6 years ago, I upended my life and decided to move to Tokyo so I could experience real sushi in it's purest form. I always loved it, but I knew there were limits to what we had available in the US. After reading Anthony Bourdain's 'A Cook's Tour,' I knew I had to do something crazy if I really wanted to expand my horizons - it was a now or never moment. I worked in tech to pay the bills, but in retrospect I realize now that it was always a front for my real intentions. In between binging on some of the most amazing food I've ever eaten, I discovered real ramen and fell in love all over again. Although sushi was my true love, it wasn't sustainable and ramen like a warm fuzzy pork belly blanket was always there to support and comfort me during those frigid lulls between paychecks until I could get my next sushi fix. Countless food-epiphanies later, I'm back in SF with a burning passion for delicious food, but still feeling like I've only begun to scratch the surface of what I experienced in Japan.
I'm in my thirties
What to expect at Clint's place
The food was amazing and Clint and Yoko were amazing as well. Very personable and kind. The appetizer was creative and delicious. The Ramen was solid and the dessert was yummy and not what you would typically get. We would definitely highly recommend. My 4 star review is typical of most 5 star reviews. I don't give out 5 stars often unless I am truly blown away.
Clint 's experiences
No Ramen, No Life!
Where to find Clint
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