Yoshi's is a traditionally inspired, forward-thinking sushi food cart in the Multnomah Village French Quarter in Portland, OR created by Chef Yoshi Ikeda.

 

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POP-UP OMAKASE
NOVEMBER & DECEMBER DATES TBA

 

SAMPLE Omakase Purchase Conditions

Located inside the Multnomah VIllage French Quarter, Yoshi’s Sushi, in partnership with Bird in Hand Beer Co., will offer 40 seats over the October 5-6 weekend with a 15 course omakase.

Saturday, October 5th, 2019: 5:00PM & 7:45PM.
Sunday, October 6th, 2019: 500PM & 7:45PM.

Omakase is $100.00 per person, inclusive of gratuity.

Upon your arrival at the Multnomah Village French Quarter, 3530 SW Multnomah Blvd, Portland, OR 97219, check in inside the bar area for seats.

Ticketing

Your $100.00 ticket is inclusive of your 15-course omakase dinner and a $10.00 gratuity. Drinks purchased on-site will be through Bird in Hand Beer Co. and will be charged in a separate transaction at the end of dinner.

Reservation Confirmations

Reservations can be made strictly through email at hello@yoshispdx.com. Because of the nature of our food cart business, we can not take reservations over the phone. Again, please make reservations through email.

Yoshi’s Sushi will email confirmation upon purchase of ticket(s). If you confirmation email is not in your inbox or spam folder, please email hello@yoshispdx.com with your FULL NAME (used during the booking process) and the date in which your made reservations. We will do our best to respond as quickly as possible.

Seating and Arrivals

Seatings will begin at 4:45PM/7:30PM and your 15 course omakase dinner will begin promptly at 5:00PM/7:45PM. You are welcome to enjoy drinks from a selection of beer, wine, and sake provided by Bird in Hand Beer Co.

Cancellations

We will accept cancellations and refund your ticket up to 3 days before the event by 12:00PM PST via phone or email. There will be no refunds after the deadline.

Allergies

We can only accommodate shellfish allergies. Unfortunately, we can not accommodate vegan, vegetarian, or gluten-free diets. Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish, eggs, or unpasteurized milk may increase your risk of food borne illness.