Shiki Beverly Hills

Shiki Beverly Hills Launches Seven-Course Wagyu and Sake Omakase Menu

A-5 Wagyu works its way into several of the menu’s courses

Shiki Restaurant’s Chef Shigenari Fujimoto has crafted a new A-5 grade Wagyu and sake centered omakase menu that perfectly pairs the coveted beef with seafood dishes for an unique twist on the surf and turf experience.

Zen-Noh, the Japanese National Federation of Agricultural Cooperative Association, provides top Wagyu and other products to Shiki, as well as other stores and restaurants in the Los Angeles area. Chef Fujimoto worked as an omakase chef for years and previously worked in both Matsuhisa and Asanebo kitchens.

“Shiki” translates to “four seasons” in English, symbolizing the traditional Washoku technique of bringing harmony to food and highlighting flavors and ingredients sourced from Japan.

The new omakase seven course dinner includes Kumamoto oysters served with sea urchin, caviar and house made ponzu salsa; sea bream over mixed vegetables; A-5 grade Wagyu beef with truffle oil; Amberback sashimi; A-5 grade Wagyu with heirloom tomatoes; an assortment of sea bream, tuna and salmon sushi and miso soup. Diners can also opt for a sake pairing which includes four unique sakes from a variety of Japanese distributors.

Shiki’s new  menu highlighting A-5 grade Wagyu will please both traditionalists and those new to trying omakase dining. The atmosphere, service and top quality ingredients provide a unique and special experience.

Shiki is located at 410 N. Canon Drive in Beverly Hills.

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