At the restaurant Zauo you can help yourself, no really, you HAVE to help yourself. “If you want it you first have to catch it.” The middle of the restaurant is shaped like a boat and there are plenty of rooms alongside where catching can be a satisfying if unnerving experience for those will little experience fishing.
In the water are 10 different kinds of fish from lobsters to mackerel.
And once you get it on board, there’s the waitress and now the fun really begins.
Your catch of the day is whisked to the kitchen where no time is wasted turning that swimming critter into a sushi delight.
In minutes it’s gone from fish to a fancy course that costs more than $30.
And every course rates a toast
Even the squeamish come away satisfied.
“Nice fresh food. Sea food, but I have one argument, too easy for fishing, so too quick.”
We didn’t ask, but we doubt the fish would agree with this lady.
“I believe the fish are very happy, she says, to be eaten by us and thought so delicious.”
So here even the most dedicated city dweller can learn what every fisherman knows the pleasure of the catch is often equal to the pleasure of the meal when you re angling for the freshest fish there is.