South Florida’s Asian-Inspired Experiences

It’s no secret that South Florida has a TON of Asian dining concepts and it’s seems to be growing rapidly. I’ve provided a few highlights from three different Asian options, serving up culinary classes, tastings and new offerings.

SAKE TASTING AT CASA SENSEI – Offered the last Thursday of the month
Casa Sensei is offering sake tastings on the last Thursday of every month. Attendees will taste a variety of sake selections and let the master sommelier lead you into the world of sake. This fun and educational tasting session will give you an idea of sake fundamentals to solve the mystery behind Junmai and Ginjo, as well as unlock the secret of glassware and accessories. After tasting, enjoy a pleasant and unforgettable Pan-Asian dinner experience at the restaurant, either on the water via Riverfront Gondola Tours or in the dining room. $28pp
Scrambling for date ideas? Make for the waterfront, and for a class that will keep you smiling for years. At Sushi 101 at Shooters Waterfront you and your significant other will learn how to prepare two popular sushi rolls. After you’ve sampled your work, wash it all down with sake.Join us on Friday, May 17, 2019 at 6:30 PM for a sushi-making class that will put your chef skills to the test. At Sushi 101, you will learn how to prepare two popular sushi rolls, and after you’ve sampled your work, wash it all down with some sake. This class is scheduled monthly. $40pp

TYO Sushi, a new kosher concept, opened at The Lincoln Eatery in March, serving traditional Japanese and contemporary rolls, Bento boxes and Poke bowls. Helmed by Chef Roger Epres, menu highlights include the Miami-inspired Cuban Roll, a combination of spicy ahi tuna, avocado, tomato, mango salsa and a crispy plantains, as well as the fresh South Beach roll, a healthy choice that combines the fresh flavor of seaweed cucumber and jalapeno sans rice.

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