Zen Sushi & Sake
For March 2020
It’s March and spring is just around the corner! This month we’re introducing a new seven-course sushi kaiseki dinner, our seasonal fresh fish represents the end of winter, and we explore traditional Edomae style sushi. You won’t want to miss out on our seasonal sake that pairs perfectly with our Broiled Black Cod! All this and more this March at Zen.
Kaiseki (懐石料理) is a traditional multi-course Japanese dinner, served in multiple, small plate courses and with care for beautiful plating and presentation. this is an entirely new way to experience our menu with a variety of dishes including fresh sushi, sashimi, broiled dishes and more.
Sake of March - Kikusui
Kikusui Junmai Ginjo- Crisp & Comfortably Dry
Brewery Location: Niigata, Japan. This is a light and comfortably dry premium Sake with the aroma of fresh cantaloupe and banana followed by medium body bringing refreshing Mandarin orange like overtones.
With just the right amount of body and a comfortable dryness it enhances any dish you eat. This is a great white wine alternative that is perfect for Sake lovers and beginners alike.
Japanese Culture – What is EDOMAE
Edomae - "In Front of Tokyo Bay", Sushi using fresh seafood caught near Tokyo Bay is called Edomae, meaning “caught in Edo (currently Tokyo) Bay.” But there’s more meaning behind Edomae than just the location of where the seafood is caught. Read More