Sushi with “The Man with the Red Tattoo” Finnish edition|
|Six tekka-makis and six kappa-makis|
|Fish roe, tuna and salmon in their own bowls|
|Soy sauce and wasabi|
|Tekka-maki in bamboo mat, ready to be cut to six pieces|
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