A secret multi-course Japanese dinner with the feeling of a trip to Tokyo and where sounds and images blur the line between real and unreal.
Reach our secret location, sit at the same table with some perfect strangers and be ready for new flavours, emotions and conversations in an informal and relaxed environment.
Feel free to bring your own drinks and talk with anyone, after all, it's not a restaurant.
About the menu
The dinner will start with a watercress salad with sesame dressing. The creamy, sweet and nutty dressing is made by blending sesame seeds, rapeseed oil, rice vinegar, soy sauce and sugar.
The smokiness and umami of katsuobushi (bonito flakes) adds complexity to the dish.
The next course will be the square-shaped, incredibly silky and firm Sanuki udon served cold with an umami-rich dashi broth, citrus-marinated Scottish smoked mackerel and mixed seaweeds.
The dinner will then continue with what is probably the most appreciated of our dishes: Scottish salmon marinated 24 hours in our homemade saikyo-miso... read more at monographlondon.com
Watercress salad with sesame dressing
Cold udon noodles with smoked mackerel and mixed seaweeds
24H marinated saikyo-miso salmon
Japanese short-grain rice
Matcha dorayaki, chocolate mochi, aka daifuku
The event is BYO, feel free to bring your favourite drink.
We cater for most allergies and dietary requirements,
please let us know your requirements on the booking form.
The event starts at 7:00pm, with the dinner starting at 7:30pm.
We recommend arriving by 7:00pm to fully experience the event.
Book now at monographlondon.com
What they say about us:
"This well-respected supperclub is back" -Time Out Magazine London
- Listed among London's best Pop Up restaurants for Nov-June-May-Apr-Feb 2015 and July-May 2014 by Thenudge.com
“The best salmon we have ever tasted - we definitely recommend to try this new Japanese dining experience in Shoreditch"
- Made in Shoreditch
“@monographlondon Absolutely loved every moment of your grub club last Friday. It was great!"
- Olivia, Grubclub.com founder
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