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- n. Plural form of tempura.
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Plus there were plenty ofother choices when I went back to actually eat there, includinga Ketchup rice omelet, various tempuras, yakisoba and more.
The Sackler Gallery in DC has most of Wyeth's works and his small oil and tempuras on wood are quite stark and captivating in their other worldly solitude.
Ms. Cant notes another -- that those early Portuguese in Japan, frying up their vegetables and fish, referred to the food eaten during Lent by the archaic Portuguese word tempura or tempuras.
And these tempuras are best eaten with salt as accompaniment to prevent dampening the crunchy batter, although the standard tempura dipping sauce is also available.
The menu is broad and fairly priced, filled with standard gaijin-friendly fare, including the requisite array of teriyakis, tempuras and noodle dishes, as well as a bounty of raw seafood.
If you like tempuras then I think you will enjoy this dish.