What is Ponzu Sauce?

Ponzu sauce is a common sight in Japanese cooking, coming in the form of a dressing or marinade that is closely related to the more common soy sauce. It is often made by combining simple soy sauce with ingredients that may include dried fish flakes, mirin rice wine, and an Asian citrus fruit known as yuzu. The final product is a flavorful, complex taste sensation with a delightful citrus tang.

You can find ponzu sauce on many of the dishes at our Japanese restaurant in Bellevue, including our New York steak tataki, our panko crusted soft shell crab tempura, and our crispy salmon dish. Try it out for yourself tonight!