April 7 & 8: Tokyo After Dark

Tokyo street at night with lanterns and restaurant tables set with menus

Coho Restaurant presents Tokyo After Dark, a San Juan Island Izakaya inspired by Japan’s informal after-work eateries specializing in casual pub food. We will be serving up iconic culinary dishes such as housemade ramen, maki rolls, and chicken karaage. We will also feature drink specials and desserts that are sure to transport you to the land of the rising sun, after dark. — Chef Ryan Lockhart

Reserve Your Table for April 7


Reserve Your Table for April 8




April 7 & 8, 2023

Miso Soup 5
tofu, crispy green onions

Cucumber Salad 8
cucumber, radish, fresh herbs, ponzu-ginger vinaigrette

Blistered Shishitos 8
sesame-chili aioli, togarashi spice

five pieces, served with a spicy plum dipping sauce
Ginger Pork Gyoza 10
Vegetable Gyoza 8

housemade ramen noodles, soft poached egg, radish, sprouts, greens, fresh herbs
Pork Tonkotsu Ramen 18
Mushroom and Braised Vegetable Ramen 16

Maki Rolls
Spicy Tuna Maki Roll 12
green onions, tuna, spicy aioli, nori, sushi rice
Salish Sea Roll 13
pickled carrots, crab, whipped chèvre, nori, sushi rice
Skagit Valley Vegetarian Roll 11
roasted winter squash, spring vegetables, ponzu-ginger sauce, sushi rice, nori

Chicken Karaage 22
seasoned and fried in rice flour, yuzu aioli, sesame ginger glaze, house pickles

Donburi Rice Bowl
soft poached egg, seasoned rice, vegetables, dashi-jouyu sauce, and your choice of protein
Grilled Beef (Gyūdon) 22
Seared Tuna (Tekkadon) 22
Fried Tofu (Tofudon) 18
Braised Pork Belly (Butadon) 20

Green Matcha Panna Cotta 12
with pistachio nougatine
Black Sesame Tart 12
with dark chocolate tahini filling and sesame brittle
Cherry Blossom Mochi 12
with red bean ice cream and cherry sauce

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