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Hatsu Hana Tei Chef’s specialty, rolled omelet consists of grouper (lapu-lapu), salmon, shrimp, radish and nori (seaweed)
Platter of sashimi, consists of Maguro(tuna), Shake(salmon), Hirame(flounder), Aji (mackerel), Uni(Sea Urchin) and Shima Aji (dusky jack)
Ebi (shrimp) coated with crispy batter then deep fried, served with tentsuyu sauce (dipping sauce).
Mixed sashimi platter of maguro (tuna), shake (salmon), unagi (freshwater eel), ebi (shrimp) and futomaki (rolled sushi with vegetables).
One Cup Black
The No. 1 cup sake in Japan for over 45 years, well balanced with a complex fruitiness. Just open and enjoy at room temperature, chilled or warm. Because this can be paired with any type of food, it is practical and very popular.
Ikezo Sparkling Jelly Sake (Peach)
An amazing sparkling jelly sake, this drink is best served chilled. It is a mellow and sweet drink (peach flavored) with a refreshing acidity. Shake well and serve chilled in a champagne flute, perfect as an aperitif or as dessert.
Ikezo Sparkling Jelly Sake (Berry Mix)
An amazing sparkling jelly sake, this drink is best served chilled. It is a mellow and sweet drink from three kinds of berries: blueberry, cranberry, and strawberry with a refreshing acidity. Shake well and serve chilled in a champagne flute, perfect as an aperitif or as dessert.
Karatamba , Hon-Jozo- “Dry Wave”
This sake has a crisp, dry taste with a nice lingering finish. Satisfying from start to finish, Karatamba complements the flavor of rice with a distinctive dryness. Karatamba can be enjoyed at room temperature, chilled, or warm; it can accompany salted, soy based and spicy dishes.
Yamada- nishiki, Tokubetsu-Junmai- “The Imperial”
This sake is named after the best sake brewing rice: “Yamada-nishiki”. It is clean, refreshing, with the naturally full bodied flavors of rice, complemented by a dry finish. Yamada can be enjoyed at room temperature, chilled, or warm with heavy flavored dishes, cooked fish with miso, teriyaki chicken, and beef steaks.
Fukiage Imo Shochu
Kosatsuma Kame-Jikomi 300 ml. 25% alcohol. Honkaku Imo Shochu made from Kogane Sengan sweet potato and black koji, slowly fermented at a low temperature in an earthen pot. It has a mellow taste, and quite rich in flavor. It can be paired with soy-sauce based dishes, yakitori, and pork chops.
Nama Chozu, Draft Sake
This sake has a young, and distinct fresh flavor, it is stored without pasteurization giving it a tangy flavor. It is best served chilled and can be paired with chicken, light Asian dishes, sashimi and sushi.