NEW! Chef’s Table Improvised
Please leave your menu in the capable hands of the Chef.
Chef’s Table is meant for adult “Foodies” who are open to all types of dishes and trying new things.
Guests who are “into” sushi tend to appreciate this choice, as the Chef selects the Best of the Catch for these private dinners.
Your private Chef will be dedicated to making your meal.
MENU: Enjoy courses including; premier sushi and sashimi from a wide variety of freshly caught raw fish from Nagahama Fish market in southern Japan and from other markets.
The menu may also include some cooked courses.
Please note we are not in a position to accommodate gluten free focused menus or vegetarian focused menus.
PRICING: Due to fluctuations in the prices at the fish market, we anticipate the price to be approximately $125+ per person without drinks, gratuity and tax.
There may be fluctuations in price based on your preference and quantity of fish.
SEATING CHOICE: 1st Seating – 6:00~7:50 pm or 2nd Seating – 8:00~10:00 pm
Due to the current circumstances, the location of the Chef’s Table is now offered in the space close to the Izakaya Den Sushi bar.
One table for 2 guests and one table for 4 guests, thoughtfully spaced, each seating. Or these 2 tables can be joined as one table for 6 guests.
Chef’s Table Available Dates – 10/25(sun)~11/14(sat)
As of 10/25(sat),2020
10/28(wed) 6:00pm/Not available 8:00pm/4 guests
10/30(fri) 6:00pm/Not available 8:00pm/2 guests and 4 guests
10/31(sat) 6:00pm/Not available 8:00pm/2 guests and 4 guests
11/04(wed) 6:00pm/2 guests 8:00pm/2 guests and 4 guests
11/05(thurs) 6:00pm/2 guests 8:00pm/2 guests and 4 guests
11/06(fri) 6:00pm/2 guests 8:00pm/2 guests and 4 guests
11/07(sat) 6:00pm/Not available 8:00pm/2 guests
11/11(wed) 6:00pm/2 guests and 4 guests 8:00pm/2 guests and 4 guests
11/12(thurs) 6:00pm/2 guests and 4 guests 8:00pm/2 guests and 4 guests
11/13(fri) 6:00pm/2 guests and 4 guests 8:00pm/2 guests and 4 guests
11/14(sat) 6:00pm/2 guests and 4 guests 8:00pm/2 guests and 4 guests
First come, first served basis.
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