Osechi is traditional Japanese New Year foods usually served in a jyubako box.
This tradition started in Heian Period (794-1185). Each osechi dishes have a specific meaning celebrating the New Year.
– Datemaki (Japanese Omelet) symbolizes a wish for many auspicious days
– Konbu (Stewed Kelp) symbolizes joy
– Ebi (Stewed Prawn) symbolizes a wish for a long life
Guu Garden will be offering Osechi during New Year’s lunch hours (12:00 pm to 3:00 pm) by RESERVATION only.
The price is $45 per person.
Please ask Guu Garden about vegetable osechi and/or kid’s osechi’s availability in advance.
*please note that Guu Garden will be serving only osechi on New Year’s lunch. Regular lunch menu will be unavailable.
Other Guu locations may be serving osechi plates as daily specials on New Year’s day.