With the reopening of dine-in a few weeks (two?) ago, made a last-minute change in plans. Got a taro "latte"e; at Yifang Taiwan Fruit Tea. No tea or coffee in it at all, just taro and milk, ice and sugar. Pretty decent although to be fair not something I would normally order? Enjoyed my drink, then it was time for Sushi Tsujita!
Apparently their appetizer box is to-go only, hence the lack of proper plating-- but it was quite tasty, with sashimi, lotus, shrimp, cod, and roast duck. Definitely best when served fresh instead of taken home. Mushroom soup was light and refreshing. Then the main course, kaisendon premium. How this is so cheap is beyond me, but it might be one of the best values around for a chirashi box. Ikura, uni, tamago, shrimp, hamachi, salmon, and a slice of toro-- soooooooo good. Both were definitely better dine-in than to-go; honestly did not appreciate just how much I missed dining in.
Took full advantage of dine in by ordering some more food. The chef brought out kinmedai (golden eye snapper), kohada (gizzard shad), and madai (sea bream). It had been way too long since I'd had such traditional fish, made all the better properly served dining in, and it was worth every penny.