Our mission is to make people happy through Japanese home cooking. We feel fortunate to be able to share our culinary heritage with you. So, it brings us a big smile and a warm feeling inside when we hear that you appreciate our efforts. And, most importantly, that you share the same passion we do for authentic Japanese food. Thank you, Mark at Big Fish Games, for choosing Kozmo Kitchen and for being so kind with your words.
Donburi is a favorite Japanese comfort food. It’s a rice bowl with a variety of meat, seafood (cooked or raw) and/or vegetables on top of premium rice. It’s a compact and very satisfying meal. The workday lunch break you deserve!
This week, we offer two kinds of donburi: Katsu Don and Buta Shogayaki (ginger pork) Don. Actually, Katsu Don is a repeated menu since people love it 🙂 Shogayaki Don is a twist on one of our most popular bento boxes, Ginger Pork Bento. Give it a try this week! Karaage Bento is also available.
April 24 (Tue) and April 25 (Wed) – Big Fish Games, F5 Networks, Nordstrom Order
April 26 (Thu) – Amazon SLU (Wainwright, Rufus, Brazil, Blackfoot, Day1) Order
Seasonal Okowa Dinner Bento Is Back!
We offered Sansai Okowa Bento last week and got a bunch of positive comments and reviews. So we decided to do it again! Supplies are limited, but we were able to find fresh fiddle heads and bamboo shoots at local markets. However, they are very expensive ingredients, so this week will be the last offer for the year. Our other popular bentos are also available for pick-up on Friday.
Assorted Bentos April 27 (Fri) – Oroshi Katsu, Karaage Chicken and Eggplant Miso Sauce (Queen Anne & Haller Lake) Order
Okowa Bento will be available on April 28 (Sat) only (Queen Anne & Haller Lake) Order
Come home to Kozmo Kitchen!
Want to stock up your freezer with delicious Japanese home cooking? (Do we really need to ask?)
Doria is a yummy rice casserole dish topped with bechamel sauce and a variety of cheeses. Rice with shrimp or chicken and mushrooms is seasoned with ketchup and white wine. Just pop it in the oven and 45 minutes later find yourself transported to a comfy Japanese dinner table. If this is not the ultimate comfort food, what would be??
Keeping Kozmo Kitchen Take n’ Bake on hand is the perfect solution for those busy weeknights when you need something to make the whole family smile–including you! In addition to our super satisfying Shrimp Doria, we are now also offering our homey Chicken Doria.
Supplies are limited, so hurry on over and grab yours today!
I have been super-charged for the wonderful opportunity to travel to Japan with you this fall. It’s sad to report that due to some logistic issues about hotel reservations in one of the destinations, the tour has been pulled off…A new schedule has not been determined yet, but we’re planning to revisit it in a few months.
Thank you all who helped me spread the words, and those who signed up for the trip. I really hope we can make it happen soon since my home country Japan is a fascinating destination with so many surprises in each every way.
If you have any questions please let me know at email@example.com.
We are excited to announce we are now delivering lunch to Big Fish Games on Elliott Avenue.
We want to thank the Kozmo Kitchen fans who invited us–and all the folks at Big Fish Games who have started to add Japanese home cooking to their busy days.
Order 24 hours in advance and we’ll bring your lunch around 11:30.
We are excited to announce we are now delivering lunch to F5 Networks on Elliott Avenue.
We want to thank the Kozmo Kitchen fans who invited us–and all the folks at F5 who have started to add Japanese home cooking to their busy days.
Order 24 hours in advance and we’ll bring your lunch around 11:30.
Japan is a fascinating country in which ancient tradition and modern culture exist side by side. And nowhere is this more apparent than in its food and culinary traditions, which have inspired and influenced chefs all around the world. I can’t wait to share its unique ingredients, dishes, techniques and dining experiences with you.
TOUR DETAILS: Price includes accommodations, local transportation, most meals, guided activities and cooking classes. $5290 per person, double occupancy, international airfare additional.
Information on the itinerary is available at http://
WANT TO HEAR MORE? Join us for a slide presentation and an introduction to intimate tour of Japan!
WHEN: Wednesday, February 28, 2018 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
WHERE: The Riveter – Fremont (1300 N Northlake Way Suite #200, Seattle, WA 98103)
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and RSVP as the space is limited.
Just added! Jumbo Menchi katsu with homemade tonkatsu sauce. One day only! It comes with one menchi katsu, tonkatsu sauce, Japanese potato salad and cabbage.
UPDATE! Chicken Karaage Bento added to the menu for next week!
Are you Craving Japanese Comfort Food?
There is a genre called “Yoh-shoku” in Japanese cuisine. It’s Japanized European food, using ingredients that are not used in traditional cooking, such as butter, milk, cream and cheese.
Are you surprised? Intrigued? Then give it a try to one of the most popular yoshoku dishes – Doria and Menchi Katsu.
Doria is a delicious rice gratin–and the ultimate Japanese comfort food! This doria is chock-full of ingredients and brimming with flavor. It has 4 kinds of cheese, (Gruyere, Cheddar, Monterey Jack and Parmesan) with crimini mushrooms, green peas, onion and chicken. All coated in a wonderful bechamel sauce. A perfect entree by itself. Or enjoy it as a side dish. Perfect for these cold late winter evenings! Serves two to three adults.
Menchi Katsu for th is hamburger patty made of beef and/or pork and onion, breaded and deep fried. It’s a great pub food and can be enjoyed as a satisfying entree at dinner. I am offering menchi katsu made from scrach in the form of a bento. Take the bento home and just enjoy. No dish cleaning is required.
I got exciting news! I will be fulfilling a long time dream to lead my first culinary tour in Japan. I am partnering with Seattle-based Ponte Travels to offer the tour this fall. Check out details and link to Ponte website below. We will kick off this incredible adventure in Osaka, and then spend time in Kyoko, Kanazawa, Noto Peninsula and Tokyo. The itinerary offers a great balance of culinary and cultural experiences. We can stroll through local streets, try some street food, and even learn some Japanese cooking in Japanese homes (no, I will not be the teacher :D). Let’s make very special memories in Japan together!
- Travel occurs from Nov 4 to Nov. 14 (11 days), 2018
- The itinerary details are available at http://www.pontetravels.com/departures/culinary-adventures-in-japan2/ (Contact Susan Cathcart email@example.com)
- Extended travels are available. Ask Susan for details.
This is a dream opportunity for me, as I’ve always wanted to share the incredible, authentic Japanese food with you, in Japan!