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Dim Ssam This Sunday at Sakaya Kitchen

Dim Ssam Sundays at Sakaya Kitchen begins this Sunday, March 14th. Instead of Sakaya's usual counter service, diners at the Dim Ssam will be given table service. In addition to new dim ssam items, Sakaya's menu items will be served in half portions for between $2 to $5 per plate. "Some serious Korean classics (with) a few playful combinations of my American past" says owner Richard Hale. Damn, this dim ssam looks slammin'! Check out the menu:


"Dim Ssam Sunday"

  • Edamame w/ Garlic & Ginger Sauce
  • Papa's Shrimp & Pork Egg Rolls, Fuji Vinegar
  • Kimchi Egg Rolls, House Made "Duck Sauce"
  • Steamed Pork Bun & Sweet Chili Scallion Sauce
  • Spicy Soft Shell Crab Steamed Bun
  • Butterhead Lettuce Salad, Raw Honey Dressing
  • Ginger Chinese Broccoli
  • Scallion Waffle Topped w/ Korean Fried Chicken
  • Apple Kimchi French toast w/maple syrup & Goat Cheese
  • Korean Oyster Taco w/ balloon flower kimchi, scallion cream
  • Korean Pork Taco w/ baby radish kimchi, scallion cream
  • Korean Breakfast Burrito w/ roast pork, hash browns, kimchi eggs
  • "Roku Gai" Bulgogi Slider Caramelized Shallots, Blue Cheese
  • Korean dog w/ scallion kimchi, purple slaw, sesame mustard cream
  • Kimchi & aged cheddar grilled cheese
  • Honey Orange Pork Ribs
  • Korean Fried Chicken Wings, Pickles
  • Spicy Korean Fried Chicken Wings, Pickles
  • Korean Fried "Popcorn" Shrimp Wrap
  • Peanut Chicken Lettuce Wrap
  • Angus Beef Bulgogi Lettuce Wrap
  • Roasted Pork Sweet Chili Lettuce Wrap
  • Kimchi, Oyster & Pork Lettuce Wrap
  • Calamari w/Ssamjang
  • Fried oysters w/Ssamjang
  • Wok omelet with chili & soy
  • Kimchi Scrambled Eggs
  • Kimchi Pancakes
  • Kimchi Fried Rice
Banchan
  • Assorted Korean Small Dish Sides
Kimchi
  • Scallion
  • Napa Cabbage
  • Radish
  • Apple
  • Bok choy

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