Japan Eats is brand new this week with host Akiko Katayama in studio with food critic and author, Robert Sietsema. Presently editor for Eater, Robert shares how he transitioned from the rock and roll scene to food writing and adds his unique view of Japanese restaurants in New York City. Initially focusing on the best ethnic eats in the city, Robert dissects what the term means to him and how he finds some of the best unknown restaurants. Akiko highlights some of Robert’s past articles and talks the evolution of Japanese food and community throughout the big apple plus his favorite places to eat!
“The popularity of sushi here has proceeded in such a way that you can spend as much as three to five-hundred dollars!” [32:15]
–Robert Sietsema on Japan Eats