An Introduction to Sake & An Exploration of Sakes and Japanese Cuisine

FEW PLACES LEFT

By Special Invitation of Shirley Booth and the British Sake Association, in association with Japan Rice Export (JRE) and MATSURI Restaurant

you are invited to attend

on

Friday 27th February at Matsuri restaurant, Bury Street, W1

at 4pm:

An Introduction to Sake: How it is made and its place in traditional Japanese culture

An illustrated talk by Shirley Booth

later

at 6pm

An Exploration of Sakes and Japanese Cuisine

about a dozen different sakes from three different kura will be available to try with a selection of Matsuri’s exceptional Japanese Food. With such a wide range of sake to explore this proves to be a lively and educational evening.

If you are new to sake this will be an excellent chance to find out how well sake enhances the flavours of food: if you already know a bit about sake then this will be a chance to further your knowledge of particular sakes, and food pairings.

Entry to both events is free, but booking must be made by Friday 20th February 2015

events@britishsakeassociation.org

Places are limited, so early booking is advisable

You are welcome to attend either event or both, but please indicate when booking, First come first served, deadline Monday 23rd February.

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2 thoughts on “An Introduction to Sake & An Exploration of Sakes and Japanese Cuisine

  1. Shirley, would you pass on our thanks for a wonderful evening to all the organisers. We very much enjoyed your talk which gave an informative insight into Japanese culture, history and especially sake! It was so nice to meet the Brewers in person and what a generous sake sampling they provided. The representative from Joint Farm was most enthusiastic and I was glad to be reminded how healthy and good for us brown rice is. The brown rice balls provided were very tasty. I haven’t been to Matsuri Restaurant before, it proved to have some great service and delicious food. The wagyu was my favourite from the meal.
    Susan & Ian

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