Since we have been using our Delivery service for sushi in Munich we are always pleased to receive orders from employees of a renowned management consulting agency in Munich.
Now we were allowed to host a catering for the retention pool in the company, where young people would come together and enjoy a fine lunch break between different workshops.
Japanese soybean pods, sprinkled with a little salt, nutritious and healthy, to be plucked out like a white sausage 😉
Nasu Miso Itame
Deep-fried and fried eggplant strips with a sweet-smelling Japanese miso sauce - vegetarian and always super-popular due to an elaborate cooking process in our house.
Of course, sushi is always very popular for catering, because it can be eaten uncomplicated like a small finger food. For this catering on Munich's Ludwigstraße, we have compiled a small selection based on the available budget,
Nigiri (the classic sushi form in Japan)
- Shake (Salmon)
- Maguro (tuna)
- Shiromi (white fish)
- Saba (Markele)
- Aka Ebi (red shrimp)
- Unagi (eel)
- Inari (tofu pocket with rice)
- Tamago (omelet from organic eggs)
Makimono (sushi rolls)
- Dorade Bo Sushi
- Unakyu Maki (cucumber with Japanese plum paste)
- Spider Roll (a sansaro extra roll with SoftShellCrab)
- Mediterranean (our classic sansaro extra roll since 2009)
- Bharat (refresh extra roll with shrimp, mango, bell bell pepper)
- Shakekawa teriaki (salmon skin with spicy sauce)
- Ebi mayo maki (shrimp with Japanese mayonnaise)
- Shake-Avo-Chūmaki (medium roll with salmon and avocado)
- Avocado Maki
- Walnut Maki
- Chard Bo Sushi
- Yuzu Taku Maki (pickled Japanese radish with Yuzu-Zest)
- Paprika Phila (Uramaki with peppers and cream cheese)
- Futomaki (thick roll with several vegetarian ingredients)
- Shiitake maki (with shiitake mushrooms)
- Ninjin maki (with carrots)
- Kappmaki (with organic cucumber)
A small selection of hot dishes to complement and alternative to sushi.
Vegetarian Hiyashi Chuka
Hiyashi Chuka (冷やし中華) means as much as "cold Chinese", because the noodles are originally Chinese style and the Japanese have virtually made a kind of Japanese national dish out of it. It's very popular in Japan in the summer, and in Munich it even used to wow star chefs on our lunch menu. Today in catering, we have the misfortune that the weather is supposed to be rainy on the very day we serve this cool summer dish. Nevertheless, may your mood be lifted by the delicious pasta.
Small Azuki Chocolate Cheesecake
Matcha tureen with anko and small fruit decoration
We hope that all guests enjoyed the catering and we are grateful for another great and appreciative cooperation!