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Eating oysters with ponzu sauce

Eating out at a restaurant is always an enjoyable experience, but sometimes you find dishes that are even more special than you expected. That’s the case with Reika’s famous oysters, which have been carefully prepared with a unique mix of ponzu sauce and other ingredients – each one delivering a delicious combination of flavors.

Read on to discover why these oysters are more than just your everyday seafood dish.

Ponzu sauce is a Japanese citrus-based sauce that is traditionally made with soy sauce, rice vinegar, mirin, and citrus juice. It has a tangy, acidic flavor that pairs well with rich and fatty foods.

Oysters are a traditional seafood dish in Japan and they are often served with ponzu sauce. The briny flavor of the oysters pairs perfectly with the acidity of the ponzu sauce.

When preparing oysters with ponzu sauce, the oysters should first be shucked and cleaned. The ponzu sauce can then be poured over top. It can also be served on the side as a dipping sauce. The finished dish is typically garnished with green onions, seaweed flakes, or bonito flakes for added flavor. In our case, we top up with a little quail egg to balance the taste.

Eating oysters with ponzu sauce is a delicious way to enjoy fresh seafood. The combination of salty and tangy flavors helps to elevate the natural umami of the oysters and create a vibrant and flavorful dish.

Other oyster dishes
Other oyster dishes at Reika include the Grilled Oyster with Cheese and Oyster with Mentaiko. Both of them are a must-try, as it is a unique dish that combines the classic French/Japanese dish with fresh oysters, grilled to perfection. Both of them are memorable dishes for those who enjoys a perfect combination of savory and sweetness in a single bite.

Pair them with our choice of Sake or Sapporo beer, and you’re all set to taste other nice dishes at Reika!