Friday, December 2, 2016

Lunch Bento Box is always a deal.



This is our Lunch A, we don't have B or C.
This A is designed for Japanese people. They come daily and order this A.
I made this yesterday.
Minestorone, Italian tomato and vegetables soup, Sardine fish ball tempura, Steamed vegetables and hijiki seaweed rice.
Side dishes are potato salad, braised daikon radish, pan fried gobo roots and hijiki salad.
It is well balanced meat and fish and vegetables. $9.00 is really a good deal. The quantity is limited.

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Healthy Body Soup, our long seller



I call it, Healthy Body Soup. OX tail spicy vegetables soup. It is light but tasty,
Ox tail has a lot of collagen, good for your skin. This is natural Botox. 
Garlic, ginger, tomato, onion, green onion, daikon radish are in it.
People order even it is not on the menu. They know it so good.

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Best of Taka



Best of Taka, 4 appetizers combo.
I made Hamachi Tiradito, Stone crab, live scallop and Fresh oyster last night.
It changes daily.

Sashimi is important.


Got Sashimi? Take live enzyme, it is very important. Fresh vegetables and fresh fish have it.

Monday, November 28, 2016

Salmon and avocado tartar



Just created a new special, salmon and avocado tartar.
Salmon was mixed with chopped olive and caper. 

Sunday, November 27, 2016

Soft Shell Crab Salad, this is really good!


Organic green salad with soft shell crab tempura, spicy mayo, ponzu and some garnishes.
This salad is really good.
But not many people order yet.
Crispy soft shell crab and soft green salad, warm food and cold food combination are really good. Must try!

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Sea cucumber, Winter dish is coming next week.


Have you had sea cucumber? It is very strange creature. One of good things is it is good for your body. Great nutrition and live vitamins and minerals.
It is coming next weekend.

Cancer Prevention Potential

Eating sea cucumber may help prevent the growth and spread of cancer cells. This is because sea cucumbers contain high amounts of compounds known as triterpene glycosides, which have antitumor activity. According to a study by Chinese scientists published in August 2005 in “Cancer Biology & Therapy,” sea cucumbers also contain a compound known as philinopside E, or PE. PE inhibits the formation of blood vessels that supply nutrients to tumors. This suppresses the growth and proliferation of such tumors in your body.

Anticoagulant Activity

Blood clotting helps prevent excessive bleeding when you are injured. However, clots can also form inside your blood vessels even when you have no obvious physical injury. This can lead to potentially fatal conditions such as pulmonary embolism - - where the blood clots accumulate in lungs - - and restrict the flow of blood. Sea cucumbers contain a compound known as chondroitin sulfate. A study by Brazilian scientists published in September 1996 in the “Journal of Biological Chemistry” found that chondroitin sulfate has anticoagulant activity.

Anti-Inflammatory Activity

Sea cucumbers have potent anti-inflammatory effects, which may help alleviate pain in patients with conditions such as arthritis. A study by Malaysian scientists that was published in October 2011 in “Marine Drugs” found that sea cucumber supplements reduced inflammation in both male and female rats. This sea animal contains compounds such as mucopolysaccharides, chondroitin and glucosamine, which can help relieve arthritis disorders. Such compounds help in the regulation of the balance of certain lipids known as prostaglandins. Patients with rheumatoid arthritis usually have high concentrations of certain prostaglandins, according to a study published in 2008 in the “American College of Rheumatology.”

Wound Healing

Eating sea cucumber or its extracts may have therapeutic effects such as speeding up wound healing. It does so by facilitating the formation of new tissues within a short time -- a property that is believed to stem from the ability of a sea cucumber to regenerate its own body tissues quickly when it is injured. According to the October 2011 "Marine Drugs" study, this is believed to be facilitated by certain fatty acids, such as arachidonic acid, present in sea cucumber.

This information is from SF data .com