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      Tea Pairing Dinner Series Michelin Star Chef HoYoung Kim

      Tea Pairing Dinner Series  Michelin Star Chef HoYoung Kim

      Part 1 - Japanese Cuisine
      We are honored to host Chef HoYoung Kim for the first of his four part dinner series to showcase some of his favorite cooking styles from around the world and paired with Tea Dealers' Tea at 29b Teahouse! Chef Kim is one of NYC's most talented chef's equally passion and enthusiasm.  This is a rare opportunity to see a master outside of the kitchen in a unique and intimate dining experience.

      Monday, March 26th
      7pm welcoming cocktail reception, 8pm dinner start
      5 course prix fixe dinner with Tea and Sake pairing
      $150 per person all inclusive (excluding tax and tip) 
      Email info@tea-dealers.com or call 646.864.0093 for reservation.
      Credit card guarantee required for booking.
      Limited to only 20 seats!

      29b Teahouse
      29 Ave B between 
      NY, NY 10009
      +1.646.864.0093

      Valentine's Day Tea Kaiseki dinner at 29b Teahouse

      Valentine's Day Tea Kaiseki dinner at 29b Teahouse

      Valentine's Day Special Tea Kaiseki Dinner with our new Chef Spencer Truong!

      Wednesday 14 February
      Kaiseki Dinner with dessert and tea pairing
      $60 per person excluding tax and tip
      Optional sake pairing available
      7pm & 9pm Seatings
      Email info@tea-dealers.com or call 646.864.0093 for reservation
      Credit card guarantee required for booking

      We will be preparing a very special kaiseki dinner for Valentine's day.  Tea kaiseki is very different from the elaborate 15 course presentation done at restaurants.  Tea cuisine is humble and refined in its rustic simplicity.  Only the highest quality ingredients are used and it is a healthy meal that consists of raw and cooked fish, sometimes meat, steamed rice, vegetables, miso soup, a small dessert, and of course a bowl of matcha.