What is Chef’s Table?
At Sushi Den, behind the hanging “noren” fabric curtain in the entry, and through the folding doors you enter a peaceful, private space called “Denchu” where your Chef’s Table is with the private chef’s counter and tables. It is recently named one of the top nine exceptional Omakase (“Chef’s Choice”) menus in the United States by the national online food community Eater, Sushi Den’s Omakase menu has gained national recognition for its fresh and authentic selection. This is the place to host your very special intimate occasions such as anniversaries, birthdays, job promotions, entertaining your clients, date nights and more.Read More›
OTOTO is the latest addition to the Sushi Den and Izakaya Den, a more casual ambience, raw bar and Robata grilled skewers, as well as a premium sake list.Read More›
When the winter arrives, the Fish Market starts to get busy, filling up with many varieties of fish.
This is because the fish that were born in the Spring in the northern hemisphere mature by the winter and become the right size and flavor. When the temperature of the water goes down, fish increases its flavor by insulating itself against the colder waters.Read More›
9 NEWS hosted Chef Yasu Kizaki from Sushi Den as part of their Asian Heritage Month coverage.
Admit it. You’ve eaten it at a restaurant, but you’re too afraid to make it at home. Sushi is a favorite for many, but when it comes to making the raw fish delicacy, it’s easy to get intimidated.Read More›
Matching food and sake is similar to matching food and wine. Pairing sake and food should also be fun. The object of the pairing is to enhance both the food and the sake. No match is perfect, and in the end, it is a matter of what you like. Sake is truly a versatile beverage which suits many of the world’s cuisine regardless of ingredients or the preparation method.Read More›