Presentations are exceptionally attractive at Aroma Korea, even by sushi bar standards. Chirashi don, traditionally served as an assortment of sashimi casually strewn over sushi rice (chirashi means "scattered"), is here presented as six separate stoneware bowls in a bento box, each containing a different fish on its own small mound of rice, each with a different garnish.
Presentations are exceptionally attractive at Aroma Korea, even by sushi bar standards. Chirashi don, traditionally served as an assortment of sashimi casually strewn over sushi rice (chirashi means "scattered"), is here presented as six separate stoneware bowls in a bento box, each containing a different fish on its own small mound of rice, each with a different garnish. Juli Leonard jleonard@newsobserver.com
Presentations are exceptionally attractive at Aroma Korea, even by sushi bar standards. Chirashi don, traditionally served as an assortment of sashimi casually strewn over sushi rice (chirashi means "scattered"), is here presented as six separate stoneware bowls in a bento box, each containing a different fish on its own small mound of rice, each with a different garnish. Juli Leonard jleonard@newsobserver.com

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