With this dish, paper-thin beef slices are dipped into a pot of stock and boiling water for a couple of seconds and then the cooked beef is dipped into goma dare (sesame sauce) before it is eaten. Vegetables are added later, like shirataki, tofu, Chinese cabbage and enoki mushrooms. When cooked, they are dipped into a citrus and soy sauce (ponzu). Once the vegetables and beef are finished cooking, you can add udon to the both and eat it with broth. There are other flavorings used including daikon, chives and crushed garlic. In Shabushabu restaurants, these all-you-can-eat meals are quite common and affordable for those who have big appetites.
This is a kind of savory Japanese pancake. It is made of chopped seafood or meat and vegetables that are mixed into a batter and then cooked on top of a griddle. You flip the okonomiyaki like a pancake so that it gets cooked on both of its sides. Then it is topped with mayonnaise and a specialsauce and sprinkled with dried fish flakes (katsuobushi) and nori. Variations include adding soba or a fried egg.
This is a broiled chicken dish. Different cuts of chicken, which include the cartilage, liver and heart get cooked over a charcoal grill on skewers. There is also an assortment of vegetables included like onions (negi), garlic cloves (ninniku) and green peppers (piman). They are flavored with salt (shio) or a tangy sauce (tare). Usually the menu contains varies other foods also. Yakitoriya restaurants tend to be laid-back establishments where food is more of a snack to go with drinking.
Japanese people began to eat a lot more meat following WWII. Also, lower beef prices during the early 1990’s resulted in yakiniku restaurant becoming widespread across the country. This term means “grilled meat.” It is comprised of bite-sized beef pieces (or to a lesser extent vegetables, seafood, chicken and pork) that get grilled right at the diner’s table. It is usually referred to as “Japanese barbeque” overseas. However, it Japan it often gets referred to as “Korean barbeque.”
About Fuki Sushi Japanese Restaurant
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