2 hrs ago
Sushi, Style & Skyline
Like trying to tell contestants of Miss Korea 2013 apart, distinguishing outstanding Japanese restaurants from so many seemingly similar choices is no piece of mochi.
3 hrs ago
Here, Eat This: A Beginner's Guide to Japanese Cuisine
Although its all the craze lately, ramen is just one of the soups you'll find in Japanese cuisine.
6 hrs ago
Culinary adventures: California roll morphs from sushi to salad
So I was thrilled to judge a salad competition in my community. The opportunity gave me a chance to sample a number of creative plates and gave me a wealth of ideas to consider when creating my own summer salads.
10 hrs ago
Marugame Monzo and Tsurumaru: Two Handmade Udon Shops Now Open in Little Toyko
While Japanese noodle fanatics have been gawking over artisanal ramen joints, another type of noodle business has been growing, albeit at a much quieter pace, within Los Angeles.
Mon May 20, 2013
Crossroads, a new multinational restaurant in Washington
From the people who brought Heritage India to Washington, now comes recently opened Crossroads , a multinational tour of the world's cuisines.
The Best Splurge Sushi in Toronto
The best splurge sushi in Toronto lends itself to an entire realm of epic sensations.
Creative Loafing Atlanta
Quick Bites: Umi to open, King + Duke's debut, restaurant menu updates, and more
Umi sushi makes its debut today at 3050 Peachtree Road in Buckhead. With a 23-foot custom bar built from white oak, dark green banquettes, and hand-charred cypress walls, the interior is a scene of aesthetic delight where patrons can enjoy dishes such as yellowtail with jalapeo, spicy tuna kamikaze rolls, and grilled black cod misoyaki.
Sat May 18, 2013
The Block Island Times
Order this... Sushi and sake at The Oar
Under The Oar's distinctive arbor, you're dining while you watch the sun glimmer off the water, boats lying at anchor, and all the rest of the action in the New Harbor.
Fri May 17, 2013
RECIPE: Roll out some spring sushi for your next outdoor get-together
In the past few years, I have developed a new love for sushi. With spring arriving and picnics starting up, it makes a fresh treat for everyone.
Thu May 16, 2013
Best Restaurants 2013: Editors' Picks
Each restaurant is still relatively new and has attracted a loyal following for such specialties as mixed drinks and Japanese eats.
The Mountain Times
CoBo Sushi rolls downtown
East meets West at CoBo Sushi Bistro and Bar in Boone, where Asian cuisine is given a Southern twist in a casual, yet subtly upscale environment.
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Asian Imperial: Satisfaction for sushi lovers
Handicapped-accessible. Credit cards : Major cards accepted Prices : Mostly low Pluses : Attractive interior; friendly service; wonderful sushi choices.
A Japanese sensibility permeates the food at the Victorian-era Madrona Manor
What has impressed me about Jesse Mallgren at Madrona Manor in Healdsburg is how he continues to evolve as a chef.
Wed May 15, 2013
Five Bowls of Honolulu's Best Ramen
Growing up in Hawaii, you don't realize that other Americans aren't taking off their shoes before going into houses, eating sashimi for breakfast as a child, or learning to use chopsticks before a fork.
Masaharu Morimoto's 11 Tips for Tuna and Sushi at the New York Culinary Experience
The New York Culinary Experience at the International Culinary Center gives regular people a chance to take cooking classes from some of the country's most respected chefs, who lead hands-on demos of some of their signature dishes.
New York Daily News
Flavorless sushi and slipshod service at Sen
I've never eaten at Sen in Sag Harbor, the go-to sushi joint for sparkly Hamptons habituA©s like Calvin Klein, Kelly Ripa, Steven Spielberg and Paul McCartney.
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Recipe: Sashimi Won Tacos
This Guy Fieri recipe remains one of the longtime favorites on Johnny Garlic's menu.
Tue May 14, 2013
Salt Lake Tribune
New sushi restaurant banks on Layton's future
Layton a The restaurant sits on a wide street where the whir of speeding SUVs almost never stops.
Shanghai Asian Bistro a quality eatery in SoNo
It's been quite awhile since we've seen the opening of an Asian restaurant that offers simple, classic dishes in attractive but not over-the-top presentations, in a lovely but not drop-dead-sensational setting and at prices that are almost breathtaking in their moderation.
The Japan Times
Food producers eye Islamic market
New horizons: Customers dine at a food court in Kuala Lumpur in January. Japanese food-makers are increasingly seeking halal certification for their products in order to break into the Islamic food market.