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Start your meal, and cleanse your palate, by choosing from our wonderful array of hot and cold appetizers.For an introduction to the breadth of cooking styles and exciting flavors that await you, there's no better place to begin
The specialty roll is more than just a classic roll.Specially determined and created by our chefs, they usually have a more complex mix of ingredients and sauces that will provide a more interesting range of flavor and unique taste.
The combination of expertly sliced raw fish, wasabi (Japanese horseradish), shoyu (soy sauce) and gari (pickled ginger) comes close to being an art form.Only the freshest fish is used here, and our chefs spend years honing their skills to bring out the most subtle flavors and the true beauty of sashimi.
While salads are readily available in most restaurants, the Japanese version must surely be among the most delightful.After all, it consists of the freshest vegetables-coral, tango, lettuce, purple cabbage, carrot, cucumber and cherry tomato and top with our tantalizing Sushi Tei or sesame dressing, a must have with every meal!
Sushi Moriawase is the universal term for any rice-based dish, and remains the classic staple for our establishment as our chefs freshly prepare the selections on a daily basis.Try the delectable sushi platters, which come with at least four mouth-watering sushi types-perfect for sharing or as an entree on their own.
One of the most iconic dishes in Japanese dining is also one of the heartiest and most tasty.It's diversity and color comes in the form of thinly-sliced tuna, salmon, prawn and other more interesting ingredients like crab meat or egg which add to its taste and texture.
Constructed just like the "battleship" from which it takes its name, gunkan involves wrapping crisp seaweed around fresh sushi rice, then filling the resulting "ship" with exotic, hard-to-contain ingredients like salmon roe, sea urchin or jellyfish.It'll have you feeling "shipshape" in no time.
The "Te" in Temaki refers to hand crafted entirely by hand without the aid of the makisu (traditional bamboo mat used for rolling sushi), our chefs pay close attention to detail while creating these specially crafted handrolls, using only the freshest ingredients and choice seaweed.
Don't let their simple appearance fool you;these aren't your average sushi rolls.Each set is carefully crafted using the very best ingredients, to guarantee an exquisite during experience.The only question is how to choose between them.And the easy answer?Try them all!
Wanmono means "things served in a bowl" and we've specially created a selection of dishes served in a bowl to please every taste and palate.From the popular Misoshiru (miso soup) to the soft and fluffy texture of chawanmushi (steamed egg custard served in a tea bowl), every bowl is an individual delight.
Grill lovers need look no further.These skewers of succulent meat seasoned in salt or sweet tare (soy-based sauce) are grilled to fragrant perfection over hot coals.It's the perfect dish for sharing with friends.Must-tries include the Jumbo Yakitori (grilled chicken with teriyaki sauce) and Ebi Mentaiyaki (grilled prawn with cod roe).
With only a little poetic license, Agemono translates as deep-fried deliciousness.Though tempura is the most famous example, agemono actually refers to anything that's fried using the special agemono nabe, a thick pot, which keeps the oil at a consistent temperature.A classic Japanese cooking technique, it's the magic behind dishes like tonkatsu and karaage.
Nabemono, or Nabe, is a traditional way of cooking and eating during the chilly winter months in Japan.But diners can always find an excuse to indulge in a piping hot Nabemono dish (comprising one-pot stew filled with meats, seafood and vegetables; accompanied with a myriad of dipping sauces) with a group of friends at any time of the year.
For the best Tempura dishes in town, look no further.Our menu offer the tastiest in tempura goodness-capturing all the essential qualities of Japanese deep-fried cooking, perfected over the centuries to create the fluffiest and crispiest balance that simply must be tasted to be believed.
Japanese noodles come in various forms, including udon (the thickest version made from wheat flour, salt, water, and eggs), cha soba (green-colored version made from buckwheat flour) and ramen (the thinnest version and springiest of the lot).Depending on your preference, the ramen provides the most bite in a soup base, the udon is the heartiest (also in a soup base) while the soba is a must for those who prefer their noodles served cold.
Fresh steamed rice, topped with your choice of Japanese delicacy, Donmono is as simple as it is delicious.Popular throughout Japan, with a well-deserved reputation as a healthy alternative to fast food, our use of only the finest ingredients turns this humble dish into something very special indeed.
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