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SJO Supper Club at Sushi House

Written By Scott Joseph On April 25, 2012

Sushi House interiorYou may recall that last month I reviewed Sushi House and liked it very much. Although it has been around for a while, it had recently moved into a new space and had been reenergized by its exuberant new owner and master sushi chef, Dun Chau. I love the way he embraces tradition and classic sushi techniques but also allows a creative flair.

I’m pleased to announce that Chau has offered to host a special SJO Sushi Supper Club (say that five times real fast). The dinner will be Wednesday, May 16, at 6:30 p.m. I know you’re going to enjoy learning about sushi from Chau. He’ll also have some great tips for dining in any sushi bar that will help enhance your experience (and get special attention from the sushi chef!). This is going to be a great dinner not only for longtime sushi fans but also for those who are new to the experience.

Here’s the menu that’s been planned for us:

First Course
Nabeyaki Clear Mushroom Soup – A savory traditional Japanese soup.

Second Course
Wakame Seaweed Salad Trio,  Enjoy seaweed served in three different ways;  Fresh, seasoned, spiced.

Third Course
Chicken Gyoza dumplings with Japanese Fried Rice

Fourth Course
SUSHI FIX PLATTER:  A delightful mix of Nigiri and Maki Sushi

Happy Sumo maki  – futomaki roll of tuna, salmon, crab, and vegetables, flashed fried to golden brown

Red Dragon maki – spicy tuna roll topped with yellowfin sashimi, jalapeno and masago, and house ponzu

 Volcano maki  – California roll topped with baked crab, scallops and masago in citrus spicy mayo

Temari sushi – fresh fish and vegetables in shaped sushi balls

Tuna Rocks nigiri (spicy yellowfin tuna over crispy sushi rice).

Vegetarian Option:  Vegetable Tempura roll, veggie romance roll, vegetable nigiri and temari sushi balls, age dashi tufo in light ponzu.

Fifth Course
Tempura Cheesecake

Sixth Course – Sake Ceremony & Presentation
Sake sampler:  Four different sakes of nigori (unfiltered sake), TyKu jumai ginjo (premium filter sake, 60% milled rice), Takara Flavored Sake, and Hot Sake

 

Cost of the dinner is $55 per person, which includes tax and gratuity. Besides the sake ceremony, guests may choose one of the following alcoholic beverage options: house red or white wine, Sapporo draft or Kirin Ichiban draft.

Click here to go to the SJO Supper Club reservations page. Sushi House is at 8204 Crystal Clear Lane, Orlando. 

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