Vậy là còn rất tươi
nhà hàng nhật bản ở Toyokawa, món cá được bày trên đĩa, cá vẫn còn sống và ngoạm vào đũa :)
How weird (thật kì lạ) it would be to see your food coming alive (còn sống) on your plate (đĩa của bạn) at a restaurant (nhà hàng)? Sounds terrifying (kinh hãi)? But it happened at a restaurant in Japan and now, the incident (vụ việc) has gone viral on social media (again). A clip showing a fish at a restaurant coming alive and biting a customer’s chopstick (đũa) has resurfaced (nổi lên) on the Internet. It was originally (bản gốc) posted last year by an Instagram user, who shared their first experience of having a green eel (lươn) goby, aka warasubo, at a restaurant in Japan’s Toyokawa. The eel was served on a plate with a lemon slice (lát chanh) and some grass noodles (mỳ liền) and vegetables. In the video, as the customer proceeds to eat the dish with their chopsticks, the fish opens up its mouth and tries to bite the chopstick. The clip, now shared by a Twitter page, has been garnering (thu được) almost the same reaction (phản ứng) it did last year. “Fish served at restaurant bites chopstick,” read the caption (tiêu đề) on the Tweet.