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100 thoughts on “British Chefs Try Japanese Delicacies Ep. 1

  1. I haven't watched this whole video yet, but I hope you guys are still in Japan! I'm visiting from NYC, and would love to bump into you guys (or stare admirably from far away)! ๐Ÿ™ˆ๐Ÿ™ˆ

  2. I hope Jamie didn't just take a bite out of raw winter melon 8:18! Those things are supposed to be cooked before eating.

  3. You guys should come to Brighton. The food scene is pretty great. Smaller gems like La Choza and Planet India and then fine dining spots like the Salt Room, The Set, Ginger Pig and loads more.

  4. I was asking myself: isnโ€™t that wagyu stick a typical tourist trap, if youโ€™re at a fish market? ๐Ÿ˜…

  5. Sea urchin described as "the meat of a mussel except on steroids" becomes funnier when you consider that you're eating the gonads.

  6. Funny thing is Jamie, I call it times new ramen, because when I was a kid I could not say "roman" right, I would say "Ramen" and it just stuck with me all my life, LOL

  7. I would absolutely love if Sorted got a Netflix series that combines their exploration of the country and cities, with challenges. Don't get me wrong absolutely love all of these videos but 13 minutes is too short! I could binge watch an entire series that each had like 40 – 60 minutes lol

  8. worked in a Japanese kitchen, and an Italian kitchen. the Japanese was super precise and everything had to be perfectly in place, the Italian was very much the opposite with constant variety and went by feel more then anything. Both have their good and bad, making loads of little dishes in the Japanese place was back breaking work, and the Italian place had an ever changing menu making it harder to predict. I prefer the Italian method, its easier to experiment. but after initial experimentation the Japanese way to hone and refine is fantastic.

  9. There is a Michelin stared ramen restaurant, two actually, in Tokyo. I would have also recommended trying a kaiseki ryouri, a traditional Japanese multi-couse meal. We have a special version of it for new years with my in-laws here, but you can get it at expensive restaurants as well.

  10. Wow they're all together on this trip! One person always seems to be missing whenever I see them go somewhere so it's nice seeing them all together ๐Ÿ™‚

  11. Anyone get real excited when they said Ebisu. I thought they meant the drift track. Weren't disappointed though ๐Ÿ™‚

  12. Would love to see a colab between you guys and Korean Englishman, it would be really cool to see you experience some great Korean food!

  13. BTW guys in the event you choose to do something mean to the "normals" you know non chiefs among you I'd suggest they check out JapaneseCooking101 channel it will give them a leg up in all things Japanese cooking basics as for the OMG presentations well duno what to tell them I personally suck at it… so I live by the law the food is on a clean dish, it is properly prepared and seasoned so eat it or go hungry ๐Ÿ˜› https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1CL9_o8c7sXfiMWJuTLp-Q

  14. Iโ€™d be scared Iโ€™d get sick from something I would eat there. You never really know the quality from street food or the cleanliness or conditions

  15. If you guys go back, PLEASE do a collab with Simon and Martina (eat your sushi/ eat your kimchi). They are foodie nerds too!

  16. Itโ€™s always โ€œincredibleโ€ โ€œamazingโ€ โ€œwowโ€ โ€œperfectโ€ can we for once have a … โ€œyeah, not for meโ€ or โ€œJesus thatโ€™s awfulโ€ ๐Ÿ˜‚

  17. Can't wait for part 2!! I love these and would love to see more for other countries too. Barry trying to eat that oyster sushi with his chopsticks was my fave part. Looked like something I would have done. LOL

  18. You guys don't seem to handle heat well so I think a video with some properly spicy chiles would be hilarious. At least Ghost pepper level heat.

  19. Ben and James' expressions when they tried that first sip of ramen broth was wonderful! Gave me the biggest Ramen craving!

  20. 10:38 the guy in the top left corner of the screen uses his cupped hands to drink water and goes right back to cooking. ๐Ÿคข

  21. I was sooo waiting for this to happen! I hope you guys had a blast in Tokyo! I spent there the best year of my life ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿก๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ—ป

  22. Tsukiji Market. An amazing place. And I also bought the snow crab from the seller that you bought the oyster from. Fresh wasabi. Seafood so fresh, they melt in the mouth… ๐Ÿ˜

  23. Japan ramen soup is very pure and tasty I remember, I tried to replicate at home but it is very difficult. I wanna know the secret!

  24. Great to see that you guys are having fun and that you're ready to learn more about the Japanese culture. Thanks for sharing this with us guys.

  25. My respect for James has been more and more precarious over the last months, but when he said "I'm not sure I like Japanese cuisine yet" and what remained just all dropped off the cliff. What?! Just stick to the original four.

  26. I love Japan. I really want to go back there some day. They take immense pride in preparing their food with the best quality ingredients and they actually make their food look like the pictures.

    I had to laugh at their reaction to the first salty chicken ramen. It was like they had a mouth orgasm. Lol

  27. Uhm the melon that he ate from the farm I donโ€™t think taste nice raw ….. bcos theyโ€™re usually used in soup

  28. So like having lived out here in Tokyo it's cool seeing y'all come and visit SUPER hot spots that not everyone may know about but also….Ben's like weebish childlike enthusiasm is really pure. I can't hate it even if I want to.

  29. That's gonna be my food route in my annual foodie pilgrimage to Tokyo next year! ๐Ÿ™‚ yummmmm!! anyone joining me?? :DD

  30. Who recommended those restaurants? It seems like advertising for me. Sorry Iโ€™m pure Japanese and food lover. What kind of Japanese food do you want to feel it? Get it? Snobby one? Sassyone? Friendly one? Soulful one? We have plenty of type of Japanese meal. AD is always makes me feel sad…

  31. Lol. The melon Jamie ate out if the vending machine, I'm prettg sure was actually a winter melon, which is supposed to be cooked before being eaten xD

  32. If the plan is for them to make Japanese food for Japanese people, shouldn't they try some Japanese food at some point? So far it's all unusual fusion stuff, stereotypical/touristy stuff, and ramen. Fingers crossed.

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