Gyotaku Art Lunch: Sakana Three Ways
|Saturday 16th November 11:00 am||$95.00 + booking fee||Tickets on sale July 18|
Miki’s Open Kitchen would like to present the Japanese way of enjoying Sakana – Fish 3 ways.
Gyotaku; A Japanese method of marking or painting a fish that fishermen have used in the past to display catch. Introducing Local Gyotaku artist Adam Ashdown to show how this method is now a unique artform, painting with squid ink to produce ‘edible art’. Head chef Miki will demonstrate from his open kitchen the slicing of traditional sashimi using the art materials. Finishing the trio by Eating the fish in the best way – fresh sashimi.
A delectable 3 course lunch will be included with optional matching premium Japanese sake ($30 per person – payable at the time of the event).
This is a rare opportunity for a collaboration of food and art in the southwest.