MORE ABOUT THIS EXPERIENCELearn how to mix, shake, stir & twist your Sunday afternoon at Kobe Jones Japanese Restaurant, King Street Wharf, Sydney. Get your friends, work colleagues, corporate event or any 10 of your favourite people together to share this unusual but sensational Sunday afternoon.
Floor to ceiling glass doors fold back to a spacious covered terrace and every table has stunning water views over spectacular Darling Harbour.
Tips & tricks will be shared by the professional staff as they guide you from traditional to modern in your 2 hour Cocktail Masterclass of fun & madness.
Don't just wonder about 'Tokyo Blue', or a 'Kobe Sunset' or a 'Japanese Mojito' but learn to mix it up and then delight in sipping your cocktails as your visually stimulating canapes are prepared exclusively for you & your friends by your private Teppanyaki chef.
Kobe Jones has created Japanese cuisine with unique fusions of flavours, where East meets West with a Californian twist. Tastes of perfect harmony in the 'Lollipop Sushi' of tuna, snapper or kingfish, crab salad, asparagus, smelt roe, wrapped in thinly peeled cucumber & soy sauce vinaigrette or an oyster shooter infused with mango sake!
BET YOU DIDN'T KNOWKobe is the sixth largest city in Japan on the southern side of the main island, Honshu. From an ancient fishing village to a cosmopolitan port city, Kobe is the origin & namesake of Kobe beef.
Kobe beef refers to the cuts of beef from the black Tajima-ushi breed of Wagyu cattle. These cattle were introduced into Japan in the 2nd Century as work animals in rice fields.
As beef consumption became more prominent, workers were employed to massage the animals to improve meat quality. Rugged, Japanese mountains isolated the breed, herds became significantly different from other breeds resulting in distinguishing quality of meat.
Kobe Jones is named after the ancient fishing village & famous Kobe beef to represent the best of Japanese food ethic epitomised by freshness & quality. The Jones part is a typical western name representing Western influences & flavours. The combination led to the name Kobe Jones.