Healthy Eating At Sakanaya, Fish Market By Ryoshi

December 04, 2017

Healthy Eating at Sakanaya, Fish Market by Ryoshi

Healthy eating is more than just a popular trend and Bali’s number one Japanese go-to knows this well. Serving healthy, delicious and fresh Japanese favourites for more than 20 years now, Ryoshi Bali, the island’s first ever Japanese restaurant and House of Jazz is a powerful advocate for healthy and organic produce which extends to its meat, dairy, fruit and vegetable products that are used in all of its restaurants namely Ryoshi, Sakanaya, Ramen Boy, La Mien and Nikuya.

Just like Ryoshi, Sakanaya, also known as Fish Market by Ryoshi, is proud to be a health-conscious establishment. Offering fresh produce from the ocean, Sakanaya presents its new Non-GMO Soybean Japanese Style Tofu and Tempeh that are great options for vegans; choose from 3 different types namely Silken Tofu/Kinugoshi Dofu, Semi-Hard Tofu/Saga Dofu and Hard Tofu/Momen Dofu. Tofu is a great source of protein containing all eight essential amino acids. It is an excellent source of iron, calcium and minerals such as magnesium, copper, zinc and vitamin B1. Sakanaya also uses the best Non-GMO Soybean for its Tempeh products that are processed in a clean and hygienic way with no preservatives, artificial colouring or flavouring.

In its relentless pursuit and drive to promote healthy eating and healthy living, Ryoshi, Sakanaya, Nikuya, La Mien and Ramen Boy will continue to offer tantalizing dishes that are affordable, sustainable, delicious and best of all, healthy, while giving diners great value for their money.

 

Sakanaya (Fish Market by Ryoshi)

Jl. Sunset Road No.77 x Seminyak Bali

Ph: +62 361 847 5950 | ryoshibali.com


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