Japanese Restaurants in New York Sushi
Japanese restaurants are easy to find. Some Japanese restaurants will feature accommodations where guests sit upon tatamis a traditionally Japanese dinning arrangement. Japanese food is traditionally eaten with chopsticks.
Japanese food is considered to be very healthy. The emphasis is on seafood, including octopus, calamari, spiny lobsters, mollusks, crabs, sea-kale, fish. Spices and chili sauces are frequently used and range for mild to very spic, yet do not drown the flavors of the main ingredients. A traditional Japanese specialty is sushi - a dish consisting of thin slices of fresh raw fish inside a cake of cooked rice wrapped in a seaweed wrapper. Vegetarian sushi also available. The traditional Japanese fermented rice liquor is called saki. For more information on Japanese cuisine and recipes please visit Global Gourmet
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