Tak invests in Japanese brunch

By on October 20, 2018

Every Saturday serves the restaurant Tak a Temaki Bonanza, which is similar to Japanese tacobrunch. Now the brunch is expanded with classic Japanese dishes and several kinds of Bloody Mary.

In the Japanese homes Temaki is Swedish tacofriday when the family makes their own sushi cones of rice paper at the dining tables. The accessories consist of everything from meat, fish and mushrooms to vegetables. That’s exactly what the guests at Tak will experience during Temaki Bonanza brunch on Saturdays. From 20 October, the à la carte dishes are also served chiraschisushi, chicken frame and donburri and Japanese Bloody Mary beneath.

– When I make sushi home, it’s always in the form of Temaki, says Frida Ronge, culinary leader at Tak. Making your own cones from a variety of accessories is a fun and social way to eat. But for those who do not want to make their own sushi cones, Taks brunch is now expanding with classic Japanese dishes.

In the Tekmaki Bonanza includes salmon shashimi, yuzukoshosausage, tenderloin, enoki mushroom, deep-fried rind, trout spawn, Japanese omelette, marinated egg and cabbage root gari, salad, soy and sesame mayonnaise, and nori and rice for SEK 265. À la carte dishes cost between SEK 215 and SEK 265. On the menu there are also desserts from pancakes and creme brûlée to misoglass with puffed rice. Tax brunch is served from 12:00 on Saturdays.

Helena Olofsson, Food & Beverage | Stockholm