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10 pieces of premium sushi, appetiser, salad, miso soup, chawanmushi and dessert. All for $38. I think Ginza Kuroson's Lunch Menu is just filled with items that offer you not only great value but taste as well. I requested for some pieces of aburi sushi in my order, letting the chef decide which pieces of sushi would taste better torched. As you can see, Ginza Kuroson is rather generous with the amount of fish they use atop each serving of sushi rice. What sets Ginza Kuroson apart from most other Japanese restaurants that I have tried is their Tamago. The Tamago at Ginza Kuroson is a Negi Tamago, infusing the natural sweetness of the Negi into the Tamago. I thought it was a great balance between sweet and savoury. There was a slight hint of vinegar in the sushi rice that I found rather pleasing to my palate. While one of the rectangles of sushi rice broke apart when I grabbed the sushi lightly with my chopsticks, I wouldn't consider it a deal breaker for me, especially given the price that I'm paying for the meal. It might just have been carelessness on the part of the chef as the remaining 9 pieces of sushi were well made. For those of you who are wondering, this is my second visit to Ginza Kuroson in a week and I foresee more visits in the near future.