08 Mar Yasu Kizaki’s “Chef’s Table” is back at Izakaya Den
If you haven’t had the opportunity to experience Den Corner Chef’s Table, this is your chance! But, make a reservation fast, as the limited seating experience fills up fast.
Following strict COVID restrictions and guidelines, the Kizaki brothers, owners, and operators of nationally applauded behind Sushi Den, Izakaya Den, and Ototo Den, are bringing back their Omakase experience in a new format, and for the first time, at Izakaya Den.
Chef’s Table is meant for adult “Foodies” who are open to all types of dishes and trying new things, and is the perfect celebration for special occasions, birthdays, and anniversaries.
The guests will enjoy a dedicated Chef that will select the best of the “Daily Catch” with premier sushi and sashimi from a wide variety of freshly caught raw fish handpicked by Kizaki’s youngest brother from the Nagahama fish market in southern Japan, and from other markets worldwide.
The menu will also include cooked courses, and curated Sake pairing is available.
Located in a secluded space by the front windows close to the Izakaya Den Sushi Bar, all the precautions and social distancing practices have been implemented to create a safe space and experience for the guests. Only one table for 2 guests and one table for 4 guests, thoughtfully spaced are available. These 2 tables can also be joined as one table for 6 guests.
Due to its popularity, Den Corner Chef’s Table sells out quickly, be sure to check the website for availability. Information and reservations here
The price is $125+ gratuity and tax
Two seatings are available at 6:00 or 8:00
Den Corner Chef’s Table was recently featured in Denver Life Magazine (picture by Joni Schrantz).