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For most cooking and baking, regular ingredients are fine. There are a few items worth splurging on however. These include quality short gain sushi rice, hot or regular kadoya sesame oil, sushi rice vinegar, sriracha hot chili sauce, soy sauce gluten or gluten free, Mori-Nu tofu firm, and wasabi oil, wasabi paste, pickled ginger, and many more of dried goods. The difference in taste is remarkable.
DO YOU KNOW MOST OF OUR SAUCES ARE MADE IN HOUSE?
Ginger Miso Dressing (GF), Spicy Mayonnaise (GF), Sweet Chili Sauce(GF), Peanut Sauce(GF), Honey Wasabi Sauce(GF), and Unagi Sauce (eel).
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My first job at Kawabata Japanese Restaurant.
At the time, I just 16 years of age and in high school. My friend introduced me to Kawabata a Japanese Restaurant that was located on 2nd and Chestnut, in Old City. My first job was a bus boy, and dish washer part time. During my time on the job, i saw many amazing sushi chef and admired their work. Most of all their phenomenal knife skill. At that moment, I was inspired to become a sushi chef.
My dream come true
A year later, the owner, Mr. Hiro-san offered me a position as a Japanese Sous Chef. During that time, the head chefs Nobu-san trained me in the art of sushi, and how to select proper sushi rice, fish, and vegetable.
ABOUT Chef tu Truong
Sushi Sei Express
Sushi Sei Express
Located in Suburban Square Farmers Market, Sushi Sei is all about sushi, all the time. Daily fresh-made, made-to-order sushi and pre-order sushi party trays, have sushi heads smitten. Miso soup, seaweed salad, summer rolls, california roll, spicy shrimp tempura, double salmon, and dragon rolls are just the beginning. Craving for sushi, "What are you waiting for," C'mon Down.....