“EIJU” FUSION JAPANESE in Harris St,Pyrmont Offering
WINTER 5 course set menu ($60 pp)
Our 5 course set menu is again a great option for celebrating a birthday / anniversary or getting together with family/friends.
5 COURSE SET MENU $60 per person
1: SALMON TARTARE
Onsen egg, rice cracker, gochujang miso
2: GRILLED OCTOPUS
spinach puree, yuzu pepper mayo,
pickled plum puree, shiso
mentaiko (spicy cod roe), soy bean, kinshi egg, fluffy egg cream
4: ROASTED LAMB RUMP
eggplant gratin, red wine miso jus
5: SWEET POTATO MONT-BLAN
Hojicha ice cream
PLEASE NOTE : It is available for dinner only (WED～SUN 6pm～) or advanced request for lunch (TUE～SAT 11:30am～).
Due to the limited number of tables available on Friday and Saturday night, we will only be serving $60/ 5 course set menu and there will be two seatings of 12 people — at 6pm/6:15pm and 8:15pm.
For booking or inquiries, please book through www.eiju.com.au or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us (02) 8590 3433 (MONDAY CLOSED).
Please remember to mention “$60 course menu” with the preferred time sitting and inform us of any dietary requirements at the time of booking.
****X’mas In July $60/ 5 course set menu is available from Wednesday 22nd July to Saturday 1st August.****
MEET THE CHEF!
Chef’s Profile—- Hideki Okazaki
After 5 years of preparatory training in Japan, Hideki left Japan for Italy in 1990. There Hideki Okazaki trained in the authentic kitchens of two Michelin star restaurants, “La Frasca “ and ” Arnolfo”.
After his profound experience in Italy and skilled with the culinary style of the area, he set foot on Australia soil in 1992.
Here in Australia, he refined his already formidable skills under such chefs as Steve Manfredi, owner-chef of Italian restaurant “Manfredi”, and later Tony Bilson, owner-chef of the French restaurant “Ampersand”.
In 2001, his performance as second chef to Tony Bilson at the modern Australian restaurant ” Arena” was defining.
For later in 2005, Hideki Okazaki took on the role of owner-chef of RISE in Darlinghurst, Sydney. He also “did a gig” as a head chef at “Le Trader” for two years,priot to taking over the site and emerging as EIJU,.. as an owner-chef.
Now brimming with skills at EIJU Fusion Japanese Dining, he designs dishes with an innovative approach, fusing Asian flavour and using western techniques with the basic essence of Japanese cuisine.
BEST SELECTIONS FROM THE WINE LIST:
- Lark Hill (Canberra District) Chardonnay
Here’s to one of Japanese most talked about classic and modern chefs in Sydney. We loved it and we thought he absolutely deserves a 15.5/20! 👏 The 5 Course Set Menu for $59 was excellent value. Can’t wait to return