- Neighborhood: Rittenhouse Square
- 128 South 19th Street, Philadelphia, PA
- Phone: 215-568-1027
- Cuisine: Sushi
- Price: $$$
- Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
Tonight at 6 p.m., Zama Tanaka, owner of Zama and CoZara, will be at Pat’s King of Steaks for the next Pat’s Guest Chef Series.
It’s a little warm out for an open fire, but for many Christmas time means the sweet flavor of chestnuts, be they roasted, pureed, or folded into something sweet. Unfortunately, for those who love them, they can be difficult to find stateside. Here are a few spots around town where you can find their incomparable flavor, Jack Frost nipping or no.
Japanese sushi restaurant Zama announces a new tasting menu to premiere at their Rittenhouse Square location.
Chef Hiroyuki “Zama” Tanaka is known for fusing Japanese culture and culinary traditions with modern, local flavors through his a la carte sashimi and extensive variety of sushi offerings. The new menu though? While there appears to be some room for Zama to slide in a few of his trademark tastes of Philly, the base of the huge, 9-course board is very traditional–offering everything from an opening-course namero (fish and herbs mixed with barley-miso and fermented sake paste) to ochazuke rice ball soup.
The new tasting menu will be offered for dinner every week Monday-Sunday at $125 per person–which might seem pricey until you take a look at what Zama is offering. The menu looks both expansive and kinda amazing.
And lucky for you, we’ve got a copy. Check out a sneak-peak at the opening version of the new tasting menu below.