|Events : Easter Brunch & Egg Hunt
Posted by Kobe Club staff on 2015/5/4 21:20:00 (67 reads)
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Spring has arrived! The cherry trees have started to bloom again. We were heading to Kobe Club for the annual Easter Brunch &Egg Hunt event and were greeted by the cherry blossoms in full bloom. Cherry blossoms are a symbolic flower of the spring, a time of renewal, and the fleeting nature of life. Similarly, eggs, in general, are a traditional symbol of fertility, and rebirth. What a lovely season for the Easter Egg Hunt!
Events : New Members’ Night & Malt Whiskey Tasting with Tidbit Buffet
Posted by Kobe Club staff on 2015/5/1 19:00:00 (54 reads)
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Pairing a Whiskey Tasting with February’s New Members’ Night packed The Club Bar to capacity. The professional connoisseurs expertly answered all questions and offered spot-on suggestions to cater to guests’ preferences. I, possessing limited background knowledge of whiskey, was particularly impressed by a pair of 5-liter wooden casks, by the variety of bottle shapes and sizes including one set in the form of a golf bag and ball, and by the Scottish map covered with exotic and unfamiliar names. Introduced to the practice of adding water drops to enhance the aroma and subtle flavors of the whiskey, I enjoyed experimenting to alter the taste and smoothness of my drinks. Experiencing whiskey as a beverage to savour with food, like a fine wine, was also a novel experience.
Events : Cheese Raclette
Posted by Kobe Club staff on 2015/5/1 19:00:00 (55 reads)
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Sunday, February 8th
Raclette – a melted cheese and potato dish – originated over 700 years ago in Valais, Switzerland and has since become a well-loved Swiss tradition. It became an annual event at the Kobe Club a few years ago, thanks to Andy Müller’s initiative and efforts.
Events : Christmas Dinner
Posted by Kobe Club staff on 2015/3/3 19:21:41 (246 reads)
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Saturday, December 20th
This year was our fourth Christmas Dinner at the Kobe Club and as usual the evening was excellent. Starting in the bar, we soon got into the Christmas spirit meeting with friends and acquaintances and building up our bar tab. This is one of the reasons we enjoy the club so much. You can join any of the events, even as a couple and you are soon surrounded by friends with whom it is a pleasure to share a drink. It was looking to be a long night!!
After attending so many dinners at the club over the last 4 years I’m always amazed that on each occasion Chef Kamiki-san manages to raise the bar yet again. Two dishes stood out in my view, the ‘Sautéed Foie Gras rolled Conger Eel” and the “Roast Milk-Fed Veal”. Each one a masterpiece. Accompanied by excellent wines the meal was perfect.
Events : New Members’ Night & Scandinavian Christmas Smӧrgåsbord Dinner
Posted by Kobe Club staff on 2015/3/3 19:16:00 (173 reads)
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Friday, December 12th
This Kobe Club annual tradition became again a great success.
I am sure, no Scandinavian Chef could improve on what our own Chef Kamiki ad his staff had prepared for us this night and I wholeheartedly endorse what Rick Bruggemann said : “If there would be a Noble Price for cooking, Chef Kamiki would definitely qualify”.
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