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Tremont 647 (briefly) turns into an izakaya

Posted by Kara Baskin  August 30, 2013 12:00 PM

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Before we take off for the long weekend, something to plan for come September: The South End's Tremont 647 will become a Japanese izakaya for one night only on September 16. Boston's short on izakaya (think: Japanese pub food) options; sensing this, Chef Andy Husbands will concoct small sharing plates paired with sake. Tickets are on sale now for $30; scope the full menu ahead.

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Appetizers

Sake Steamed Edamame
Crispy Rice Paper
chili sea salt

Three Mushroom Dumplings
wood ear, shiitake, porcini, black vinegar dipping sauce

Takoyaki
Yakitori Chicken Skewers
Pork Meatballs
fermented bean paste, ginger

Course I

Pork Neck Ramen
braised pork belly, egg, nori

Family Style Course

Salt & Pepper Tofu
tamari curry glaze, caramelized corn

Crispy Whole Bass
Stir Fried Quinoa
mint, egg, edamame

Cold Fried Chicken Togarashi
honey wasabi

Sesame Spit Roasted Pork Loin
nori puree, candied peanuts

Sake Roasted Apples
Yuzu Pickled Beets

Dessert
Green Tea Crème Caramel
candied ginger

Jennifer’s Mochi

Dinner begins at 6 p.m.

647 Tremont St., Boston

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