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Just 6 spaces left for Japanese evening on the 29th

I am delighted to say that far from proving a concern our adventurous menu is proving a hit. I had thought that including Yellowfin Tuna Sashimi served tartare (raw) might prove risky. The good news is not at all. Will source through http://www.allfreshseafood.com/ unless anyone out there in Pop Up world knows a better supplier? Very, very exciting, we already have only 6 spaces left. Most recent comment from a guest is "can't wait". Neither can we!

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Comment by Paul henry on January 25, 2011 at 13:41

Hi All, we now have just 4 spaces left for our Japanese night this Saturday. The menu is listed below and we are very excited. Please book now to avoid disappointment:

Menu

First Course

A selection of vegetable, fish and chicken Sushi and some Gyoza dumplings


Served with authentic dipping sauces

Second Course

Vegetable Tempura, Prawn Tempura, Okonomiyaki (A very special Japanese Omelette)

Third Course

Ethical Yellow Fin Tuna Sashimi served tartare with wasabi and ginger pastes


Fourth Course

 

Japanese Curry (Mild) with Katsu (Pork escalope), served with Japanese Rice

 

Dessert

Chocolate Cake with Green Tea Ice Cream or

 

Green Tea Cake with Vanilla Ice Cream

 

Or both!!!

Followed by Coffee or Tea and homemade Japanese Sweets

Please book by emailing mrhgoesgorilla@gmail.com & bring a huge appetite


“Live to eat, not eat to live /生きるために食べるのではなく、食べるために生きる”

Comment by Paul henry on January 14, 2011 at 12:21

Hi Lisha, good point. I've never been and need to. I'll look into it.

 

Strange thing is I've been in Sainsburys today for milk and had a look at the fish counter and they are selling fresh yellowfin tuna steaks at £22 per kilo and it's line caught. Heresy I know, but Sainsbugs are the best of a bad bunch.!!!!

Comment by msmarmitelover on January 12, 2011 at 1:39

Japanese is always popular!

 

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