Sen Sakana provides its restaurant dining room space for inspired events in New York City. This establishment offers creative modern Nikkei cuisine, which is a blend of both Peruvian and Japanese-inspired food offerings. The restaurant's name translates to “one thousand fish”, which is a reference to the purported number of different species of fish in Peru.
Sen Sakana provides a warm and inviting atmosphere within its Japanese-inspired event space. Up to 300 attendees can gather within this restaurant setting that features cubic architecture and a multitude of ambient lighting. Clean lines, sparse decor, and a uniform layout inspires a sense of calm here, allowing guests to relax and truly enjoy the event experience. Attendees can choose to sit at traditional dining tables, or at the seating area that surrounds the chef's station, allowing guests to see their chosen dishes being created in real time.
Events held within Sen Sakana can benefit from an extensive meal menu that offers an array of creative dishes and choices. The culinary team of this establishment is headed by accomplished chef Mina Newman. Mina won the 2009 series of Chopped and is of Peruvian descent. This familial link informs her passion for creating Nikkei cuisine and sharing it with patrons of this venue. Guests can look forward to sampling Nikkei versions of classic sushi selections such as nigiri, maki, sashimi, and more.