Soy sauce dishes are a staple at Asian restaurants and Japanese homes and have become a valuable addition to the overall décor and atmosphere of any establishment. Available with intricate designs or simple plain colors, each soy sauce dish has a uniquely delicate aspect to it. Most home kitchens require simple white spoons that will match any type of dinnerware. Restaurants should consider the ambiance that they wish to accomplish. If your restaurant is a contemporary twist on a traditional restaurant, a dining set of ornate metallic pieces may perfectly compliment the experience. If your restaurant is already elaborately decorated, a plain white choice may work best.
Small round, square and rectangular soy sauce dish models are all available, as well as divided options for presenting different sauces. The dish gives guests a place to keep chopsticks, since chopstick rests are commonly unrealistic for fast-paced operations in terms of storage and washing. Soy sauce dishes can also be used for presenting wasabi, ginger and petite appetizers. Or you can use it to hold hot oils, mustards or duck sauce for dipping egg rolls, dumplings or won tons.
Asian cuisine has many unique ingredients, but among them soy sauce is one of the most wide spread. While it is an ingredient found in a wide variety of soups, stir fries and noodle dishes, in Japanese cuisine it is often presented by itself in a dish for dipping sushi or sashimi. Soy sauce dishes not only keep the condiment separated from the other ingredients, but they also complete the experience of eating sushi, sashimi or other small dipping items.