Yuki is a Japanese chef and cookery writer. She is also teaches Japanese home cooking based in London. Her dishes are made using fresh, seasonal, local ingredients and find their origin in traditional Japanese methods. She will provide authentic Japanese dishes for this special summer menu.
This is her first Supper club, at a special offer pricing!
Summer fresh vegetables with Tofu dipping
Marinated mackerel with shiso Bo sushi
Fresh organic salmon and sea bream temari sushi
Matuskaze Chicken - Baked chicken with miso
Cucumber salad and wakame salad with mustard sesame sauce
Fish of the day with Namban sauce
Soba noodle salad
Green bean with black sesame sauce
Japanese mess - Japanese version of Eton mess. Green tea mascarpone with seasonal fruits
Bring your own drinks or suggest wine or sake pairings.
Please feel free to contact Yuki if you have any questions. firstname.lastname@example.org
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26 Jun 12 by Ursine Cuisine
Good, better, best
richard1985 attended in June 2012,
reviewed on 23 June 2012
This is not going to be a nuanced review worth reading closely; I have nothing but positives to convey regarding Yuki's supperclub.
The food was utterly delicious, the main ingredients subtly flavoured and paired with bold, assertive accompaniments. And the skill and insight involved in the dishes' preparation were such that I'd not taste their like outside of a high-end restaurant.
Not only was the food very good, there was quite a bit of it. The food was quite light (it was an delightfully seasonal summer menu), but the courses were substantial, and everyone was entirely sated by the end of the meal.
Yuki and Alex were charming hosts, and pulled off a smooth dinner experience, and last but not least, my fellow diners were most certainly a pleasant bunch.
I'll most definitely be back for the Autumn menu.