My friend's celebrating her 50th birthday at a Japanese sushi restaurant. I've looked at the menu online and it's mostly sushi/fishy type things, as expected.
The problem is that I loathe fish. This she knows, and she's assured me there are non-fish choices. Unfortunately I also find cold rice or noodles unpalatable, and really don't enjoy "seaweedy" type flavours. I think that rules out the veggie or vegan sushi options. I'm lost.
Are Japanese stir fry rice or noodle dishes served hot? I could go for a veggie stir fry if so, as they're on the menu.
noodle dishes are often hot when stir fried and are amazing if done well. sukiyaki warm noodle dish with added veg usually beef or other meets cooked in broth yokisaba is japenese stir fried noodles mizutake it a warm hot pot dish just ask them if they are good restaurant ive found they love to let you know the best dishes. well done for going come back and tell us what you had eh
I will do. It's not for a few weeks, but I needed to tell her now if I was going to go or not. Hubby's relieved too - he's a fish lover but he's never had sushi, so I think he's pleased there will be other options if he decides against trying it. Thank you everyone, I can now look forward to it rather than dreading it xx
Solved. The OH and I are going to eat at home before we go, then just have a few drinks with her to celebrate her birthday. Best of both worlds!! Pity they changed the menu but hey ho, at least I double checked and we won't put anyone on the spot in the restaurant. Even better, OH is driving so I can have a glass of wine!
Classter - That may be the case here, although they DID have hot noodle dishes on the menu a couple of months ago. I'll be intrigued as to how it works, as I've never been to a Japanese restaurant before. They're not thick on the ground in rural Scotland...