Sushi Inc. is a Japanese food lover, even though we are sushi experts. This blog will feature some of our favorite dishes. Anyone in St. Petersburg looking for great sushi is welcome to visit us.
This list would not be complete without sushi. As we’ve said, great sushi (sushi or Shou Si Si, Qi) are an art form. Sushi is simply raw fish that has been vinegared, and then topped with toppings. Sushi bars offer a variety of rolls and types. Sushi Inc. is the place to go if you’re looking for some of St. Petersburg’s best sushi.
If you decide to visit Japan, you will be able to find ramen everywhere. This is a great thing to do. Ramen is a delicious noodle soup, which is very popular in Japan. It is also one of the most affordable food options available. We think this is a great combination. This is another great reason to visit Japan. You can try the various regional variations of this dish.
Tempura is a mixture of seafood and vegetables which are battered, then fried in oil. It looks like this is a Japanese food that’s been around for centuries. It’s not. Tempura is a Portuguese dish that Jesuit missionaries brought to Japan. They taught Japan the art of batter-frying.
Udon is a thick wheat flour noodle. Udon is chewier and a little thicker than Ramen. Many restaurants in Japan specialize in udon. In these restaurants, udon is served either hot or cold, with soups, other ingredients and meat, eggs and vegetables. This is one dish that requires loud slurping.
Shabu-shabu, or shiyabushiyabu (pronounced as “shabu-shabu”) is not only a delicious dish but it’s also fun to pronounce. This Japanese-style hotpot can be topped with meat, seafood, vegetables or other ingredients. Fun fact: the name onomatopoeia comes from the sound thin meat slices make when they are stirred into the broth using chopsticks.
Ookonomiyaki is a Japanese tradition. This is a mixture of a pizza, omelette, and pie. It is popular in Osaka, Hiroshima and throughout Japan. Some okonomiyaki eateries have large hotplates that let customers make their own okonomiyaki.
Tonkatsu is another dish with Western influences, similar to hambaga. Tonkatsu is a deep-fried pork cutlet. The dish is European in origin, but it has a uniquely Japanese taste thanks to the Japanese attention and fresh ingredients. It is often served with miso and cabbage. If you are visiting Kagoshima, then try the kurobuta.
It seems that every culture has its own version of meat on a stick. Japanese cuisine is not an exception. Yakitori is a skewered grilled chicken that has been seasoned with sauces and grilled over charcoal. Simple, delicious and enjoyed by everyone. Remember that any part of a chicken can be used to make yakitori. This dish is not suitable for those who don’t eat gizzards, skin, organs or other parts that are less popular.
This blog is intended to help you better understand Japanese food and inspire you to visit Japan. Sushi Inc., located in St. Petersburg, is the perfect place to enjoy delicious sushi and other Japanese delicacies if this isn’t possible.
https://sushiincorporated.com/ is a vibrant restaurant that offers what is considered the best sushi in St Pete. Opening its doors in 2013 and becoming a local staple by offering live music, traditional hand-rolled sushi and a friendly atmosphere, our guests always have a top notch experience. Customers love our award-winning, fresh and creative Sushi rolls, Nigiri, and Sashimi. With a larger selection of tempura, non-Sushi, and teriyaki options, we can accommodate every taste.