A chef putting the finishing touches to sushi
Why You Should Never Wear Perfume To A Sushi Restaurant
In sushi restaurants, strong perfumes can interfere with delicate flavors. Refraining from wearing heavy scents when visiting ensures an enjoyable dining experience for all.
The presence of any aroma impacts human taste buds. Heavy perfumes can easily overpower or clash with subtle sushi flavors, creating a dissonance between the food and its taste.
Strong scents not only disrupt your senses, they can also affect your dining companions and may even lead to altered taste perceptions. The chef’s skills may also be compromised.
Wearing perfume to dinner can be done with consideration. Choose a subtle scent and limit application to a couple of sprays to avoid intruding on others' dining experiences.