Feb 25

CATER MENU

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CATERING MENU

Planning a special event, but dreading the meal preparation ? 

Then let our restaurants do the work for you and enjoy your own party.

Catering menu

(Half tray 15-20 serves, Large tray 25-30 serves)

Appetizer

Gyoza (Deep fried pork, dumpling)                                         half $45. large $80

Salad (Peanut butter dressing)                                                 half $30. large $50

Tempura (Shrimp, Kabocha, Carrot, Sweet potato)                     half $45. large $80

Rice or Miso soup                                                                half $20. large $35

Combo

Combo A ---(half size) Gyoza, Chicken teriyaki, Spicy tuna roll                         $160

Combo B ---(half size) Gyoza, Chicken teriyaki, Rainbow roll                            $170

        We can make customize catering with your asking      

Kitchen

Chicken Teriyaki                                                                 half $75. large $140

Chicken Katsu                                                                    half $75. large $140

Salmon Teriyaki                                                                  half $90. large $170

Sushi

California roll                                                                    half $40. large $70

Spicy Tuna roll or Tempura roll                                              half $55. large $100

Rainbow roll or 49ers roll                                                    half $60. large $110

Dragon roll                                                                       half $75. large $140

(half 60, large 120 pieces)

 

 

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