GringoPost | Ecuador: Kaiseki or kaiseki-ryōri, a traditional multi-course Japanese dinner.

Logo HTML1

Ecuador-logo HTML40

The Fusion Pocket Radio (Test)

Search HTML3

Kaiseki or kaiseki-ryōri, a traditional multi-course Japanese dinner.

Kaiseki (懐石) or kaiseki-ryōri (懐石料理) is a traditional multi-course Japanese dinner. The term also refers to the collection of skills and techniques that allow the preparation of such meals, and is analogous to Western haute cuisine.

Understand the meaning of Kaiseki at The Vegetable Bar with Chef Yasu. This Sunday, October 8th at 6:30 PM.

A 7-Course 5-Star Dinner, $25 per person.

This week Chef Yasu's menu is:

* Savory pumpkin-ginger cake in tomato-water dashi, shaved asparagus and coconut-milk foam

* Steamed spinach dumplings, soy-sesame paste dipping sauce and chive oil

* Homemade tofu with shitake mushroom sauce

* Noodle in lemongrass broth, vegetable wanton and fizzled onion

* Sushi platter: Salmon avocado roll, shrimp tempura roll, grilled Spanish mackerel roll with crunchy daikon pickles and rice-coconut cracker.
(*Vegetarian version available on request in advance – please indicate at the time of reservation.)

* Blueberry granita as palate cleanser.

* Green-tea flavored mille crepe with coconut tuile

If you want to be amazed by Chef Yasu's fare, then make your reservation now.

Reservations required - Fixed-price-menu of $25 + IVA
Call to reserve at 098 935 8169 or email:

Sunday, October 8th, from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (Seating at 6:30 PM), 3 de Noviembre and Jacaranda (one block before Hotel Oro Verde)