For the first time ever in America legandary Ghengis Khan chef Ogata-san will prepare Hokkaido style Lamb BBQ alongside Hokkaido Brewing's Otaru and Fruit beers.
This event is open to the public, you do NOT need a ticket to enter. There will be a specail ticketed section in the back for the all you-can eat and drink tickets.
Pre-sale tickets are available now at special pricing
- $45 Food Plate includes selection from entire menu ($55 day of price)
- $25 Beer Sampler includes endless 4oz samples of all available Hokkaido Beers ($35 day of)
- $65 Combo ($80 day off)
- $9 for Otaru and Fruit beers
Hokkaido Brewing, a craft beer from Otaru, the infamous fishing port in the northernmost island of Hokkaido in Japan, known for having the most sushi restaurants on one street and where kids jump off the roofs of their schools into snow and finish a night of drinking with parfait (Ice Cream Sundaes). Previously only available in NJ and the greater Philadelphia area is now available in New York City.
Exclusive selection of Hokkaido Brewing Otaru and Fruit Beers.
Otaru Beers: Amber Ale, Lager, White, Porter, Stout
Fruit Beers: Yuzu, Melon, Cherry Berry, Peach, Pear, Honey Apple
Dr Clark First ever Hokkaido-themed restaurant in NYC. Dr. Williams Clark is an American doctor who was appointed to be the first principal of Hokkaido University and influenced the cultivation of Hokkaido by educating Agricultural knowledge across the region. He became the symbol of Hokkaido with his famous saying “Boys, be ambitious.” and known to be the first person who popularized Japanese curry. The restaurant will carry variety of Hokkaido cuisines; though, the focus will be on Genghis Khan, Dr Clark is the first doing this in the country.
Munetake Ogata known throughout Japan for his former Yokosuka restaurant “Sanka” which the Former Prime minister, Mr Koizumi, claims to be “the best meal” in his life is our chef and producer. Additionally, the duo Yudai Kanayama and Keisuke Kasagi (both from Hokkaido) who are responsible for Izakaya, Samurice and recently Hanon, NYC first Udon Factory, will uphold the day-to-day management.
Advanced Preview of the menu
- Genghis Khan (Hokkaido style Lamb BBQ) one plate includes slices of lamb and assorted vegetables. $15
- Hokkaido style yakisoba $12
- Zangi (Hokkaido way of calling karaage fried chicken) $12
- Scallop rice $10
- Grilled Squid $10
- Teriyaki Corn (Grilled corn, Hokkaido style) $6
All you can eat and drink sessions: