Saké Nomi Dinner

Monday, July 15 • 7pm

$150/person plus service charge and tax

 

Join us along with Saké Nomi owners Johnnie and Taiko, as they share their passion for premium saké, and introduce us to the romance and traditions of the saké brewing craft, all paired with a 5-course dinner by Executive Chef Kirin Chun.

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APPETIZER TRIO

-King Salmon Nigiri & Summer Truffle

-Chips and Caviar

-Wagyu and Heirloom Tomato Tartare

Saké: Daishichi Yukishibori Honjozo (sparkling nigori)

 

COURSE 1

-Beet and Spanish Octopus Carpaccio

Saké: Suigei Koiku No. 54 Junmai Ginjo

 

COURSE 2

-Lobster Agnolotti and Uni

Saké: Wataribune “55” Junmai Ginjo

 

COURSE 3

-Dry aged Pork Tonkatsu & Congee

Saké: Mana 1751 “True Vision” Tokubetsu Junmai

 

COURSE 4

-Mishima Wagyu Striploin, Satsuma Potato Salad

Saké: Shiokawa Cowboy Yamahai Junmai Ginjo

 

DESSERT

Green Tea Tiramisu

Saké: Sawanotsuru Koshu Jikomi Umeshu (aged plum saké)

 

Saké (pronounced “sa-kay”): an alcoholic beverage brewed using water, rice, and koji mold as its main ingredients.

Nomi (pronounced “noh-mee): Japanese word meaning “only.” When paired with the word saké it also means “one who likes to drink.”

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