If you are craving for authentic sushi or ramen in Thailand, you must visit the best Japanese restaurant in Bangkok where each dish is meticulously prepared to capture authentic Japanese flavours. Japanese cuisine will provide you with the opportunity to taste fresh fish, vegetables and heart-smart fats. There are lots of choices even for those with dietary issues.
If you are not very familiar with Japanese cuisine, there are suggestions for both taste and nutrition. Sushi is one of the most famous of all Japanese food but do you know that there is variation in the ingredients used? You have a choice from diced fish, cucumber, tomato, asparagus, avocado, masago and ponzu sauce. If you prefer raw fish without rice, your best option is sashimi, fresh fish that has been sliced thinly and served with a miniscule amount of soy sauce and wasabi.
If you have no dietary restrictions, do not miss tempura which is made from battered and deep-friend seafood and vegetables. The batter has been made as light as possible with a dipping sauce called tentsuyu. The ingredients can be shrimp or squid with vegetables eggplant or bell pepper. However, if you are rather wary over deep-fried foods, you can order steamed broccoli, steamed spinach or thinly sliced cucumbers with rice vinegar. Frequently, Japanese restaurants will accommodate your no-fried-food request.
For those who are health conscious, a better option to the seaweed salad is bean sprout salad or steamed vegetables. You can request for sauce on the side to control your sodium intake. Instead of sake that is made from fermented rice, you can indulge yourself in green tea that is loaded with anti-oxidants. Calorie-free green tea is the perfect match to a sushi dish. However, it will be difficult to resist a taste of sake, the ancient drink of Japan.
Exceptionally fresh salmon, tuna, squid and other types of seafood are served at best Japanese restaurant in Bangkok for your gustatory delight. The restaurant’s mission is to capture the unique flavours and authentic style of Japanese cooking. Meticulously prepared Japanese dishes are complemented by the interior décor that reminds you of Japanese culture.