Sashimi Bar – When You Go To Bozeman Montana

Paul and Lance Sashimi Bar Photos by Steven Shomler for Culinary Treasure, Savory Travel Adventures, and The Portland Culinary Podcast

 

Sashimi Bar – When You Go To
Bozeman Montana

Hidden inside of the Bozeman Hotel building in downtown Bozeman is one of the greatest culinary experiences you will ever have.

Please Note : This one-of-the-best-meals-of-your-life experience is not for everyone.

When you make your reservation you are told:

“All bookings are for a 5:30 pm seating at the bar. You are reserving an “omakase” sushi meal; that means you are putting your trust in the chef to serve you the best they have to offer. Most of the meal is prepared right in front of you, and this is part of the adventure. Please allow at least a couple hours for the full experience.

The base price of your dinner is $100, and any drinks, add-ons or gratuity beyond that is at your discretion.

If you need to cancel, for any reason, we ask that you give us at least 24 hours notice. For parties of five or more, if you cancel with less than 24 hours notice or do not show up for your reservation, we will ban you from the restaurant for life.

We are not a standard restaurant. The chefs have final say over everything. The customer is not always right.”

Paul and Lance Sashimi Bar Photos by Steven Shomler for Culinary Treasure, Savory Travel Adventures, and The Portland Culinary Podcast

None of it Makes Any Sense

Paul and Lance are incredibly gifted chefs and their passion for sushi will take you aback and possibly leave you stunned.

None of it makes any sense – One of the best sushi meals you have ever had is happening in Bozeman, Montana prepared by two chefs who learned the art of sushi  in Lake Tahoe.

Suspend your disbelief and pretend that you are in a real life episode of the Twilight Zone.

My advice – if you are ever lucky enough to get one of the 12 coveted seats at Sashimi Bar – simply sit down, shut up, and hold on for one of the most amazing culinary rides of our life.

For an in-depth look at what it is like to enjoy the “omakase” sushi meal at Sashimi Bar – see this Culinary Treasure article that includes more than 50 photos from the magnificent meal I enjoyed therehttps://www.culinarytreasure.com/the-omakase-sushi-meal-at-sashimi-bar-in-bozeman-montana/

To Hear the Sashimi Bar Story check out Portland Culinary Podcast episode 56 featuring Paul and Lance the incredibly gifted chefs who make the magic happen at Sashimi Bar  – https://www.portlandculinarypodcast.com/chef-paul-and-chef-lance-sashimi-bar-portland-culinary-podcast-episode-56/

Address

Sashimi Bar is located at

321 East Main St,
Bozeman, Montana 59715

Sashimi Bar is located downtown Bozeman inside the Bozeman Hotel building, in between 317 and Tarantino’s.

 

Follow Sashimi Bar

Website – www.sashimibarbozeman.com

Facebookwww.facebook.com/TheSashimiBar

Instagramwww.instagram.com/thesashimibar

 

Wishing you Savory Travel Adventures!

Steven Shomler

#TravelSavory

#YouHaveToTravel and when you go #HaveMagnificentMeals

The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.” – Saint Augustine

 

Paul and Lance Sashimi Bar Photos by Steven Shomler for Culinary Treasure, Savory Travel Adventures, and The Portland Culinary Podcast

Chef Paul and Chef Lance Sashimi Bar Photos by Steven Shomler for Culinary Treasure, Savory Travel Adventures, and The Portland Culinary Podcast Chef Paul and Chef Lance Sashimi Bar Photos by Steven Shomler for Culinary Treasure, Savory Travel Adventures, and The Portland Culinary Podcast Chef Paul and Chef Lance Sashimi Bar Photos by Steven Shomler for Culinary Treasure, Savory Travel Adventures, and The Portland Culinary Podcast

Chef Paul and Chef Lance Sashimi Bar Photos by Steven Shomler for Culinary Treasure, Savory Travel Adventures, and The Portland Culinary Podcast

Chef Paul and Chef Lance Sashimi Bar Photos by Steven Shomler for Culinary Treasure, Savory Travel Adventures, and The Portland Culinary Podcast Chef Paul and Chef Lance Sashimi Bar Photos by Steven Shomler for Culinary Treasure, Savory Travel Adventures, and The Portland Culinary Podcast

Adventures in Bozeman by Steven Shomler

To see all of Steven Shomler’s Bozeman centric content – Beer & Culinary Podcasts, as well as Travel articles and Culinary Treasure articles go to www.AdventuresInBozeman.com

 

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