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Yojimbo: Watch your head as you step into tiny Tokyo
Jul 21, 2009 by Examiner.com

The small size of this place makes for a quick turnover rate with ingredients, and it’s obvious the seafood is superbly fresh. No fishy odor here; only the clean, bright and sometimes buttery flavors of the ocean. Not a single entrée bubbles over the $10 mark, and generous portion sizes stand out against their diminutive price tags. It could be swankier, sure, but the artsy anime playing on the giant flat-screen and the buoyant Japanese pop evokes a youthful attitude that many older restaurants in Alameda will probably never have. Get lost in exceptional Japanese cuisine, and as the sounds of the city melt away, you just may forget you‘re not in Tokyo.

Throwback of the House: Tokyo Turkey Toss
Jul 21, 2009 by Riverfront Times
Toss -- snort -- cooked turkey with cooked rice, shredded carrots, celery, green pepper and a can of bean sprouts. Make a dressing of soy sauce, French dressing and mayo. Because nothing says "Japanese cuisine" like a condiment with Dale Earnhardt Jr. on the label. ...

Cuisine Quest: Chicken with a bit of panko
Jul 21, 2009 by Salt Lake Tribune

Today the area has become a popular shopping destination with nearly two dozen different retail shops and restaurants. The historic Gardner Mill is the centerpiece and home to Archibald's Restaurant, which serves classic country fare. The restaurant shared its recipe for lemon garlic chicken, a request of Barbara Schieving. This simple entrée gets its crispy coating from panko Japanese breadcrumbs; made from bread without crusts, panko creates a crispy airy texture. The dish is topped with a lemon butter sauce. ...

Foodie news
Jul 21, 2009 by San Diego CityBEAT

Wa Dining Okan. 3860 Convoy St., Kearny Mesa. 858-279-0941. Okan means “mom” in Japanese, and this unassuming spot, located in a strip-mall, serves the kind of Japanese comfort food you’d most likely find only in Japanese homes. Standouts include the grilled sanma (a North Pacific fish) and, for dessert, purin....

Asian Palace in Providence combines Chinese, Japanese and Thai cooking
Jul 21, 2009 by Providence Journal

(Chicken, Beef and Shrimp in Hot Garlic Sauce at Asian Palace.)

The restaurant has been in the planning stages for five or six years, Yau said. Its very name is meant to convey the difference between this restaurant and his others. The cuisine includes not just traditional Chinese food but Japanese specialties, including sushi and sashimi. Bento boxes are also on the menu, offering a complete meal, Japanese style. There are also traditional Thai dishes. ...
By J.S. on Jul 25, 2009



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