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Based on simplicity and harmony, the style of Shojin Ryori cooking was originated by Japanese BUDDHIST Monks in the 13th century. BelIEved to bring balance and alignment to the body, mind, and spirit, this meal will focus on seasonal vegetables and foraged ingredients. 

come join us for this one-night omakase meal!

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- SOLD OUT -

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25
FIVE COURSES
  $55 PER PERSON


In order to make your party's reservation, please REQUEST A RESERVATION USING THE BUTTON ABOVE. A MEMBER OF OUR TEAM WILL BE IN TOUCH TO SECURE YOUR RESERVATION. Please note:

  • Your reservation must be confirmed (please note that your voicemail does not confirm your reservation until we return your call).
  • Once we receive your request, a member of our team will arrange the reservation and call you to secure it with a credit card.
  • Cancellations in less than 48 hours of the event incurs a $25 charge per guest.
  • This omakase is VEGAN.
  • We're sorry, no substitutions can be made the day of this meal. Unfortunately menus with dietary needs will not be available.

FEATURED INGREDIENTS

THE MONKS USE THE "RULE OF FIVE" WHEN COOKING, SO EVERY MEAL OFFERS FIVE COLORS (GREEN, YELLOW, RED, BLACK, AND WHITE) AS WELL AS FIVE FLAVORS (SWEET, SOUR, SALTY, BITTER, AND UMAMI).

  • WILD MUSHROOMS: The Buddhist Monks who follow Shojin Ryori forage their own meals and live exclusively off the food that is seasonal and available in their community, which often includes wild mushrooms. They believe that the food lets them appreciate the full blessings of nature and helps them better absorb the earth's spiritual energy.
  • SALTED CHERRY BLOSSOMS: Cherry blossom trees bloom in April and signify the beginning of spring. For centuries cherry blossoms have been pickled to preserve their unique flavor year-long. These blooms add a floral aroma and beautiful hue to any dish. 
  • SILKEN TOFU: Shojin Ryori meals are typically centered around soy-bean based food, like tofu, and seasonal vegetables. Tofu provides protein to the menu. This softly textured tofu is a refreshing, lightly sweet, and creamy tofu that is a lot like custard.  
  • HAKUREI TURNIPS: Developed in Japan in the 50's this turnips is surprisingly delicate and fruity. This variety of turnip is an excellent source of vitamin C, folic acid, and fiber, as well as thiamine, potassium, and vitamins B6 and E.  
  • RADISHES: Radishes are the most popular vegetable in Japan. We will be sourcing this spring ingredient from a local farm to provide us with a mild, crunchy addition to our meal.

FURTHER DETAILS

  • THIS DINNER WILL BE HOSTED IN OUR UPSTAIRS IZAKAYA.
  • A SAKE PAIRING SELECTION WILL BE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. 
  • A GRATUITY OF 20% WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY ADDED TO YOUR FINAL BILL.
  • OUR RAMEN SHOP WILL BE OPEN FOR REGULAR SERVICE AND HOURS!
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ABOUT THE OMAKASE DINING EXPERIENCE

In an izakaya, (Japanese pub), ordering omakase entrusts your order to the chef - it is essentially a chef’s tasting menu.  Chef Billy Cotter will send out the freshest and most delicious dishes of the day.  Dining omakase is a way for Dashi to showcase our finest ingredients and techniques!

This dinner is hosted in our upstairs izakaya and is offered by reservation only.


WHAT IF MEMBERS OF MY PARTY HAVE DIETARY RESTRICTIONS?

While our private omakase meals accommodate dietary restrictions of all types, this special event does not have any substitutions. Guests with specific allergies may not be able to eat all courses.
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CAN I ORDER ITEMS FROM THE BEVERAGE MENU IN ADDITION TO ENJOYING DINNER?

You are welcome to order anything on our beverage menu! 

IS GRATUITY INCLUDED?

A 20% gratuity will be added to your final bill.