THE GOODS FROM KISSA TANTO
Vancouver, BC | Chinatown’s acclaimed Kissa Tanto is celebrating New Year’s Eve with a five course set menu paired with no end of sparking wine. There will be a live band – the Krystle Dos Santos Trio – playing throughout the evening. Tickets are $250 per person including tax and gratuity (non-refundable). To reserve a table, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the restaurant (778-379-8078) and ask to speak to James.
KISSA TANTO | NEW YEARS EVE MENU
Potato, caviar, celery, curry
Seasonal Fish Crudo
yuzu apple, radish, mint, garlic vinaigrette
crispy potato, chili and kabosu pickled cucumber, saffron aioli
endive, preserved cherry tomato, ginger and tarragon vinaigrette
roasted maitake mushrooms, bruschetta
braised wagyu beef cheek ragu, pecorino, ginger gremolata
lobster, tomato, shiso, smoked butter, chili
potato, Sicilian olive and pancetta stuffed cabbage, saffron and roasted cippolini, mustard polenta, arima Sancho jus
roasted cauliflower, chewy beets, melted leaks, chanterelles, creamy yuzu and shellfish sauce
mousse, brutti ma buoni, almond and ginger crumble
sesame and honey ice cream, vanilla and kabosu cream, sour apple
Tannis Ling – Co-owner
Joël Watanabe – Chef/Co-owner
Alain Chow – Chef/Co-owner
James Langford-Smith – General Manager
Wendy McGuinness – Bar Manager
ABOUT KISSA TANTO – HOUSE OF PLENTY
Tucked into the upper story of a delightfully faded building in Chinatown, Kissa Tanto invites you into the little jewel that is the House of Plenty. First we will eat! Such supreme satisfaction we take from the delicate flavours of Japan and the warmth of ltalian cooking and feel it’s right to bring these culinary forces together to do a little dance. Why not? Soul mates are they not with their mutual love of noodles, rice, and proteins in their pure, delicious uncooked form? Think of the cool elegant crudo and cruda, crisp exotic salads, playful pastas, and rich, tender meats that we shall sink our teeth into. And whilst doing so, we will drink! We will wipe the frost off of the Singapore Sling, inhale the burgundy scent of Barolo, sip tiny glasses of fine sake, and down chilly glasses of beer.
And we will laugh, tell stories, escape to soulful places that only great music can take us, and hold hands in dark corners. So please fix your hair and wipe the mud from your boots and please come in.