Seats are almost sold out for Tei An‘s Thanksgiving dinner. If I were you, I’d pick up my phone right now (assuming, of course, you can afford the $150 per person ticket) and call to reserve a spot. Chefs Teiichi Sakurai and Bruno Davaillon are both preparing a four course, Japanese and French-influenced Thanksgiving dinner on Sunday, November 25 at 7:30 p.m. Meanwhile, the talented Jing Wang, concertmaster of the Dallas Opera, will serenade with pretty violin music.
You are invited to a Special Dinner with the Maestro and 5 Star Chefs.
Please join us at Tei An for this one of a kind Thanksgiving Event.
Chef Teiichi and Chef Bruno Davaillon of the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek, have partnered to present you with an exceptional dining adventure along with Jing Wang(Concertmaster for Dallas Opera).
Both 5 Star Chefs, Chef Teiichi , a James Beard Semi-Finalist, and Chef Bruno, a James Beard Finalist, will serve a fabulous 4 course dinner beautifully combining their Japanese and French influences.
Enjoy this exquisite dinner while being privately serenaded by Concertmaster of the Dallas Opera, Jing Wang.
Canadian Violinist Jing Wang began playing the violin at the age of three and made his first public appearance three years later in Marseilles, France. Winner of several accolades and awards, Jing made his debut with the Quebec Symphony Orchestra at nine years old and his solo engagements have taken him across Canada, North America, and Europe.
Jing will present a Piano Trio program with members of Ensemble75.
ASTOR PIAZOLLA – The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires
-Primavera Porteño (Spring)
-Verano Porteño (Summer)
-Otoño Porteño (Autumn)
-Invierno Porteño (Winter)
PAUL SCHOENFIELD – Cafe Music
We hope you can join us for this exclusive event.
Sunday, November 25th, 7:30pm
$150 per person. Tax and gratuity not included.
*Seating is very limited
Contact person: Yosuke Fukuda, Ryoko Nakazawa