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Mexihanas Hibachi Grill in Long Beach offers Japanese food with a Mexican twist

LONG BEACH, Calif. — The restaurant Mexihanas Hibachi Grill offers Japanese food with a Mexican twist.

“Everyone was selling tacos, everybody was selling tortas, menudo, and pozole, so I wanted to bring to my city something that we didn’t have,” said Martin Luzanilla, the owner of Mexihanas.

During the pandemic, Martin Luzanilla was struggling financially. So he decided to take a chance and start Mexihanas, selling food out of his driveway.

“The pandemic hit, jobs were out the door. We were down to our last $2,000 in the bank and we had no other way of income or resources of

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Fifth + Broadway lands Japanese cuisine chain | Retail

Fifth + Broadway will be the first Tennessee location for Blue Sushi Sake Grill.

Known for its cosmopolitan vibe and Asian aesthetic, Blue Sushi Sake Grill offers a menu highlighted by Japanese standards such as nigiri, sashimi and maki. In addition to wines, cocktails and beers, the drink menu highlights multiple types of sake.

Omaha-based Flagship Restaurant Group is the parent company of the concept, which also has a presence in Lincoln, Nebraska; Dallas (two locations); Fort Worth; Austin; Denver; Westwood, Kansas; Naperville, Illinois; Lexington, Kentucky; Indianapolis; Westlake, Ohio; and Des Moines, Iowa. In addition, Chicago is slated for a

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Bento By EN Brings Traditional Japanese Delicacies At Your Doorsteps In Delhi

There’s something about a sushi that makes us fall for it time and again. We agree, it’s an adapted taste -many might not like in the first go. But once you get a hang of it, there’s no looking back. And over past few years, we have seen a significant increase in the number of sushi lovers across the country; this subsequently it increased the need of authentic sushi joints everywhere in India. Delhi, being the national capital and one popular hub of sushi lovers, also saw launch of several new joints serving sushi and other Japanese delicacies.

While exploring

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Edo reviewed – Redditch’s first Japanese restaurant dazzling with ‘dancing food’ – Alison Brinkworth

It’s been a long time coming, but Redditch finally has its first Japanese restaurant and it’s apt that it coincided with the Tokyo Olympic games when the culture and cuisine of the Asian country would be fresh in people’s minds.

Edo has set out its stall with an extensive specialist menu that has authentic and also delightfully unique dishes including “dancing food” that quivers and moves on a hot plate, but more on that later.

When I was in Japan, I was taken by the delicate treatment of the food, in both how it was prepared and beautifully presented, and

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New fine-dining Japanese restaurant Koryu opens in Colchester

A NEW high-end Japanese restaurant has opened in Colchester town centre.

Koryu opened earlier this week, replacing the popular Tokyo Sizzle eatery in Osbourne Street.

The Tokyo Sizzle brand has now moved to deliveries only with the unit being renovated in preparation for Koryu’s opening.

Koryu offers a high-end Japanese dining experience using the freshest local and Japanese ingredients, which are imported especially.

The menu features traditional Japanese favourites like sushi and Teriyaki as well as specialising in sashimi grade seafood.

The restaurant’s website states: “Koryu is a traditional and contemporary Japanese izakaya restaurant featuring modern Japanese cuisine.

“Our high-end

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Some ridiculously easy to make Japanese dishes

How about some Japanese food to really keep us in the Olympic vibe. Instead of ordering a pizza or a burger and a pint in a pub, why not impress the pals by whipping up a few super easy Japanese dishes from the host country for your socially-distanced viewing party or get-together.

Most of us would be hard-pressed to name more than two or three Japanese dishes… sushi immediately comes to mind but understandably many feel intimidated to even attempt to make sushi rolls. But scattered sushi, the most ancient form of sushi, is ridiculously easy to make and really …

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For the sake of it: a selection of Japanese tipples | Food

If the recent Olympics have triggered a desire to plunge into all things Japanese, don’t overlook the drinks. You’re probably already familiar with the country’s big lager brands such as Asahi, Kirin and Sapporo, and may well have tried sake (taken warm, as many people do, rather than cold, which is what the finer sakes deserve), but Japanese whisky? Gin? Shochu? There’s a lot to get your head around.

Whisky is a good place to start even, and perhaps especially, if you don’t think of yourself as a whisky drinker. It’s typically subtler, sweeter and less peaty than Scotch