The Vegetarian Boom Is Gaining Japan! A Japanese Bistro in Akasaka, Tokyo, Which Uses Fake Meat!
The vegetarian boom that is going on in the West is finally starting to catch up in Japan. At a Japanese bistro in Akasaka, Tokyo, called "Nihonnsyunisuruka", they started serving fake meat.
You don't have to be vegan or vegetarian to appreciate this fake meat trend. In Japan, soybeans are used to make fake meat and the resemblance is so striking you might even confuse the two. Because of its high nutritional value and its low calorie content, it is a very popular product!
The Fake Meat Menu
The fake meat burger is made with soybeans and fresh vegetables. The sauce they use is made with soy milk and honey. The buns are made without any eggs, but you can change for regular buns as well.
For health or weight reasons, you'll be very happy to try these delicious vegetarian and vegan-friendly dishes!
About The Bistro
They are renown for their fresh and seasonal ingredients and for their extensive variety of Japanese sake and wine from all over the world.
The bistro has a stylish and comfortable interior where you can spend some time with friends. They also have private rooms with karaoke!
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- Lili Wanderlust
- I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.