Gluten-Free Japanese Lunch

You asked for it: the Japanese gluten free night! Perfect way to start the new year. And it’s lunch time, so you still have times to play with your friends in the evening!

I wanted to keep the theme of real Japanese food you can’t find in restaurants. I’ve had a lot of fun deliberating the extensive menu as I had so many ideas, so I hope you will agree that this is a magnificent five-course meal for all tastes!

Vegan, gluten-free, five-course Japanese menu:

Lotus chips, yuzu spinach salad, seared daikon, ginger-miso aubergine and Japanese potato salad.

Tofu course: fresh tofu, yuba, agedashi dofu, ganmodoki (Buddhist tofu patty), tofu sesame salad

Tempura zaru soba with all the fixin’s

Traditional meal ender of mixed miso soup, rice and fresh pickles.

Sesame brittle and daigaku imo (candied sweet potatoes fries).

When: Saturday, 25 January 2014, 1-4 pm

Where: Finchley Central, North London, address given after donation is given

How much: £35 pre-pay donation (via bank transfer, Paypal or book through EatWith). Just contact me.

Who: Anyone!

Drinks? A Japanese apertif is included as a free taster; but please BYOB for yourself or to share.

*Obviously, an appropriate menu swap/change is always a possibility depending on ingredient availability.

*No donation refunds. I don’t really make anything off of this, but the money goes to planning the food, drinks and good times! If you cannot make it, please give your spot to a friend (let me know, it’s no problem!). I hope you understand!


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