Join Shack-Fuyu For A Sumptuous Sake Supper

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Shack-Fuyu, Ross Shonhan’s Soho based Yōshoku restaurant is teaming up with Tosatsuru brewery to host its first Sake Supper


Serving Japanese dishes inspired by Western cuisine, the exciting evening is set to take place in Shack-Fuyu’s intimate private dining room. With only 16 coveted tickets available, guests will enjoy a four-course supper of some of Shack-Fuyu’s most celebrated dishes, accompanied by a flight of Tosatsuru’s finest sakes.

Special guests on the evening will include Tosatsuru’s expert brewers, who will talk diners through the intricate history of one of Japan’s most famous exports, and how its rising popularity has seen this fermented rice drink become so distinguished throughout London as well as internationally.

The interactive four-course supper, designed to showcase sake’s versatility when matched with a wide-spectrum of flavours.

Menu highlights include:
• Wagyu Beef Tataki and Kimchee
• Softshell Crab Maki, Salmon & Avocado Maki, Tuna Sashimi, Salmon Sashimi and Salmon Tartar
• Iberico Pork with Black Pepper Miso, served with Grilled Asparagus, Miso Aubergine, Mizuna & Kale Salad and rice.
• Kinako French Toast and Green Tea Soft Serve Ice Cream

Tosatsuru brewery is situated in Yasuda-cho, found on Japan’s Shikoku island, an area renowned for the mineral-rich clear waters of the Yasudu River. This water, combined with carefully selected home-grown yeast and traditional techniques, makes for optimum brewing conditions to create Tosatsuru’s award-winning sakes.

Alongside Tosatsuru, Shack-Fuyu prides itself on serving a diverse selection of hot, cold and speciality sakes from breweries across Japan.

Make it happen
Tickets: There are 16 tickets available for Shack-Fuyu’s first Sake Supper with Tosatsuru, priced at £65 per person. Any additional food or drinks will be served at cost.
When: Tuesday 24th April, 7pm til late
Where: Shackfuyu, 14A Old Compton St, Soho, London W1D 4TJ

 

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