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Was it cold enough for you this morning? How about some hot soup for lunch or dinner to ward off the chill? For the past few weeks, we've been tracking down some of the best bowls of soups served at restaurants here and there.
A man who tried to rob a restaurant in Philadelphia found out the hard way that it takes a very sharp knife to make sushi.
The cold appetisers from Yoshiyuki, a Japanese kaiseki restaurant at Forum the Shopping Mall, consist of simple but flavourful items such as lightly salted gingko nuts, a baby eggplant topped with sweet miso and ika sushi.
Is there a steaming, writhing mass of ramen threatening to breach the walls of your bowl? Are rolls of sushi piling up on your plate? Are you freaked out by the skinless sashimi? Ask your commanding officer for a pair of Attack on Titan chopsticks .
The most unique feature of the Sterling Brunch is its sushi, sashimi and caviar station.
There seems to be a fair amount of turnover among the fooderies that call 950 E. Colorado Blvd. their home.
"Washoku" traditional Japanese cuisine has been added to UNESCO's Intangible Cultural Heritage list Wednesday, raising the government's hopes of enhancing its global recognition, attracting more foreign tourists and boosting exports of the country's agricultural products.
Zagat has ranked its 20 top-rated restaurants across the country , and #1 in the Seattle area is Nishino in Madison Park.
Japanese dishes are served on a table for dinner at Japanese restaurant Irimoya Bettei in Tokyo.
Sake Lounge 11953 South Strang Line Road, Olathe, 913-780-2800 Hours: 11 a.m.10 p.m. MondayThursday, 11 a.m.11 p.m. FridaySaturday, 11:30 a.m.9:30 p.m. Sunday Price: $$$ Sake Lounge Sex and the City roll: $14.50 Spanish spring roll: $4.25 Thai basil steak: $13 Pad Thai with shrimp: $12 General Tso's chicken: $11 Tempura bananas: $4.95 It was a ... (more)
Tanoshi Sushi Sake Bar never meant to take reservations. When the cramped, Japanese restaurant, which has only twelve backless stools and no liquor license, opened last year on York Avenue and 73rd Street, owner King Ang put out a sign-up list each afternoon at 2. Tanoshi draws a young, hip crowd to the Upper East Side with its creative, reasonably ... (more)
Nikkou Japan opened in late October in the small place behind Carol's Polar Parlor at 3800 W. Genesee St. Owners Jing Wang and Joe Zou serve a full slate of sushi, from 2-piece nigiri and various rolls, from California to Spicy Tuna, and Eel Avocado to the Tokyo Roll .
Many restaurants offer curbside service for your to-go orders, but how many offer it waterside? Fenwick Island residents can pull up on a stand-up paddle board, or the more conventional bike or car, if they prefer, to pick up sushi at Flying Fish.
From seafood to French to Italian to American to Brazilian and everything in between, there are multiple options for each kind of fare on the busy little strip.
After last week's rather lackluster Die Hard rip off, er, homage, it's nice to see the show getting back to the sci-fi tropes that made the first two episodes so enjoyable.
In this Wednesday, Nov. 27, 2013 photo, a dish of crab and shrimp with vinegared turnip are served on a table at Japanese restaurant Irimoya Bettei in Tokyo.