Sushi upon sushi trays Japanese food catering for all occasions—sushi is undoubtedly one of the most popular options for events of any kind. Japanese cuisine is often said to be incomplete without the appearance of sushi or sashimi. The presence of sushi in the midst of your celebration gives it an authentic Japanese taste. It’s a very versatile food that can be served for both a formal occasion and a casual get-together. Sushi catering is definitely a solid choice for any events. Do some digging to find a specialty catering nearest to you, ask what Japanese wedding food catering menu they have and see whether it’s going to suit your upcoming event.
Japanese food catering: have some okonomiyaki!
The savory Okonomiyaki is originally a dish created to use up all kinds of leftovers. This makes okonomiyaki one of the most versatile food that you can cook up using many kinds of ingredients. The Kansai style okonomiyaki (Osaka) is the type of dish that’s most popular. Having a counter with a diner-style with chefs preparing the food immediately in front of the customers is also an excellent way to entertain your guests.
Savor some takoyaki to take it easy
This ball-shaped dish is easy to enjoy as you stand and move around. Thanks to this, takoyaki is an excellent choice for your guests to enjoy during snack time. The dish is also a great choice for an all-day catering menu. It’s delightful to munch on and thanks to the ingredients, it could be very filling. Give your Japanese food catering a call and ask whether they serve takoyaki as one of their menus.
Japanese food catering: Winding down with some sake
Sake is undoubtedly obligatory for some people when it comes to celebrating events of all kind. The Japanese always celebrate with their sakes. So make sure to have some if you’re organizing a Japanese-themed event. Along with the usual sake, some other alcoholic beverages much-beloved in Japan are soju (popular in Japan but of Korean cuisine origin), yuzushu (this can be considered as a type of sake), and the Suntory whiskey.
Enjoy some kakigori for that summer vibe
Kakigori is a type of dessert made of shaved ice. People of all age loved having their cups of shaved ice resembling a mountain, with syrup and some sweetener as a flavoring. This is also a type of “festival food”, but it can be found everywhere in Japan during the summer months. The texture of the ice is fluffy and lighter compared to the common shaved ice. For a Japanese food catering in events, the kakigori is usually served in a fancy manner; slices of fresh or frozen fruits are used mixed with the ice or on the surface.