Shiro-Shoyu Marinated Kona Kampachi "Nigiri"
Sustainable Princess Conch, Tri-Color Tobiko & Kumamoto Oyster
Perrier Jouet Grand Brut
3 ounces Kona Kampachi
3 ounces White Soy Sauce
1 t. Yuzu Juice
1 T. Lemon Juice
1 T. Rice Vinegar
2 T. Sugar
4 pieces Sustainable Princess Conch
¼ ounce Yuzu Tobikko
¼ ounce Jalapeño Tobikko
¼ ounce Red Tobikko
4 each Kumamoto Oysters
1 each Shallot (minced)
Splash Perrier Jouet Grand Brut
Kona Kampachi Nigiri:
About Roy Yamaguchi's 20th Anniversary Culinary Tour
Fourth Stop: San Francisco, Thurs., April 10, 5-9:30 p.m.
Roy's 20th Anniversary Culinary Tour features a specially prepared five-course dinner prepared by Yamaguchi and each city's chef partner (in San Francisco, Ty Mahler), using local produce and artisan products (SF menu follows). The menu will be paired with fine wines and cocktails from tour partner, Pernod Ricard, which owns some of the world's most prestigious beverage brands. Served with the type of aloha spirit that has made the dining experience at Roy's a favorite among guests, the evening promises to be a memorable celebration.
The schedule for Roy Yamaguchi's 20th Anniversary Culinary Tour follows:
Orlando, FL Wednesday, March 5
Los Angeles, CA Thursday, March 20
Las Vegas, NV Tuesday, April 8
San Francisco, CA Thursday, April 10
Chicago, IL Thursday, May 22
Philadelphia, PA Tuesday, August 19
New York, NY Wednesday, September 17
Atlanta, GA Tuesday, September 23
Baltimore, MD Thursday, September 25
The Roy's in San Francisco is located at 575 Mission St. Reservations (415-777-0277) are recommended, and are available from 5 to 9:30 p.m. The cost of the event is $100 per person plus tax and gratuity.
About the Honolulu 20th Anniversary Spectacular:
Roy's 20th Anniversary Culinary Tour will conclude in Honolulu with the 20th Anniversary Spectacular to be held on October 4 and 5. The event will be staged near the iconic Diamond Head, the most famous volcanic crater in the world, located on the southeast coast of O'ahu overlooking Waikiki and the Pacific Ocean. The event extravaganza will feature cuisine by a pantheon of renowned chefs: Nobu Matsuhisa, Alan Wong, Lee Hefter, Charlie Trotter, Charlie Palmer, John Besh, Michael Lomonaco, Alessandro Stratta, Tetsuya Wakuda, Eric Ripert, Sam Leong, François Payard, Hiro Sone, Lissa Doumani, Raphael Lunetta, Michael Ginor, Don Pintabona, Floyd Cardoz, Yuji Wakiya, Tony Liu, Ron Siegel and Hiroyuki Sakai. A portion of the proceeds from the event will benefit the Culinary Institute of America and the Culinary Institute of the Pacific.