The recent Expat Wine Dinner held at Kobe Japanese Restaurant was a great time for everyone who came. Despite the usual traffic and late-afternoon thunderstorm, everyone turned up and enjoyed a marvellous and eclectic Japanese meal, complemented with a number of wines from Australia and South Africa, along with Japanese sake with the sashimi course.
Diners enjoyed deep-fried prawns, edamame, a trio of sashimi, grilled Japanese mackerel, sushi, and more, all in the run-up to the main course, a choice of tiger prawns or a lovely Black Angus ribeye. The dessert course, for those who had any room left, was an unusual and tasty black sesame ice cream. Wines from Australia’s Coopers Crossing and South Africa’s Drostdy Hof vineyards were paired with each course, and the assembled guests had a great evening of wining and dining and socializing with each other.
Source: The Expat Magazine January 2015
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