THE SUSHI ETIQUETTE
You heard it right. There are certain etiquette rules even when eating sushi. Never put wasabi in your shoyu (soy sauce) when eating wasabi as that would be a total insult for the chef (Reason? Because he already put ample amount of wasabi when he made it.) Always put the tips of your chopsticks inside the bow with the paper the sushi came in after you finish eating your email. And the list goes on.
But hey, in eating sushi, who cares about etiquette? Everyone has their own style and opinion in eating sushi. With Kanji Sushi Restaurant and Sake Bar, what matters most is you are able to eat the sushi that you want and as much as you like. And while we respect the traditions of Japanese on how they eat sushi, Kanji feels and believes that the presentation of sushi is as important as how it tastes.
So, do you believe in the so-called â€œsushi etiquetteâ€ or you simple want to have a taste of a great sushi? Kanji offers both. Visit us! Kanji Sushi and Sake Bar (www.kanjitoronto.com) is located at 1346 Queen St. W. Toronto, ON M6K 1L4.
About the Author
Fusion cuisine combines elements and techniques from different culinary traditions. At Kanji,our dishes artfully combines Traditional Japanese recipes with French and Italian influences. Our mission is to combine these delicacies with the highest standard of service in a trendy yet comfortable environment for your enjoyment.
Submitted on: 2013-11-14 02:19:56