Tuna will become extremely delicious in fall season. I would like to take this opportunity to share this with great sake!!!
On the 22nd. of September, you will be tasting 6 different sake with Kaiseki Style(small appetizer) Tuna dish along with seasonal vegetables. Phillip, the owner chef of Sushi Central, and I will be making 6 different great dishes to pair with great sake. Please come and join us!!
Date: Sep.22nd. 8:00pm~10:30pm
Place: Sushi Central 3500 Overland Ave. #100, Los Angeles, CA 90034
Fee: $55/person, $100/couple
Class size: max. 20
Enroll: please email me or call Sushi Central for reservations, email@example.com
Sake should be served warm or cold?
-sake have a very wide serving temperature. Usually high aroma sake should be served chilled around 55F to fully enjoy its fragrance. With low aroma and rich body sake can be served warm around 100F. Some people misunderstand that ALL WARM sake are low in quality. Which is not true. Kimoto style sake tends to have more acidity and amino acid compare to Ginjo or Daiginjo, these Kimoto sake can be enjoyed warm.