roquettes are a popular snack in Japan and come with a variety of delicious fillings.
The Japanese Croquette (Thanks to Wikipedia)
A relative of the croquette, known as korokke ( コロッケ ) is a very popular fried food, widely available in supermarkets and butcher shops, as well as from specialty korokke shops. Generally patty-shaped, it is mainly made of potatoes with some other ingredients such as vegetables (e.g. onions and carrots) and meat (e.g. pork or beef).
It is often served with tonkatsu (とんかつ) sauce. Cylindrically-shaped korokke are also served, which more closely resemble the French version, where seafood (prawns or crab meat) or chicken in white sauce (ragout) is cooled down to make it harden before the croquette is breaded and deep-fried. When it is served hot, the inside melts. This version is called "cream korokke" to distinguish it from the potato-based variety. It is often served with no sauce or tomato sauce.
Kumo is serving up a feast of these morish crumbed rolls that go oh so well with a ice cold beer. Choose from creamed crab, vegetarian or curry, and keep ordering to your hearts content for only $15 per person.
These nights are popular, so book now - 9388 1505
All You Can Eat Croquette Special
Monday 6th January to Thursday 9th January only
$15 per person
The fine print
* All guests at the table need to opt in.
* Dine in only - no takeaway
* Our regular menu is still available (but some dishes may have limited availability)
Announcing our first Sake Master dinner for 2014.
Announcing our next Sake Master Dinner - Friday 10 January 2014 7pm
Our Sake Master dinners are a unique way to experience the best Kumo has to offer. Limited to 10 guests only, join Kumo owner and certified Sake Professional Andre Bishop for a special 11 course degustation menu matched with sake and drinks on arrival.
Andre was recently awarded the title of Sake Samurai by the Japanese sake industry for his contribution to the promotion of sake in Australia. This prestigious award has only been granted to two Australians, the other being celebrity chef Tetsuya Wakuda.
Held in our private Tatami room, the dinner gives guests the chance to dine on a sumptuous dinner and taste an extensive range of premium sake accompanied by a personalised sake education.
Talk sake, talk Japan, or just sit back and enjoy the amazing Japanese feast and accompanying drinks.
Grab a bunch of friends and book out this experience for yourselves or join other guests for a truly unique dinner.
$89 per person includes deluxe 11 course dinner, matched sake, drink on arrival and sake education.
Strictly limited to 10 guests, so grab a friend or friends and book now.
*Want to book your own private Sake Master dinner for a group of friends or a work function?
No problem, please call us to discuss your requirements