Did you maybe mean tatami?
- Japanese (Wiktionary)
“Moku's specialty dishes are a grab bag of Japanese preparations such as tataki, Japanese omelet, and teriyaki pork neck, and Korean plates like tofu with kimchi and dukbokki (rice cakes in chile sauce).”
“Laraine was in the middle of telling me something when our yummy looking spicy tataki rolls arrived.”
“The beef tataki, a Japanese version of carpaccio, and the albacore tuna tataki are especially tasty and the ponzu dressing is spicy enough to bring out the best of both.”
“Mr. Giannuzzi uses the produce inventively, such as a tuna tataki marinated in chamomile flowers with fresh pea cream.”
“Despite finding it a little expensive as well (we Midtown Lunchers are a cheap bunch!) she really enjoyed all the food (except, ironically enough, the beef tataki.)”
“My final dish was the beef tataki, and it, too, was wonderful.”
“The moment the first bit of the washu beef tataki hit my tongue, I swooned.”
“I'm in clined to agree, but it was the hospitable service that makes me want to go back well, actually it's the list of menu items I still haven't tried ... and the washu beef tataki ... that makes me want to go back.”
“In the case of the tataki, it included crisp Asian pear and ponzu dressing.”
“He seemed genuinely interested in knowing whether or not we had enjoyed our meal so we told him that yes, we did, but we'd love to see a few more Japanese tapas like items on the menu...like an assortment of Japanese pickles (tsukemono no moriyawase) or kastuo no tataki (seared bonito).”
Looking for tweets for tataki.