Four-course winemaker dinner at CHAYA Brasserie

On Tuesday, May 3 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., Beverly Hills’ iconic 25-year old dining destination—CHAYA Brasserie Beverly Hills—and acclaimed Japanese-French Executive Chef Harutaka Kishi (worked and trained under Joël Robuchon and Gordon Ramsay), will host California’s first LEED® Gold Certified winery—HALL Winery and winemaker Steve Leveque—for a special four-course winemaker dinner ($85 per person, all-inclusive). Guests will enjoy Chef Haru’s innovative Euro-Asian cuisine featuring vibrant flavor combinations paired with the HALL Winery’s signature Napa Valley wines, namely:

Salmon Mi-Cuit with Wasabi Cream and Wild Arugula (Pinot Noir, Roessler, “Blue Jay”, 2009, Alexander Valley)

Duck Confit Risotto with Chive Blossom and Five Spice Reduction (Merlot, Hall, Napa Valley, 2006)

Moroccan Lamb Duo with Dates, Fresh Garbanzo, Olives and Couscous (Cabernet Sauvignon, Hall, Napa Valley, 2008)

Fallen Chocolate Cake with Banana Ice Cream (Late Harvest Sauvignon Blanc, Hall, Napa Valley, 2005)

WHEN: Tuesday, May 3, 2011 6.30 – 8.30 p.m. COST: Four-course menu with wine pairings: $85 per person (all-inclusive)

Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling 310.859.8833 or by visiting WHERE:CHAYA Brasserie Beverly Hills 8741 Alden Drive Los Angeles, CA 90048 310.859.8833

CHAYA: CHAYA has an unprecedented 390-year history of restaurants owned and operated by the same Tsunoda family both in Japan and California. CHAYA began under an enormous shade tree in Hayama, Japan, centuries ago, where they offered tea, sweets, and respite to weary horseback travelers. Today, there are two locations in Japan (Hikage Chaya and La Marée de Chaya) and four locations in California (Beverly Hills, Venice, Downtown L.A., and San Francisco). Famous for serving imaginative French-Japanese cuisine and for a tradition of unmatched hospitality, the company recently celebrated the 25th anniversary of the CHAYA Brasserie in Beverly Hills. The 20th anniversary of CHAYA Venice takes place in April 2010, with the 10-year anniversary of CHAYA Brasserie San Francisco to follow in September. In September 2009, CHAYA joined forces with Careers through Culinary Arts Programs for a year-long partnership to help underserved high school students who are interested in pursuing a career in the hospitality and food-service industries get the education they deserve. CHAYA also operates three Los Angeles-area locations of its popular, casual macrobiotic eatery, M Café. For more information on all CHAYA Restaurants and M Café, please visit or CHAYA and M Café are also on Twitter at and

comments powered by Disqus