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Casa Sensei in Fort Lauderdale Launches Interactive Wagyu Experience

Casa Sensei, a Pan-Asian and Latin eatery in Fort Lauderdale, recently unveiled its wagyu experience to provide guests with a unique way of enjoying premium A5 Japanese wagyu beef. The new interactive grilling and tasting experience enables patrons to grill their own portions of wagyu ($99 for 5 ounces and $179 for 10 ounces) via a smokeless grill on their table.ย 

Casa Sensei provides a certificate of authenticity of A5 Japanese wagyu beef to patrons for full transparency. The special wagyu menu features a copper-plated Casa Sensei logo, showcasing the certificate, a map of the different Japanese wagyu beef regions and instructions on how to cook the meat properly.ย 

The interactive experience includes:

  • Japanese A5 wagyu beef, BMS (Beef Marbling Scale) 8 to 12 (will vary depending on availability)
  • Japanese smokeless grill on the table
  • Four different gourmet steak knives to choose from, presented when the experience is requested
  • Black forks exclusive to this experience and gold tongs to cook the meat
  • Three different salts: Himalayan pink sea salt, course Mediterranean sea salt and black Hawaiian sea salt
  • Served sides of sautรฉed baby bok choy and Casa fried rice

 

Guests can also upgrade their experience by adding a Japanese whiskey flight for $75. The wagyu experience will be available every Friday through Sunday. For reservations, call 954-530-4176.

Photo Credit: Casa Sensei

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