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Healthy Dining Out: Choosing Seafood Options from the Teppanyaki Grill

If you’re like many Americans, you may be very conscious about the food you eat. Just because you’re watching your waistline doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a meal out at your local Japanese steakhouse. Japanese food has many healthful ingredients and is full of lean proteins and fresh vegetables. The next time you dine out in Silicon Valley, visit a Japanese steakhouse for menu options that will please everyone. Keep reading to learn more about healthy seafood options from a teppanyaki grill.

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Salmon

  • When you sit down at a teppanyaki restaurant for dinner, you might have a hard time choosing from all of the delicious options! Salmon is one of the healthiest types of fish, as it contains high amounts of omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3s are anti-inflammatory and can even improve brain function. These fatty acids have also been linked to a decreased risk of certain types of cancer, so you can feel good knowing you’re having a meal that’s great for your taste buds and your health!

Scallops

  • Scallops can be an acquired taste, but for seafood lovers, there are few things as satisfying as a perfectly-cooked scallop. Your teppanyaki chef is an expert at handling this mollusk, so go ahead and place your order! Scallops are more than 80% protein, which is important for building strong muscles and bones. Even the most health-conscious diners can appreciate that number. Have your scallops as the main feature of your teppanyaki meal, or get them with prawns for a little variety on your plate.

Tuna

  • Like salmon, tuna has a high omega-3 content. In addition to decreasing the risk of certain cancers and improving brain function, these essential fatty acids can have a positive impact on cholesterol levels. Lowering your cholesterol level can decrease your risk of high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease.

It’s easy to order a healthy dinner when you dine out at House of Genji. Our teppanyaki chefs will dazzle you with their knife skills and their culinary abilities. Call us at (650) 209-6958 to make a reservation!

What Exactly Is Teppanyaki?

You may have heard of teppanyaki before at a Japanese restaurant, but do you know what exactly it is? Teppanyaki is a traditional Japanese way of preparing foods. The word translates literally to “grilling on an iron plate,” which is what you’ll see when you visit your favorite San Jose Japanese steakhouse. A teppanyaki chef will prepare meat, poultry, seafood, and vegetables on the grill right before your eyes. These ingredients are often combined with rice or noodles for a well rounded meal. Teppanyaki chefs are masters of their art, displaying impressive chopping skills and exciting tricks with fire on the grill itself.

We have the best Chefs!

In the mood for dinner and a show? You’ll find both under one roof at House of Genji. We have been serving up delicious and healthy Japanese cuisine in Silicon Valley since 1971. Give us a call at (408) 453-8120 to make a reservation and to inquire about having your next birthday party with us!

The Basics of Sushi Etiquette

Sushi has become one of the most popular types of Japanese food in recent years because it is delicious, healthy, and fun to eat! Watch this video to learn about the basics of sushi etiquette.

At a Japanese restaurant, you and your dining companions may choose to order sake. It is customary to pour for others and not yourself. You should also have a small dish in which you can pour soy sauce. Many people like to add a bit of wasabi to the soy sauce and stir it around so that there is a little bit of heat in every bite.

The most important rule of sushi etiquette is to have fun! At House of Genji, we serve a variety of sushi and sashimi to please novice and expert sushi-eaters alike. Call us at (408) 453-8120 to learn more about our menu.

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