Making your own robatayaki at home is easy, using basic pantry ingredients and store-bought items from your local grocery store. Chef/Partner Michael Schulson gives us tips on how to cook Izakaya’s signature dish at home.
At Savor Borgata: The Ultimate Food Experience on November 9, Old Homestead Steakhouse took home the honors of audience favorite.
It’s a cocktail party meets food festival at “A Dine Around with Michael Schulson,” part of Savor Borgata in Atlantic City. This special event highlights and showcases all restaurants that are part of the Schulson Collective, including Double Knot, Sampan, Izakaya, Osteria, Harp & Crown, and more.
Over 1,300 hungry Borgata fans took over The Event Center on Saturday, November 10 for the resort’s annual Savor Borgata: The Ultimate Food Experience, an interactive festival that celebrates all things culinary. Borgata’s all-star team of chefs served guests their signature dishes.
At Savor Borgata weekend, Philadelphia’s chef extraordinaire, Michael Schulson, prepared a unique, dinner menu paired with award-winning Suntory Japanese Whiskies. These subtly refined whiskies were designed to be paired and shared with the most delectable culinary bites, which made Izakaya a perfect way to kick off the weekend.
“We’re really moving along,” said Chef Michael Schulson, Chef-Partner of Borgata’s Izakaya, the sexy Japanese pub that has developed a strong and loyal following since it opened in 2008. But, faithful patrons at his Atlantic City establishment very well might have first run into the Chef’s signature stylings a few miles north in the City of Brotherly Love.
Schulson isn’t a new player in the vast and changing Philadelphia culinary scene; his Sampan restaurant is one of the most frequented spots on 13th Street in Center City’s Midtown Village, followed in popularity only by his unique concept Double Knot next door. It’s a coffee and espresso bar by day, and bustling Japanese-inspired eatery at night.