St Andrews has a sushi problem. Between the option of sushi from a Thai restaurant, the seemingly-defunct student operation Soooshi and the meagre pickings on the shelves of Sainsbury’s and Tesco, it is difficult to fill the craving for fresh rolls and sashimi in our little town. It has been a trying time for sushi lovers in this corner of northeast Fife – until now.
Bubble TV interviews Fine Food & Dining Society's President Daisy, and gives us a foretaste of what to expect from their events this year.
As a vegetarian and occasional pescatarian, it can be particularly challenging to find a good meal in St. Andrews. Nahm Jim, the Thai and Japanese food restaurant on Market Street has a large menu, featuring all types of sushi and a wide range of main courses and starters, along with imported beers and inventive cocktails. To be honest, it has been difficult for me to find a good meat-free main dish here, and a number of times I have left unsatisfied, only to sneak into Tesco’s for a guilty late night snack.