Looking for a different taste? Try Japanese Cuisines!

There has been a rise in restaurant prices in recent times, because of which more and more people are choosing to dine in their own house. The second reason for this change is the growing health consciousness in them. They are avoiding eating oily and fried stuff and maintaining a good health. But, if you are among those who just love to dine out with family and friends, we would recommend visiting a Japanese restaurant in your area and getting a taste of healthy Japanese cuisines within budget.

Finding a great Japanese restaurant in Dubai that offers every kind of Japanese delicacies at pocket-friendly prices can quickly become a challenge. But, if you really want to break away from all the headaches of cooking at home and eat delicious Japanese cuisines, then you must look for a good Japanese restaurant.

Japanese food is undoubtedly different in appearance and taste as well. Here are some of the things that you must know about Japanese cuisines.

Japanese food is among the top three national food traditions recognized by UNESCO for its cultural significance

The UNESCO recently added Japanese cuisine or ‘washoku’ into its Intangible Cultural Heritage list. This means that this way of cooking and eating Japanese cuisines is important for letting the traditional culture of the country to survive.

Seasonal ingredients are carefully used to prepare Japanese Cuisines

Each and every Japanese dish gets a great deal of thought for preparing, presenting and then serving. The chefs preparing the Japanese cuisines take the ongoing season into account and thereby carefully select seasonal ingredients and flavors representing that specific period. Not only these seasonal dishes are healthy and delicious to taste, but the end dishes looks like an artwork.

Japanese dishes are very simple

The main course in a Japanese meal includes just a few small items that are fresh and have simple flavors. The chefs make sure that the ingredients maintain a particular taste and flavor and they keep the taste as simple as possible.

Garlic, chili peppers, and oil are used less frequently

Most of the Japanese cuisines are seared, boiled or eaten raw are seasoned. A popular dish named ’Umami’ includes just a few ingredients like miso, soy sauce, mushrooms, seaweed, bonito flakes, while fried foods like ‘Tempura’ is made with a thin batter so that it absorbs a minimum quantity of oil.