The delicacy is being served in three ways, two for the pros, one for the uninitiated.
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Kyoto-born Yoya Takahashi prefers nutrient-rich rice...and The Grateful Dead.
The funnyman was arm-in-arm with a new love interest.
Under the new chef, takoyaki transforms into arancini, unagi is layered with lardo, and salmon is smoked with a handheld gun.
The restaurant will also display new works from artist Sean D’Anconia.
The Top Chef winner takes over the former spin-off of Hamasaku on Melrose, but will keep the sushi bar for chef-driven tasting menus.
Let's hope the soccer star stays close to Snoop Dogg's side and doesn't follow the lead of buddy Tom Cruise.