A seated dinner. Guests are welcome to BYOB wine and beer; we will also have bottles for sale.
Mariko Grady is the founder of Aedan, a local company making traditional Japanese fermented foods. Mariko joined the La Cocina food incubator program in 2012, and now sells at the Ferry Plaza farmers’ market. Join Mariko for an Japanese authentic dinner featuring her fermented food - including miso, shio koji, and amazake - with local seasonal vegetables and sustainable fish. Until now, Mariko has only offered private parties fora few special friends as a private chef. She is excited to present her fifth pop-up restaurant at 18 Reasons, and to share her love for traditional Japanese foods with our community.
Four-Kinds Miso Tasting Plate
Three-Kinds Aemono (Salad) Tasting Plate
Tuna-Avocado Mini-Don with Homemade Shio Koji
Kaku-Miso Marinated Black Cod with Grated Daikon
Rice with Special Aedan Seasoning
Seasonal Amazake Dessert