Farm to Bottle - Farm to Table Namino Edition



Join us on Monday, Oct 21st, for our next

Farm to Table, Farm to Bottle Sake pairing dinner

at Ubuntu Canteen. 


This month we will be serving Sakes from Namino Oto Sake Brewery, paired with a local organic and thoughtful multi-course menu from Chef David Gunawan. We will also be  welcoming special guest Sake Maker Takashi Nakai from Namino Oto Sake Brewery to share with us some of his knowledge and stories about the fine art of Sake making and tasting.


Located in Otsu in Shiga Prefecture, Namino Oto Sake Brewery has been brewing the finest sake since 1805. The brewery is located on the shore of Lake Biwa, the largest freshwater lake in Japan. This location allows Namino Oto to use pure and clean water and the highest quality rice to brew unique sakes that can be paired with a variety of cuisines. All of the sakes are produced in small batches, allowing them to focus on the highest quality sakes. Run by three brothers, Namino Oto Sake Brewery has gained an excellent reputation among industry and sake connoisseurs. For this dinner, we will feature a range of Namino Oto sakes,

including special sakes direct from the brewery.


The featured sakes will be:


Namino Oto Tokubetsu Junmai Muroka Nama Genshu

Namino Oto Junmai Ginjo Wataribune

Namino Oto Kanai Taiichi Daiginjo

Namino Oto Super Dry Junmai Muroka Nama Genshu

Namino Oto Kabosu



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and take home two loaves of our bread a week.


Our rotating sourdoughs are made entirely of ancient organic wheat varietals, rye, red fife, oats, marquis and bishop flour grown and milled in Creston B.C. We offer one month, three-month and six-month subscriptions.


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We love throwing a fantastic party!


This year, we’ve put together a couple of different holiday party packages complete with food, drink, music and atmosphere. Groups of 15 or more can arrange to have the whole restaurant to themselves, and groups of 14 or less can book a long table for a festive family style meal. 


Contact us through the private booking page on our private bookings page.


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