Yamazushi offers Kaiseki-inspired multi-course dining, styled after the ancient Japanese tradition.
The word "kaiseki" originates from the Zen monks of the 16th century, who kept warm stones (seki) in their kimono fold (kai) to help them ward off hunger during their morning and afternoon prayers.
Originally, kaiseki was a very simple vegetarian meal served during a tea ceremony, but it has evolved into a very intricate and ornate culinary event that may include fish and meat. The dishes are cooked in order to enhance the flavors of the fresh ingredients that are selected by season. Small portions are brought in one at a time at carefully timed intervals.
Our Kaiseki style course
menu changes seasonally.
We strived to use local fish and the freshest seasonal ingredients directly from the chef's organic garden.
For specific questions about our current menu, or to inquire about unique dietary requirements
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Multi Course Menu Format
$150 per person
(effective on January 1st, 2020)
HASSUN (Seasonal assortment)
AGE MONO (Fried dish)
YAKI MONO (Grilled dish)
WAN MONO (Soup dish)
GOHAN MONO (Rice dish)
MIZU MONO (dessert)
( The menu is subject to change)