When it comes to flavour, there's no doubt Martin Benn is a chef who knows his stuff. His restaurant, Sepia focuses on seafood, and reflects his training in French cooking as well as a Japanese influence following his years with Tetsuya.
"Kikkoman Soy Sauce is naturally brewed and brings taste to whatever you're cooking,” Martin says. "Many other soy sauce brands are chemically enhanced to give the flavour, which leads to unbalanced and dominating flavours. Kikkoman Soy Sauce also has a depth of colour that complements the richness of soups and stocks.”
Martin also uses Kikkoman Soy Sauce in his cooking as a replacement for salt. "It's like using a liquid seasoning so you don't have the granulated texture so you are able to balance a dish much more easily.”