Thursday, March 15, 2007

The fall and rise of the world's most famous sushi chef

Although one of the world's most famous sushi chefs today, back in 1987 Nobu Matsuhisa was deep in debt after his first restaurant burned down the weekened it opened in Anchorage, Alaska.

That was his low point. It was all "uphill" from there. This goes to show, grasshopper, that it is the uphill climb that leads to the top of the mountain.

"Sushi, anyone?"

—Mellow Monk

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