Japanese follows English. November 27th & 28th, 4-course dinners Adults 5,800 (drinks not included) Vegetarian option available, Children welcome for the early dinner seating (2,600), 2-hour reservation times are as follows (2 seatings) 18:00 – 20:00 or 21:00 – 23:00 Menu Amuse: Lobster bisque, garlic butter crostini Entree: Caramelized persimmon, Roquefort & salt baked beetr...
New on the glass wine list for this month is a lovely ‘old school Spanish Cava and a Southern Rhone ‘simple yet welcome’ white (Viognier -Sauvignon Blanc). Reds, a couple of really great impostors from the Central Coast of California both with interesting stories behind them and cool names to boot ‘Complicated’ & ‘The Swell’ CAROL […]
Hummus Hummus-Houmous-Hummous, Hommos, Humos, Hommus and Hoummos (whichever you prefer) is a dip made from cooked, mashed chickpeas blended with tahini, olive oil, lemon juice, salt, garlic and a few spices, it is of course from the Middle East. It’s name (however you spell it) is an Arabic word that means ‘chickpeas’. Not many people […]
Fattoush is an Arabic Levantine bread salad made from toasted or fried pieces of pita bread combined with vegetables it belongs to the family of dishes known as fattat (plural) or fatta which use flatbread as a base. Sumac and lemon in the dressing give it is characteristic zesty fresh taste. 100ml Virgin olive oil […]
Our first Canadian event at Roti Roppongi, and for the important holiday Thanksgiving. Everything went very well and everyone enjoyed the great wines and hopefully my take on Canadian cuisine. Thanks to Jamie and his Heavenly Vines wine co. Hopefully this will become a yearly event at the restaurant. Below the menus and some pictures. CAST: Kitchen: Ian-Tsunoi-Gen-Anji-Ray […]
A chocolate-based dessert pie that is likely to have originated in the U.S. state of Mississippi The treat contains a gooey chocolate ganache, a flourless chocolate sponge middle and a crumbly chocolate cookie base The pie is usually served with ice cream, at Roti we serve ours with coconut ice cream, as we like the combination. While Mississippi mud pie […]