Just last week, the highly rated and incredibly popular Japanese Restuarant- Tsunami in Mosman Park, invited me to their newest venture- the SuperSake Festival. Unfortunately, I will be having my surgery on these dates (18th & 19th July) so will be unable to attend. However, I am the lucky guest who gets to dine in at an earlier date to sample their amazing food prior to the event so that I can tell you all about it.
I will be heading to Tsunami this Friday night to meet with the event organisers and the event supervising chef to to get a low-down on everything that is to be offered at such an exciting festival. I will also get to taste many of the dishes and after checking out their menu… I can hardly wait! Although I haven’t eaten there yet, I can confidently suggest that you get your butts to Tsunami in Mosman Park and experience the festival for yourself, or at the very least- make a dinner reservation there sometime soon.
Check out what is on offer!
SuperSake Festival July 18 & 19
Tsunami Restaurant’s new venture “SuperSake” is holding Perth’s inaugural Sake Festival on the grounds of Tsunami on July 18 & 19 (Saturday and Sunday). The ‘matsuri’ (festival) will run over two days starting from 12 noon until 9 at night.
There will be over 55 different types of sake from many different ‘shuzos’ (sake breweries) from all over Japan to sample. So yes- 2 days of sake sampling nirvana! The SuperSake festival will feature wide range of sakes from nama genshu, murokas, nigori, junmai, junmai ginjos, junmai daiginjos and bodaimoto method sakes, as well as multiple plum wines, yuzu and mikan wines and even shochu. All guests will be able to purchase bottles at the festival to take home if they like what they sample.
In addition there will be a variety of food ‘stalls’ cooking a wide range of food to match the sake.
I am so insanely jealous of everyone who can attend the SuperSake Festival on the 18th and 19th of July as Japanese food (and drinks) are my absolute favourite cuisine. I am unable to sample many of the Sake varieties at the earlier date due to the fact that the sakes are warehoused in Kewdale and the bottles are only brought into Tsunami just before the festivities. There are absolutely NO PRESERVATIVES in sake and therefore it is super important for them to be stored in the warehouse where they are being kept under 5 degrees celsius.
For more information or event details and enquiries, please don’t hesitate to ask or contact:
Tsunami Japanese Restaurant 18 Glyde Street, Mosman Park 6012 Phone:92847788 www.tsunamisushi.com.au