Just wondering if most people prefer to eat fish not cooked through. Lately I've been to 3 different restaurants (non-Japanese) where the waiter says that the chef suggests that the salmon, swordfish or halibut steak be served rare.
You spent good money on that steak; make sure you get the most flavor and best chew out of it.
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