MENU // Izakaya Japanese

IZAKAYA MENU

COMPLEMENTARY COCKTAIL
Umeshu Cooler // Umeshu (plum wine) is a Japanese liqueur that is made from unripe Ume fruit that is steeped in Shochu and sugar.

OTSUMAME // DRINKING FOOD
Eggplant & Miso dip
Senbai // Rice crackers
Edamame // Charred soy beans with black bean & orange
Tsukune // Chicken meatballs in yakitori sauce

IPPON // A DISH, A COURSE, A GEM, AN ARTICLE OF BEAUTY
Rafute // Okinawan braised Pork Belly
Onigiri // Tuna filled rice balls
Gyoza // Two types of pot-sticker dumplings – vegetable and chicken
Chūna Takaki // Seared tuna
Gyu Nigiri // Hand-pressed sesame rice topped with Miso-cured beef
Tempura // Popcorn prawns in a lemon dressing
Sunomono // Cucumber & wakame salad
Hiyayakko // Cold dressed tofu
Udon // Broth with noodles & vegetables

DEZĀTO // DESSERT
Imo yokan // sweet potato jelly
Nashi // Japanese pear poached in sake with lemon sorbet sauce and matcha cookie crumbs
Sencha // Japanese Green tea

EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT // Izakaya Japanese secret supper

Izakaya - March 2015
Izakaya, like a pubs, are casual drinking establishments that also serve a variety of small dishes such as robata (grilled food), yakitori, salads and other finger foods. They are probably the most popular restaurant type among the Japanese people, and many of them are found around train stations and shopping areas. Dining at izakaya tends to be informal, with dishes shared amongst the table rather than eaten individually. You had me at pub. 
You’ll receive a complementary cocktail on arrival, to enjoy while meeting & mingling with your fellow diners. Once seated we will be serving up a tapas-like Japanese feast! We may even throw in some complementary sake! An awful lot of sushi gets enjoyed in everyday life but we forget about the other delicious, umami filled cuisine, so let’s explore!

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