Learn how to make entries for Japanese restaurants

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In Japanese restaurants, sushi and sashimi are the main dishes and the most know. But the entries are also important. Preparing these dishes is not hard, but it’s important to be careful while preparing them and to make a good presentation of the plate, because the visual part it’s an essential point in the Gastronomy area. For a creative restaurant website design.


Read below some ideas that can be included on your Japanese restaurant.


That’s a classical entry in the Japanese gastronomy and easy to be made.


3 cucumbers

300 ml of rice vinegar

250 g sugar

1 teaspoon of salt

Black sesame seed


  1. Wash the cucumbers
  2. Cut the cucumber into thin slices with a sharp knife or a vegetable slicer
  3. Do not use the cucumber tips
  4. To dehydrate the cucumber, place in a colander, the slices with salt for 30 minutes
  5. Wash in running tap water to remove excess salt
  6. In a saucepan, place sugar and vinegar
  7. Bring to low heat to boil
  8. Remove from heat and allow to cool


Many people thing ceviche is only present in the Peruvian Gastronomy, but it’s also part of the Japanese food and it’s very delicious.


300 g of red onion

Chopped pepper to taste

1 kg of sole (or other fish)

18 lemons


How to do it:

  1. Place the fresh fish in a deep dish fit for ceviche
  2. In this dish, take the fish with the onion cut into julienne format
  3. Season with a handful of salt, mix by hand, add the chopped pepper, add the juice of 18 lemons squeezed and the ceviche is ready
  4. To decorate the plate, one can use corn, sweet potato and lettuce leaves

Japanese food is very well prepared and it’s like an art you make the plates. When you have everything ready, take some photos, publish them on your restaurant’s website. Or include them in the online menu, so the users can have an idea of which dishes there are in the restaurant.

2018-01-24T15:11:47-05:00 April 22nd, 2016|Recipes, Tips, Tutorials (how to)|

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