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Sakaya's Super Bowl Sunday Spread To Go

"Not your father's Superbowl menu" is how Richard Hales describes the array of catered foods he is offering for pickup this Sunday. And it's true: Not a nachos in sight. Instead, for $130 you can feed 8 to 10 people on "the best of" Sakaya Kitchen
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Included in the package:

Dirty South Korean Pulled Pork Sliders: Pulled pork in Korean BBQ sauce topped with kimchi slaw and house pickle.
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Kalbi Korean Short Rib Taco - Grilled kalbi, spicy cheese, roasted sesame sprout salad on a grilled soft taco. 

Chunk'd Spicy Cheesey Tater Tots: Tater Tots first smothered in ssamjang, then melting cheese and "chunk'd" with short rib. 

Dae Ji Spicy Pork Croquetas

Crispy Chicken Wings: Tossed in ginger garlic sauce.

Available for pickup at Sakaya Kitchen on Superbowl Sunday, February 6.

Sakaya Kitchen 
3401 N. Miami Ave. 
305-576-8096

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