Ciscoe’s in Norwich launches Japanese barbecue menu

A Norwich cafe has invested in expert package to extend its menu and start a Japanese barbecue array.

Ciscoe’s Pan Asian and Sushi, on Ber Avenue, has bought a professional ceramic Japanese barbecue and binchotan charcoal, Japanese white charcoal which is well-liked for its extensive cooking time, small smoke and constant temperature.





The Japanese barbecue, newly launched at Ciscoe’s sushi cafe. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

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It is now at first working its barbecue evenings on Thursdays and Sundays, with dishes which includes rib-eye steak, chicken yakitori and grilled squid.

Ali Zandi, the restaurant’s proprietor, claimed they had expanded the menu to include things like Japanese barbecue to provide some thing distinct in Norwich, as very well as to cater to buyers who may perhaps not be as keen on sushi.


Ali Zandi, owner, cooking on the Japanese barbecue, newly launched at Ciscoe's sushi restaurant. Pic


Ali Zandi, owner, cooking on the Japanese barbecue, recently launched at Ciscoe’s sushi restaurant. Image: DENISE BRADLEY

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“It can be healthy, it’s delicious and when people sit down and smell it they will want to know what it is,” he claimed. “I discover operating with fireplace pretty comforting.”


The Japanese barbecue, newly launched at Ciscoe's sushi restaurant. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY


The Japanese barbecue, freshly launched at Ciscoe’s sushi restaurant. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

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Japanese barbecue, which is also regarded as yakiniku, frequently refers to chunk-sized items of meat or fish cooked about charcoal, then dipped into sauces and seasonings.

Ciscoe’s is at the moment open up for takeaways, but is totally reopening from Thursday, May 20.


Chicken yakitori and salmon yakitori with grilled asparagus, aubergine, and courgette, cooked on the


Rooster yakitori and salmon yakitori with grilled asparagus, aubergine, and courgette, cooked on the Japanese barbecue freshly launched at Ciscoe’s sushi cafe. Photo: DENISE BRADLEY

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