by Ian Froeb
A friend recently asked me a hypothetical question: If I could eat one meal anywhere in the world, and price were no object, what and where would it be?Visit the RFT restaurant page tomorrow evening to see what I think.
I would like to claim that I pondered the possibilities, weighing Tuscany against Mexico City, Paris against Vancouver, until my friend grew bored and wandered away. In fact, I answered immediately: "Sushi. From a grand master. One of those omakase meals."
I don't know that sushi is my favorite cuisine -- though, really, that changes every day -- but I certainly find it more fascinating than most.