Kitchen Kibitz is teaming up with Shojo for Asian New Year, featuring an Asian/Jewish menu created by Shojo chef Jeremy Lee and Guest Chef Mark O’Leary (O Ya & jm curley alum). Join us for this dinner party style event, with 8 courses and cocktails included. Each menu item incorporates incorporates tradition from both Asian and Jewish cuisine and is chosen for it’s symbolic importance to the prosperity for the New Year.
Visit www.kitchenkibitz.com for more information on how the pop ups work.
Tax, tip and gratuity are included in ticket price. No substitutions will be made
JEWISH ASIAN NEW YEAR MENU
Black & White Challah
Pastrami Rye Bao
Luobagao Latke with Lox
Good Harvest Stir Fry Flanken
Chinese 5 Spice Kugel with Dried Longan
Tangerine Honey Shaved Snow
Black Sesame Manischewitz Mochi
Kitchen Kibitz is a pop up dining experience focused on modern Jewish cuisine. Fueled by a passion for Jewish food and imaginitive cooking, food entrepreneur Jeff Gabel teams up with Boston chefs to highlight classic flavors of the world and elevate the techniques with a modern spin. Each dinner is hosted in a different location and focuses on a unique theme to that season.
Shojo is a modern Asian restaurant and bar located in Boston’s Chinatown neighborhood. Combining Asian ingredients with non-Asian cooking techniques, or vice versa, Shojo creates unique, modern dishes that are different from anything else the city has to offer.
Event Location: Shojo
9 tyler st, Boston, 02111
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