Sushis are a favorite among the Japanese. It is vinegar rice topped with ingredients such as fish. There are various kinds of Sushis including Nigirizushi, Makizushi or Makimono, Oshizushi, Inarizushi, Sukeroku, Chirashizushi, Narezushi and the Western sushi. They are either combined with hand-formed clamps of rice or rolled inside or around dried and pressed layer sheets of seaweed called Nori. Sometimes the toppings are stuffed into a small pouch made of fried tofu or served scattered over rice. Irrespective of how they are served, they are delicious to the core!
The Steam Boat, commonly called the Hot Pot, refers to several East Asian varieties of stew. The most exciting thing about the Steam Boat is that the food is cooked right at your table. There is a steaming pot in the centre of your table which is kept simmering and the ingredients are added to the pot to cook. Some Steam Boat dishes include thinly sliced meat, leafy vegetables, mushrooms, wontons, egg dumplings, and seafood. The food is normally eaten with a dipping sauce. Steam Boat meals are more popularly eaten in the winter in China. So with the Steam Boat, you can cook, eat and enjoy, all at the same time!