15 September

New Restaurant Opening: Snack Bar London

Following on from their highly successful Hackney Village Fayre stand in July and the ‘Legs takeover’ in August, Snack Bar will be hosting another special event in September.

 

The latest Snack Bar London opening: Midnight Yakitori

 

Midnight Yakitori, Saturday 16th September – Midnight to 4am

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Held at Sosharu, a short walk from Farringdon Station and within easy reach of several London events venues, Midnight Yakitori is perfect for night owls. Inspired by the changing British seasons, the venue provides delicious and refine izakaya with Japanese specialities like tempura and sashimi. Whether you’re looking for a bite to eat after a night out or a meal before an early-morning shift, this is the place to be.

 

About Yakitori 

Yakitori, a Japanese term for ‘grilled’, is skewered chicken that is typically cooked on a charcoal fire with a bamboo or steel skewer. Chefs often season it with sweet/salty or salty sauce, with all the ingredients pushed together to keep the chicken as moist as possible.

 

Led by an acclaimed catering team

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Sosharu is headed by Alex Craciun, who has worked with Jason Atherton, a Michelin Star chef and former Executive Chef of Gordon Ramsay’s Maza restaurant.

 

The cocktail bar beneath Sosharu

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Downstairs you can find the cocktail bar ‘7 Tales’, which is inspired by the vibrant nightlife of Tokyo with its hip-hop and neon lights. Here, you can sample a choice of seven Japanese-inspired cocktails and dozens of varieties of sake, a Japanese rice wine.

 

About Sake

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Literally translated as ‘alcohol’ in Japanese, Sake has been made for more than a millennium, and is available in dozens of varieties. With an ABV normally in the 15 to 16 percent range, it is a little stronger than most European and New World wines, and significantly less acidic. There are no tannins either, which means the flavour is milder, and the taste is often reminiscent of a dry white wine.

 

Interested in hosting your own Japanese-themed event soon?

Then contact Venueseeker today so we can arrange a viewing of your desired events venue in London or elsewhere.

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