Sep 14, 2013

A Great Sushi Experience Can Also Create Marketing Buzz For You

Fine Sushi Restaurant

Fine Sushi Restaurant

I want to give credit where credit is due. When I come across something excellent, I really have a burning desire to share it with the entire world.

Such as this excellent Sushi experience and review by Ali Maadelat of a fine Sushi restaurant in Beverly Hills called Urasawa.

Apon reading the post, I was really impressed.

If and when I am ever in the Beverly Hills area, I will certainly stop in Urasawa, for a fine Sushi experience such as this one.

Also though and more to the point Ali, heads up the Lorenz Marketing Group, a prestigious marketing firm in there own right. After all how could you not like this slogan…

With the Lorenz Marketing Group, your business will be… The Oasis In A World Of Deserts.

Clever huh! Now from the article….

Hello everyone,

Those who know me well know that sushi is, without a doubt, one of my favorite foods… once a week at a minimum. With that said, I recently had a phenomenal sushi experience at Urasawa in Beverly Hills, and I thought I would post some of the pictures I took along with as much as I can remember.

NOTE: You Can Click The Pictures To See Them Full-Size.

I know, I know— This has nothing to do with marketing (directly, at least)… but it’s still fun!

If you haven’t heard about Urasawa before, here is a run down. The restaurant is owned by the head chef, Hiro Urasawa, and is nestled above Rodeo Drive and has ten seats open a night— which are often reserved much before the day of the dinner. The meal in itself runs anywhere from 25-35 courses and uses, for the most part, the highest quality and, occasionally, rarest ingredients available.

Read the rest of the review here:

via The Lorenz Marketing Group | Review: Dinner at Urasawa of Beverly Hills..

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