Groomat a very young age, chef Tommy was destined to be a great sushi chef. His first exposure was starting out from the bottom learning the in's and out's about the business. Along the way he also spent about 7 years freelancing to learnnew techniques and ideas about the craft. He also gets much inspirations from other successful chefs such as Nobu and Morimoto. If you get a chance to dine at Kaiseki, let Chef Tommy's magic hands show you an unforgettable dining experience.
What is Kaiseki?
The word Kaiseki originally had little to do with cooking or tea. The Kai means "bosom" and Seki means "stone", and the term comes from the habit of monks in training to carry a heated stone in their robes, the warmth of which was intended to starve off hunger. Over the years, the word cam to mean light meals to ward off the pangs of an empty stomach.
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