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'The tempura has such a uniquely light and crispy feel to it — let alone its flavor — and the nigiri sushi is made after it’s ordered from the table, and guests can see and taste the quality of everything from the rice to the fish. These go so well with crab as to make everything more worthwhile, as guests get a chance to enjoy Japanese cooking’s tradition of excellence.'
What does the 'These go so well with crab as to make everything more worthwhile' mean?
Does it mean 'These go very well with crab to make everything more worthwhile'?
Also, I am not sure what 'these' and 'everything' refer to in that sentence.
I assume 'these' refers to tempura and suchi, and 'everything' means overall taste, in which case the sentence would mean crab, tempura, and suchi should be eaten together to get the most delicious combination.
Is that right?
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