Kaiseki Dinner and Sake Pairing Experience
Sushi Den and Izakaya Den are proud to present a unique dining experience, Kaiseki Dinner with Sake Pairing Experience.
Izakaya Den will host a traditional "Kyoto Style Kaiseki" and sake pairing dining experience in partnership with esteemed Japanese Kaiseki chef, Mr. Hayashi, and the sake will be paired by Japanese sake masters, Mr. Inoue Tadatsugu and Mr. Kondo Akira, April 13 and 14.
The 8 course dinner will be prepared for a maximum of 40 guests each night. Our dining room in the Ten Qoo Sky Lounge, upstairs at Izakaya Den will be arranged to create a festive and communal atmosphere for guests to interact with their neighbors and share comments from each pairing.
Kaiseki is a sophisticated and elegantly presented preparation of fish, vegetables and meat. Kaiseki chefs are the highest regarded chefs in Japan in terms of skill and execution.
Kaiseki is comparable to "haute cuisine" in France. Kaiseki cuisine originated to "be one with nature", so the image is of fresh and high quality ingredients. The skills of the Kaiseki Chef are refined and require special techniques that other chefs don't use.
This is a very rare opportunity for our guests to experience at Izakaya Den what they can experience in Japan.
Please join us for this exciting event in mid April!
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Only 40 tickets available per night!
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