Monday, October 3, 2011

Summer is Gone, Welcome Fall

And with Fall comes exciting
new food and sake specials

This season includes some classic favorites
including some new delights

such as...

"Hotatofu" Kushiyaki
Minced Scallop and Shitake mushroom croquettes w/ Tofu
and vegetables croquettes on skewers

Daikon Salad
Thinly sliced Daikon radish and bean sprouts w/
a miso-vegetable dressing

Tofu Steak
Served with mixed vegetables on a cast iron skillet

Kalbi Yaki
Grilled Kalbi rib steak with mustard sauce
tender and jujicy :-,)

Thank you for supporting Kasadela since 2003. In appreciation of all the love and support we have been thinking of ways we could also support our customers as well, especially now in this time of great financial difficulty we are experiencing. So may we present Kasadela incentives:

  • Goku Raku 5:30-8:00pm (every night)- Creamy refreshing Sapporo Draft pint $3.50 perfect for after work.

  • Genki Menu 5:30-7:30 (every night) - specials on Kasadela favorites like Tebasaki chicken wings 5piece order with a beer or hot sake for $10 (all night on Monday) or the super fabulous Kasadela tasting set, a feast of staff favorites complete with a glass of cold sake for $25.

  • Gaku Wari (m,t,w)- %20 off for all students with i.d., discount applied per party not per person.

See You Soon :-) !!!


On Friday October 7th Lucky Rice and the Japanese Culinary Center presents a night of sake paired with foods from multiple regions of Japan. Kasadela has been invited to feature our Nagoya style Tebasaski chicken wings. It will be a great show if you can make it please come.

"Brooklyn’s Hibino will present that most elegant of Japanese foods kaiseki-ryori which originated in Kyoto, the ancient seat of imperial power. Hakata Tonton, which has transported the pork specialties from the southern Japanese island of Kyushu to the West Village will be providing bites. Kasadela – based in Alphabet City – will show you what a sticky, sweet and spicy Nagoya-style tebasaki (chicken wing) tastes like. Otafuku located on 9th Street, will be cooking their take on okonomiyaki which translates to “as you like it” meaning that you can have that Japanese pancake your way. Michelin star decorated Kyo Ya, usually tucked away in the East Village, will come out to play and represent Hokkaido as will 47th Street’s sleek sushi bar Tsushima."

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Tickets for the Joy of Sake tasting show are now available for purchase @ Kasadela. Tickets are $90 so if you are interested and happen to be at the restaurant...
more info:

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