Kabuki: A Must Visit Restaurant

Hello! So this is my first official post and I’m still experimenting with this, so bear with me. This post will be mainly about me reviewing/recommending Kabuki, which is a Japanese restaurant. So, if you’re not into sushi and Japanese food, this post may not be for you. I am the type of person that will always try new foods and new restaurants. If you are like this as well and are looking to try Japanese food, I would 10/10 recommend Kabuki. However, Kabuki also has dishes like chicken and rice with salad, for people who aren’t as interested in eating raw fish, like my brother. My family and I love going to this restaurant; not only because they have great food, but it’s also a nice restaurant for us to talk about our day and relax. There is a bar where they play sports games, which is fun for my dad and brother. I also really enjoy going to Kabuki with friends, because it’s always fun to have a heart to heart conversation while eating great food. Kabuki has so many options to choose from, which is really fun for people who like trying new things, because you can try something new each time you go.

So I have tried a majority of the dishes on the menu because I go there a lot. One of the dishes I would definitely recommend is the Seafood Hibachi. It contains so many different kinds of seafood, such as clams, shrimp, mussels, scallops, and rice. When you order it, they bring you a hot skillet full of the ingredients, while it’s still steaming and sizzling. The dish lets you try a variety of foods without having to order a lot. It’s also great to share, seeing as it is very big.

Another one of my all time favorite things to get at the restaurant is mochi. Mochi is a Japanese rice cake that they freeze and fill with ice cream.

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coffee mochi: taken on my iPhone

They have a variety of flavors, like mango, green tea, and coffee. If you get one order, they bring you a plate of two, each cut in half. The plate is also drizzled in chocolate sauce and berries. My sister and I love sharing them and making cool designs with the sauce.

Food is a great way to bond with people, especially when the food you’re is eating amazing. I believe that family is very important and “family time” should be valued. It may not seem like it, but my family is very important to me. Just like Antigone, in the play “Antigone” by Sophocles. She values her brother and father more than anything in her life, just like everyone should feel about their families. What better was to show someone you love them other than giving them good food? Kabuki is definitely a place that you can take your family to have a great night out. It will not disappoint.

“This magical, marvelous food on our plate, this sustenance we absorb, has a story to tell. It has a journey. It leaves a footprint. It leaves a legacy. To eat with reckless abandon, without conscience, without knowledge; folks, this ain’t normal.” – Joel Salatin

– E 🙂

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