Special Dassai Sake-Kasu Nabe Week at Sakagura
Posted by chiz on January 21, 2011
DASSAI’S JUNMAI DAIGINJO SAKE-KASU (SAKE LEES) NABE POT DISH WEEK AT SAKAGURA
Tuesday to Saturday, January 25th to 29th, 2011
*DINNER TIME ONLY
Have you ever had Sake Kasu Nabe? If you haven’t, we have a good news! We will serve Sake Kasu Pot Dish using Dassai 23 Junmai Daiginjo’s sake lees from Asahi Shuzo
(http://www.asahishuzo.ne.jp/en/) since Tuesday, January 25th to Saturday, 29th of January.
Sake Kasu is what is left after sake has been pressed out of the mash. It is quite nutritious and flavorful and the fragrance (especially daiginjo sake kasu) is very fruity. It is used in home cooking in many ways to create wonderfully complex flavored dishes during the winter. Many traditional Japanese confection uses lots of sake kasu to flavor some of their products.
You will also get a complementary glass of Dassai 50 Junmai Daiginjo sake when you order Sake-Kasu Nabe! Not finished exciting announcement yet! Mr. Kazuhiro Sakurai, executive director of Dassai Brewery will bring Dassai 50 Hatsu Shibori (freshly brewed unpasteurized sake) and those sake will be served with Nabe as a complementary ONLY Friday night, 28th!
Nabe and Daiginjo sake are limited every night. Please hurry to make the RSVPs in advance!
“DASSAI SAKE-KASU NABE” served with a glass of Dassai 50 Junmai Daiginjo (Friday: Dassai 50 Junmai Daiginjo Nama) $25.00
Variety Kinds of Seafood and Seasonal Vegetables Served with Dassai 23’s Junmai Daiginjo Sake Kasu Infused Soy Sauce In an Iron Pot
RSVP Hotlines : 212-953-SAKE (7253)
*RSVP will be taken on a first-come first-serve basis. We cannot hold orders in advance.