Eat at delicious Millennium, help relief efforts in Japan! »
From Thursday, Mar. 24 (that’s tomorrow!) through Saturday, Mar. 26, Millennium is serving a menu that honors Japanese Cuisine and supports those affected by the recent earthquake and tsunami in Japan. Very nice. It’s a four-course prix fixe menu (served in addition to their regular menu) and it’s $58, plus an additional $25 if you want to booze it up with a wine pairing. You charitable lush, you. $10 from the menu will be donated to relief efforts in Japan.
The menu appears to be off the hook, as well. It’ll include red-miso-glazed silken tofu, sweet potato and lotus root crisp dumpling, seared shiitake mushroom and yuba cake, and a sweet surprise with green tea ice cream! I wonder what the sweet surprise is? I have some guesses but they’re all too sexual to list here.
Reservations are available, so call 415.345.3900, ext. 10, and let them know you’re calling for the Japan dinner, because you’re a good person, and deserve a parade.
Coconut crusted tofu curry photo from Yelp! What? It’s hard to take good savory food shots in a restaurant! Trust that this tasted DELICIOUS.