A Norwich restaurant has invested in specialist package to expand its menu and start a Japanese barbecue selection.
Ciscoe’s Pan Asian and Sushi, on Ber Avenue, has purchased a expert ceramic Japanese barbecue and binchotan charcoal, Japanese white charcoal which is well known for its very long cooking time, minimal smoke and regular temperature.
It is now at first functioning its barbecue evenings on Thursdays and Sundays, with dishes together with rib-eye steak, chicken yakitori and grilled squid.
Ali Zandi, the restaurant’s owner, reported they experienced expanded the menu to involve Japanese barbecue to give a thing distinct in Norwich, as very well as to cater to consumers who could not be as eager on sushi.
“It really is balanced, it really is tasty and when people today sit down and smell it they will want to know what it is,” he explained. “I obtain functioning with fireplace really soothing.”
Japanese barbecue, which is also identified as yakiniku, often refers to bite-sized pieces of meat or fish cooked in excess of charcoal, then dipped into sauces and seasonings.
Ciscoe’s is at this time open up for takeaways, but is totally reopening from Thursday, May 20.