Executive Chef Akira Hayashi and his culinary team are delighted to host the Oita Prefecture Food Fair at the Yamazato restaurant on the 28th floor of Hotel Okura Macau from March 15 to April 9.
Oita Prefecture is located in the northeastern part of Kyushu, which is covered by forests, rivers and streams that flow from the Kirishima mountain range to give the prefecture rich water sources and largest number of hot spring in all of Japan. With these riches of nature, Oita prefecture has become one of the top producers of shiitake mushrooms, Kabosu (a green citrus fruit), Tiger shrimp and Oita Bungo beef which is delicately marbled, with a rich taste that melts in the mouth. Chicken is also a staple food in Oita with popular dishes being Karaage (fried chicken), Toriten (tempura fried chicken), and chicken Nanban (fried chicken steak).
For lunch, the Oita Kaiseki Set-Lunch is priced at MOP $580 per person or at MOP $668 with sake pairing. It includes famed Oita Prefecture dishes including Kunimi Seaweed and Himejima Tiger Shrimp Tofu with Vinegar Miso, Beppu Bay Thin Tuna and Striped Jack Fish, Tempura Chicken, Oita Nakatsu Higata Bijin Oyster shell, Kabosu Yellowtail Rice, Oita Yam and Burdock Soup and Kabosu Lime Jelly.
For dinner, the Oita Kaiseki Set-Dinner is priced at MOP $1,380 per person or at MOP $1,530 with sake pairing. It is also include Oita’s famed delicacies Kunimi Seaweed and Himejima Tiger Shrimp Tofu with Vinegar Miso, Clear Soup of Softshell Turtle and Grilled Mochi, Beppu Bay Thin Sliced Flounder and Tuna, Oita Bungo Beef Steak with Shitake Mushroom, Tempura Chicken, Oita Nakatsu Higata Bijin Oyster shell, Oita Yam and Burdock Soup and Kabosu Lime Jelly.
When: March 15 to April 9, 2017
Opening Hours: 12:00 – 3:00pm and 5:30 – 10:00pm hours (last order 9:30pm)
It is open daily except Mondays and you can utilize up to 3-hours valet parking (main entrance at Diamond lobby)
Where: Yamazato 28/F Hotel Okura Macau, Galaxy Macau, Cotai, Macau
How much: MOP $580, MOP $668, MOP $1,380, MOP $1,539