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Yamazato's Ryougetsu Kaiseki

Yamazato's Ryougetsu Kaiseki
By Hong Kong Tatler
July 12, 2019
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From July 9 to August 4, Yamazato proudly presents a unique and high quality sake pairing with their kaiseki set lunch and dinner. 

Guests can enjoy the Ryougetsu Kaiseki set lunch priced at MOP 580 per person,  or the same set with sake pairing priced at MOP 908. For dinner, the  Ryougetsu Kaiseki set is priced at at MOP 1,580 per person or MOP 1,918 with sake pairing.

The kaiseki lunch includes tiger shrimp with edamame jelly; clear soup with sweet fish and aubergine and radish tade-leaf; two kinds of seasonal sashimi; grilled seabass with plum soy sauce; simmered octopus with taro and pumpkin; rice with butter corn; and seasonal fruits.

The kaiseki dinner includes includes tiger shrimp with edamame jelly; clear soup with sweet fish and aubergine and radish tade-leaf; three kinds of seasonal sashimi; grilled cutlass fish with plum soy sauce; grilled wagyu with summer vegetable wrap; yam somen with kinji herb and sea urchin; deep-fried seabream and taro; rice with butter corn; seasonal fruit; and Japanese kuzukiri with brown sugar.

The highlight dish is clear soup with sweet fish and aubergine and radish tade-leaf. The young leaves of the radish leaves are traditionally used as a condiment in many meat and fish dishes, as  they are nutritional powerhouse in terms of antioxidants and lends sweetness to the broth. It is also high in vitamin C and calcium.

The sake selected to pair with Yamazato’s food for lunch and dinners are:

Yama-no-kasumi Cloudy Sparkling: Bottled with live yeast for genuine in-bottle secondary fermentation, this allows the creation of unique fine bubbles with good retention, an elegant feeling on the tongue and rich flavour throughout the mouth. Enjoy the rice’s umami and sweetness in this sparkling sake.

Furinbizan Junmai: Using the best quality underground water flow from Mount Kaikoma of Minami Alps National Park. The umami of the rice beautifully spreads throughout the mouth and the delightful aroma flows out from the nose on the first sip, the finishing flavour is clear, firm and semi-dry as it goes down.

Kinu no aji Junmai Daiginjo: Using the best quality underground water flow from Mount Kaikoma of Minami Alps National Park. This sake is wonderful during meals and gives off a perfectly balanced fruity aroma, a characteristic of a Daiginjo. This sake's greatest aspect is its clean, refreshing taste which makes this a wonderful food pairing sake.

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