Are fried fish bones the new French fries?
Head-to-tail dining now includes eating fish spine. Tasting Table rounds up a list of New York restaurants that are serving up fried fish bones, described as tasting "crunchy and delicate as potato chips." Sushi restaurants in Japan have been in the habit of serving leftover fried fish bones at staff meals, which is how places like Williamsburg's new Fatty 'Cue, Tribeca's En Japanese Brasserie and Marc Forgione, and all three locations of Blue Ribbon Sushi picked up the idea. Eating fish bones in canned salmon is a pretty common practice, but would you eat a whole fried fish spine? I've never seen it served locally, so we might have to try it DIY...