Like any expert meat connoisseur, you appreciate the miraculous power of a high-quality steak.
So when the time comes to honor the gods of perfectly marbled beef, you know how to pay your respects.
This week, Katana celebrates the sought-after beauty of A5-grade Wagyu from Saga Prefecture, Kyushu, Japan with a limited time menu highlighting the awesomeness of some of the world’s finest meat.
And you're attending services. There’s high-end ribeye to be worshipped, of course. And meatballs, filet mignon, and Wagyu and lobster skewers with uni butter and truffle essence.
But because this is also a sushi joint, you’ll bow down to beef sashimi on ice with ponzu dip and along with your charcoal-grilled skirt steak and sliders.
If spending a few nights at the altar of awe-inspiring beef (read: at a corner table with Wagyu tartare in a croissant pastry, egg salad, and caviar) is what it takes to keep the meat deities happy, you’re willing to make the sacrifice.
Missing out would be disrespectful.