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Japanese food

  1. 1. We are now introducing how to order a Japanese food in a restaurant. <br />Smart English Group<br />
  2. 2. Waiter : Are you ready to order now, madam ?<br />Guest 1 :Mmm. Not really. Could you help us a little with the <br /> menu. There are lots of the dishes we don’t know.<br />
  3. 3. Waiter : Certainly, madam.<br />Guest 1 : What’s sushi?<br />Waiter : Sushi (壽司) are bite-size rice and seafood delicacies <br /> wrapped in seaweed. They have a delicate, salty taste.<br />
  4. 4. Guest 1 : Interesting . What about teppanyaki. What’s in that ?<br />Waiter : Ah, teppanyaki (鐵板燒) is very different. Teppanyaki <br /> is grilled slices of beef. Very tender.<br />
  5. 5. Guest 1 : That sounds nice. And shabu shabu? That<br /> sounds strange.<br />Waiter : Shabu Shabu is the Japanese equivalent of a <br /> Singaporean “steamboat”.<br />Guest 1 : I’ve never heard of that either!<br />
  6. 6. Waiter : Well, shabu shabu is like a fondu (涮牛肉) where you <br />dip your own steak into boiling stock with chopsticks.<br />Guest 2 : Sounds dangerous to me!<br />Waiter : Mmm. Maybe.<br />
  7. 7. Guest 1 : What is sashimi?<br />Waiter : Ah, sashimi (刺身) is very simple and delicious. Sashimi is slices <br /> of raw fish fillet that are so tender they melt in your mouth.<br />Guest 2 : Raw fish? I ‘d like to try that.<br />
  8. 8. Guest 1 : And sukiyaki (壽喜燒),what’s that?<br />Waiter : Er, sukiyaki is quick fried beef strips and vegetables. <br /> Traditionally, before you eat the pieces of beef, you dip <br /> them in raw egg.<br />
  9. 9. Guest 3 : I’m getting hungry!<br />Guest 1 : Hang on a minute – <br /> one last thing. <br /> What’s tempura?<br />Waiter : Well, tempura (天婦羅)<br />is one of our most <br /> popular dishes with <br /> western visitors. First, <br /> we take seafood<br /> straight from the sea.<br /> Then we dip it in a very<br /> light batter. Finally we <br /> fry it very quickly at a <br /> very high temperature <br /> so that we don’t lose <br /> the taste of the <br /> seafood. Everybody <br /> loves tempura.<br />Guest 3 : Well, you’ve told me.<br /> I‘ll take the tempura….<br />

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