Tuesday, 15 July 2014

Tacochu and Tengu Sake's Natsu Matsuri Supper Club with Sake Tasting at Palm2 in Clapton

Japanese supper club Tacochu is back with a Wednesday night supper club on 30th July, pairing 5 courses with 5 different sakes from Tengu Sake.  The menu below sounds great, and if you add some sake to the mix you'll be sure of a great night!

"Tacochu is back with yet another opportunity to gather 'round the communal tables in our open kitchen above Palm 2, overlooking Clapton Pond. This time, we're really celebrating the sake alongside the food, selecting a perfectly paired sample to accompany each of our five dishes. Whether you're a newbie or a connoisseur, we're sure you'll leave with a new love for this magical drink. For the menu we'll be channelling the spirit of Natsu Matsuri, the traditional Japanese festivals that happen all over the country on warm summer nights. Though it will never get quite as hot and steamy as it does back home, it's a good enough excuse to serve up all of our favourite Japanese summer classics from cool, spiked watermelon to chilledhiyashi-chuka noodles and sticky festival-style skewers. 
Tengu Sake represents the most esteemed, award-winning Japanese kura (breweries) in the UK and we're excited to show you what they have to offer. Selected bottles will also be available to purchase directly from us on the night for very reasonable prices. We hope to see you there!
Sake-spiked watermelon bites
Seaweed and tuna sashimi salad with plum dressing
Sticky chicken skewers with quail's egg
Chilled ramen noodles with roast pork, egg and crunchy cucumber
Grilled rice balls with salmon chunks and fresh wasabi in hot dashi broth
Surprise Japanese dessert"

When - Weds 30th July - 7.30pm - 10.30pm

Where - Palm2, 152-156 Lower Clapton Rd, London E5 0QJ

Tickets - £35 from here


Link - Booking Page

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