A Complex & Satisfying Eel Phenomenon
Eel, sauteed vegetables, masago, green onion & sesame seed.
The ingredients are simple, but the technique and preparations are unique to our restaurant. The eel is soft yet provides contrasting texture with the sauteed vegtables.
What is masago?
Masago is the processed eggs of the capelin fish. The capelin is a small fish that lives in massive schools throughout the northern Atlantic and Pacific oceans. It is usually an orange reddish colour. If you have ever tried tobiko, you will recognize some similarities to masago. The flavour of masago is more subtle than tobiko, and somewhat less crunch. Overall it is a salty seafood type flavour.