On 28 August, a group of Bachelor of Arts in Culinary Arts students prepared and hosted a Japanese themed pop-up restaurant at the Four Seasons restaurant.
The purpose of the pop-up restaurant is to give students control of their own restaurant – from the creation and delivery of an authentic food and drinks menu, to the setup of the venue and service on the day.
The students were split into two groups – with one group responsible for all front-of-house duties and the other taking control of the back-of-house.
The menu, a six-course degustation, transported diners to Tokyo in style as specialties such as Zucchini sushi rolls, seared scallops and karaage chicken were served. Drinks included a range of inventive cocktails and a sake palate cleanser.
“This event has been six weeks in the making, and I’m so proud of what we’ve achieved.” – Grace Jones
“The students have done a great job of setting up this restaurant. From the menu to the décor, they’re really put their all into it.” – Gina Harrap
Last updated: 07-Sep-2015 4.07pm
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