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simply questioning if its a japanaese phrase or not. i eat there many occasions and love the [email protected]
is there a purpose that its named sarku? was the proprietor who made it even japanese?
I do not assume sarku is a Japanese phrase.Supply(s): a local Japanese
I do not assume Sarku Japan is owned/named by Japanese.
It isn’t a authenticJapanese phrases/meals.
There is no Japanese phrase as “sarku” but it surely’s nearer to the phrase “saku” which suggests a harvest or to bloom.
Searched by Yahoo “sark teriyaki”, then discovered the restaurant in Richmond. The Japanese man typically go there and eat Teriyaki, however the folks working there usually are not Japanese, however tastes okay in keeping with him.
In Japan no restaurant with such title is discovered.