The Sushi Bar, Japanese Restaurant

Welcome to The Sushi Bar!

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We have a great variety of sushi dishes; nigiri-zushi, maki-zushi, chirashi-zushi, hako-zushi, and so on.

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We like to inform you about the history, recipes, table manners, and typical menus of the most popular kind of sushi, nigiri-zushi, which is also called edomae-zushi.

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How to Eat SUSHI

 

1. Enjoy the various beautiful colors of the NETA (fishs lices/ingredients) first. (Visualize tasting sushi with your eyes.)

2. Place soy sauce for dipping in a small dish.

3. Mix a bit of WASABI (Japanese horseradish) with the soy sauce, or place a bit of wasabi on the neta if you want.

4. Pick up one piece of sushi with your thumb, index finger, and middle finger. Or you can choose  to use chopsticks.

5. Dip just the tip of the neta in some soy sauce.Turn the sushi over and bring it to your mouth.

6. Place the whole sushi piece in your mouth if possible.

7. Close your eyes and enjoy the taste._

Opening Hours Restaurant:

Daily 10:30 AM – 11.30 PM

(Last order at 11.00 PM)

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Telephone:
+848 3822 3154
+848 3822 3156

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Website:
www.sushibar-vn.com

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Sushi Bar

SUSHI Vocabulary

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  • Arigato – Thank you.
  • Chakin-zushi – Vinegared rice wrapped in a thin egg crepe.
  • Chirashi(-zushi) – Assorted raw fish and vegetables over rice
  • Domo (DOH moh) – Thank you.
  • Gari – Vinegared ginger.
  • Hashi – Chopsticks.
  • Itamae-san – The Sushi Chef.
  • Kanpai – The Japanese equivalent of “cheers,” used when drinking
  • Konbanwa – Good evening.
  • Murasaki  – Soy sauce.
  • Namida  – Wasabi.
  • Neta – Sushi topping.
  • Okanjo – The check.
  • Oyasumi nasai – Good night.
  • Sashimi – Raw fish served chilled, sliced, and arranged without rice.
  • Shamoji – Sushi rice paddle.
  • Shari – Vinegared rice ball.
  • Shoyu – Soy sauce.
  • Sumimasen – Excuse me.
  • Tataki – Pounded, almost raw fish.
  • Tekka-don – Pieces of raw tuna over rice.
  • Uchiwa – Fan, used for fanning sushi rice.
  • Wasabi – Japanese horseradish.