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Tocqueville and 15 East host a 10-course sake pairing dinner

Tocqueville Restaurant
Tocqueville Restaurant
Tocqueville

One week from today, Tocqueville (1 East 15th Street) and its neighbor and sister restaurant 15 East will host a sake pairing dinner to be reckoned with.

At this one-night only dinner beginning at 6:30pm on Wednesday, May 21st, Executive Chef/Restaurateur Marco A. Moreira, Chef de Cuisine Jason Lawless and Chef Masato Shimitzu will work in tandem to create a truly unique 10-course tasting menu; Master Sommelier, informally known as the "Sake Samurai," Roger Dagorn will match each morsel with a balanced and tasty sake.

The dinner is a lengthy one - planned to run nearly 5 1/2 hours - and, at $300 per ticket, will cost you a pretty penny, but it's set to be something special. Take a look at the menu below, and call 212-647-1515 to reserve your spot.

Canapés

Tsukinokatsura Daiginjo “Nigori”

Creamless Purée of Cauliflower Soup with Sea Urchin and Caviar

Tsukinokatsura Junmai “Iwai”

Sashimi Duo

Jasmine-marinated Japanese Yellowtail Hamachi and Wild Sea Trout

Tsukasabotan “Fuin” or “Senchumassaku”

Steamed Turbot

Snow Pea and Sake Tarragon Broth

Narutotai “Genshu”

Risotto with Morel Mushrooms

Otokoyama “Kimoto”

Braised Mauer’s Mountain Farm Guinea Hen and Scottish Langoustine

Foie Gras Truffle Ravioli

Tsukasabotan “Fukurodori Daiginjo”

Prime Dry-Aged Côte de Boeuf

Creamed Spinach and Potatoes Anna

Narutotai “Daikoshu”

Sushi Nigiri

Ichinokura “Shozanten”

Sake Sorbet

Ichinokura “Taru” or “Himezen”

Chocolate Bon Bon with Vanilla Milk Gelato

Hanahato “Kijishu”