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Posh to Put On Japanese Sake Dinner

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Lucky for us, Joshua Hebert, sweetbreads guru and owner and chef of Posh, the contemporary American restaurant tucked into the Optima Camelview condos, did a stint in Tokyo in his 20's. It makes his Japanese sake dinner, from 6 to 9 p.m. on Wednesday, September 28, that much more captivating.

Hebert's dinner will pair six courses of dishes such as persimmon pudding with kongee and nori, tempura kabocha, and green tea pot du creme with a different sake, the Japanese alcoholic drink made from fermented rice.

For the full menu and reservation details, follow the jump.

Posh Japanese Sake Dinner Menu

Amuse-Bouche End-of-season sweet corn fritter

First Course Persimmon pudding with kongee and nori

Second Course Chestnut puree and baby smelts

Third Course Tempura kabocha

Fourth Course Maguro and special soy sauce with edamame

Fifth Course Short rib, plum salt, braised turnips and carrots,wild mushroom ragout

Sixth Course Green tea pot du creme

Cost is $75 per person, plus tax and gratuity. Includes sake pairings. Call 480-663-7674 for reservations.

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