Ginza Onodera Introduces Rare Sake Dinner Series with World Sake Imports
by Newsdesk - Friday September 8, 2017 3:09 pm
On 19th October, premium Japanese restaurant Ginza Onodera will host the first in a series of exclusive five-course dinners in collaboration with World Sake Imports, perfectly pairing a curated range of signature dishes with a bold selection of rare premium sakes.
A collaboration between Ginza Onodera’s Head Chef, Ryosuke Kishi, Head Sommelier Angelo Lorea and leading sake brewery Yoshida Shuzo-ten, the bespoke menu will feature trademark teppan-yaki and robata dishes and signature sushi all carefully paired with interesting and rare Tedorigawa sakes. The menu includes the highly acclaimed Tsuyusanzen Nama Daiginjo, of which there are just 24 bottles imported to London a year.
The dinner will celebrate the start of the traditional sake making season, and allow diners to sample small batch sakes rarely seen in London. Premium sakes will include a selection of Tedorigawa sakes, made to the traditional Yamahai method, over a two weeks period in order to obtain a deep, premium flavour.
Each course will be introduced by Head Sommelier Angelo Lorea and World Sake Imports Managing Director Asami Tasaka, to highlight key tasting notes.
Ginza Onodera London
15 Bury St, St. James's, London SW1Y 6AL
Sake Dinner Menu – 19th October 2017
Salmon tataki with umemizore sauce, seasonal herbs and pickled myoga
Iki Na Onna, Daiginjo (100ml)
Rich marbled tuna with truffles marinated in nikiri soy sauce, scallops with myoga and truffle oil, yellowtail with tororo konbu, tuna with kinpun, prawn with caviar
Tedorigawa Yamahai Daiginjo (100ml)
Black cod Saikyo yaki
Tsuyusansen Nama Sake Daiginjo (100ml)
Black Angus sirloin (150g)
Tedorigawa Yamahai Junmai, served warm and at room temperature (2 x 50ml)
Diners will have the opportunity to purchase the sampled sakes by the bottle on the night at a discounted price. Ginza Onodera will also be offering a limited number of bottles of Tsuyusanzen Nama Daiginjo to a silent auction, giving diners the opportunity to bid for one of the remaining bottles available in London.
The dinner is priced at £120.00 per person, which includes five courses, four sakes and green tea to finish. Tickets are limited and available to book over the phone - 020 7839 1101. The second dinner in the series will take place in February 2018.