Fumio Steak and Sushi: A New Hot Spot for Kosher Cuisine


Livingston, New Jersey (February 5, 2009) –

Fusion is fashionable when it comes to food. And for a fun, upscale dining experience, patrons in Central New Jersey can look no further than Fumio Steak and Sushi. Not only does this fine dining establishment focus on upscale culinary cuisine classics, it is one of the rare and few gems in this region to feature a completely Kosher menu that does not discriminate when it comes to taste. The food is so delicious, you simply won't believe you're eating Kosher.

“At Fumio we focus on creating just the right atmosphere to complement our carefully selected menu options. Our goal is to provide an escape for our customers that is equally as relaxing as it is delicious,” said Fumio’s Ben Paniri, owner of the restaurant. “We offer daily specials to reflect the change in taste that seasons bring. And our year round menu offers a wide selection of steak and sushi favorites, satisfying a diverse and broad range of palettes,” he continued.

Starting the night off right, diners at Fumio can dive head first into a martini overflowing with ceviche. If you'd rather travel by land instead of sea, then opt for the beef sliders or beef negamaki to whet your evening palette. For sushi lovers, Fumio takes the cake – cup cake, that is. This tasty “Cup Cake” treat is a delicious sushi starter, composed of salmon, white fish, and tuna, all brought together in a delicious marriage with the chef's special signature sauce. For salads, take a trip on the SS avocado boat, one half avocado which is then topped with tuna tartar, or enjoy the perks of sushi sans rice with the seafood salad, a delicious combination of tuna, salmon, and yellowtail served with cucumber, masago, and wasabi.

But dinner at Fumio doesn't have to stay strictly sushi. To satisfy the carnivore that lives inside, Fumio also offers cooked to perfection favorites like short ribs, glazed in a tamarind bbq sauce; bone in rib steak, served with pomme frites and homemade piquant ketchup; or filet au poivre, glazed with a bechemel bearnaise sauce. Lest us not forget to save room for deserts like flour-less chocolate espresso cake, or banana tempura served with peanut brittle ice cream.

Not only is Fumio gracing the region as an upscale dining alternative for Kosher eating, it also offers catering services for meetings, events, and corporate functions. Fumio does accept walk-ins, but reservations are highly recommended and can made by calling (973) 740-8595 or by visiting the following page http://www.fumiosteakandsushi.com/id4.html. For the winter, Fumio is open Monday - Thursday from 12 pm – 9:30 pm, Sunday from 1 – 9:30, remains closed in observance of Shabbat on Fridays, and opens 1 ½ hours after sundown on Saturdays. During warm summer months, Fumio stays open 7 days a week. So whichever direction your taste may take you in, one thing guaranteed is that Fumio Kosher eatery aims to please.

About Fumio Steak and Sushi
Fumio first opened it's doors one year ago, in February, 2008. The owner, Ben Paniri, spent the earlier part of his life working in the textile fashion industry, calling places like Israel and New York City home. This month, Fumio celebrates it's one year anniversary and is offering an array of specials and promotions. For prices at Fumio, ppetizers range from $14 - $18 while entrees can go anywhere from $25 to $48. For more information, visit www.FumioSteakAndSushi.com or call (973) 740-8595. Fumio Steak and Sushi is located at 21 East Northfield Road in Livingston, New Jersey.
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