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Japanese food gets a new twist in China's capital

By Li Yingxue | China Daily | Updated: 2018-08-10 07:26

Tianjin's jianbing guozi is a traditional snack that involves using a pancake to wrap fried-dough sticks dipped in a sauce, but Gu Yansheng has now given it a Japanese twist.

In his version, Gu uses a thin piece of wagyu beef grilled for 10 seconds, shallots, mashed radishes and a special sauce.

Gu used to work for the Japanese restaurant Sushi Yotsuba in Beijing, but now he is the manager of its new branch Manyo in the Beihai area of the capital.

Japanese food gets a new twist in China's capital

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