Omakase is a Japanese phrase that means “I’ll leave it up to you.” It has become a popular phrase used amongst devout sushi lovers who are not afraid to leave all the decisions up to the chef. This style of ordering food typically starts with light and delicate food preparation and then progresses to heavier fares.
Spend the evening with Chef Sean Drunin as he prepares a multi-course Omakase dinner to be served in the dining room. The intimate environment is a great way to meet new folks while indulging in fresh, succulent Japanese cuisine.
Masshuru-MU Broth (mushroom)
Shimeji, Shitake, Maitake, Ebi, Scallion, Lemongrass
Plants from the Sea
Hijiki, Feru, Konbu
Bigeye, Hamachi, Fluke, Maine Uni
Sweet & Sour Broth, Sesame Spinach
Sudachi, Summer Truffle, Garlic Crisps
Sorrel, Pickled Rhubarb
What to Expect: For the last six years, Chef Sean Drunin has been specializing in Japanese cuisine. You may recognize him from his past tenure at Lola 41 or taken a Sushi 101 class with him here at the Nantucket Culinary Center. Tonight he will work hard to surprise and delight your appetite; all you need to do is sit back, relax and enjoy the company of friendly new faces.
- The dinner is limited to 12 participants.
- Complimentary glass of sake included in purchase of ticket, additional beverages may be purchased.
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