A Japanese Dinner



By T. V. Antony Raj



My son Subas, his friend Joe and Joe’s wife Annie took my wife and me to a Japanese steak, seafood and sushi restaurant named Sakura in Ellicott City, Maryland. At first, my wife and I were a bit reluctant to go to a Japanese restaurant since we had never tasted Japanese food in our life.

The atmosphere was very congenial, and we liked it. Subas and Joe went through the menu card and ordered a variety of dishes.

The brisk and cheerful Japanese chef prepared the main course then and there in front of us.

Since I am not familiar with Japanese cuisine, I am sorry for not being able to recall the names of the food that we ate. But the food though unfamiliar to us was very tasty and we enjoyed the evening munching.



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