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KOKU-SUSHI

Nihonshu (verbatim "japanese alcohol"), commonly known as sake, is definietly the most popular japanese liquor. By some called rice vodka, by others - wine, in fact is produced in a process similar to brewing beer. It is made from rice and most frequently contains form 14% to 20% alcohol. Nihonshu (sake) occurs in great variety of types and cultivars, and its taste and quality mainly depends on fragmentation of the rice used in the process of production.

Beers

Lech - 0.33l

6.00

Lech Free - 0.33l

6.00

Lech Free lime - 0.33l

6.00

Pilsner - 0.33l

8.00

Japanese beers

Sapporo - 0.33l

10.00

Asahi - 0.33l

10.00

Sake

Sake Choya - 0.1l 8.00

Japanese wines

Choya sweet - 0.1l / 0.5l

8.00 / 35.00

Choya dry - 0.1l / 0.7l

9.00 / 67.50

Dry white wines

Ropiteau    Sauvignon Blanc - 0.1l / 0.75l

Vin de France, Ropiteau – France

Pale gold with silver highlights. Very expressive, reminiscent of citrus with hints of exotic fruit (mango, pineapple). Fresh and round, fruity with oral and lemony avours. Ropiteau’s Sauvignon Blanc may be enjoyed now as a match for sh, poultry, as well as with spicy or exotic dishes.

10.00 / 75.00

Vinho Verde - 0.1l / 0.75l

Alianca - Portugal

9.00 / 68.00

Prinz Von Hessen Classic    Riesling - 0.75l

Rheingau, Prinz von Hessen - Germany

120.00

Prosecco - 0.1l / 0.75l

DOC, Villa Delle Camelie, Botter - Italy

 

9.00 / 68.00

Sushi Sparkling - 0.75l

DOC, Astoria - Italy

80.00