Frequently Asked Questions

Design Your Experience:

Planning your experience begins with you, your celebration, and your guests. Omakase from Japanese means “I Leave Up To The Chef”. Knowing you is key to the chef. Once he learns more about you, chef takes it to the art of crafting your menu. Each course is thoroughly developed according to the seasonal ingredients available and most importantly ensuring everyone savor each bite during the experience.

Will I need to prepare anything for the experience?

We will take care of any aspect of the experience like the porcelain, the table set up, napkins, chopsticks, glasses, water, etc. All we want you to do is emerge yourself into the experience and build long lasting memories in the company of your loved ones!

Do you accommodate dietary restrictions?

Yes, with certain exceptions. We must be made aware of dietary restrictions at least 72 hours before your event, or else they may not be accomodated.

Unfortunately certain dietary restrictions, such as requests for no rice, cannot be accomodated. We cannot accommodate vegetarian or gluten free guests. We are able to accommodate kosher guests, with 72 hours notice. We cannot accommodate soy allergies due to the nature of basic ingredients that constitute our menu. Please be sure to contact us at least 72 hours prior to your event to confirm that your dietary needs can be met.

What is Omakase?

Omakase experience is a form of Japanese dining in which guests leave themselves in the hands of the chef and receive an elegant and artistic multi-course meal crafted from seasonal ingredients.

What is your menu like?

Our Edomae style tasting menu begins with 2-4 zensais, small plates that highlight seasonal fish and vegetables. Followed by a progression of 10-14 courses of seasonal nigiris, followed by temaki hand roll, and dessert.

How long does the experience last?

In-Home omakase experience will last between 2-3 hours. Chef will arrive 1-1.5 hours prior to the experience start time and clean up after the experience is 45 min.

What Type of Sushi Do You Make?

Chef’s techniques and methods of preparation are based in Edo-style sushi. “Edo” is the old name for Tokyo, during the “Edo period”, between 1603-1868, around 260 years. As there were no refrigerators or freezers, chefs of that time had to use their wisdom and ingenuity to find safe and delicious ways to serve seafood. This style in particular evolved from a number of different methods and techniques to preserve the seafood.

What is your cancellation policy?

Cancelations or reservation changes made 72 hours prior the event time are fully refundable. Cancelations or reservation changes made 48 hours prior the event time are 50% refundable. Cancelations or reservation changes made 24 hours prior the event time are, unfortunately, non-refundable.