Sushi is one of Japan’s world-class specialties. Besides being healthy, the menu, which is dominated by raw sea meat, is also packaged in specific techniques that are tempting. However, there are still many people who don’t know how to eat sushi properly. Here’s how to eat sushi that is right according to tradition in Japan. In the meantime, you may also want to try Linton’s Sushi and Botiwalla as well.
How to eat
Some argue, sushi must be eaten by the fish first and then the rice. There are also those who say they are split into two first and then bitten in half. According to chef Masaharu Morimoto from Morimoto restaurant in New York, eat sushi once swallowed to keep the taste harmonious. Even for omakase orders, the chef will make different sizes.
In restaurants in general, people immediately order the desired menu according to taste. In fact, the art of eating sushi also has a sequence of rituals to maintain the quality of taste. The truth is eating sashimi (only fish meat), followed by nigiri (a combination of rice and fish) followed by maki roll (rolled sushi). If ordering a menu cooked like a katsu set, make sure it’s eaten the last time.