HOMAKASE


HOMAKASE

WHAT TO EXPECT:

NEW YEARS HOMAKASE WILL BE AVAILABLE ON DEC 15TH @ 7:30 PM.

Ama Ami Instagram always prepares everyone a few days in advance before the next bookings open.

Sign Up Will Be Here ! (link is currently disabled) 

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LOCATIONS

  • 30 mi. radius: 4 or less guests. 
  • 45 mi radius: 5+ guests

Please calculate your address starting from Mess Hall DC before submitting a form. Travel fee and small party fee of 4 or less guests will apply ($75.00).

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HOMAKASE 101 ($150-$250 per person) :

Levels to choose from:

Beginner: Easy to Eat! (Tuna, Salmon, Yellowtail, etc)

Intermediate: Half Beginner, Half Advanced

Advanced: Fish imported from Japan & More

Min-Max Guests: 2 - 10

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TO-DO BEFORE CHEFS ARRIVE:

  • Clean and empty kitchen space (1-2 counters, sink, 1-2 fridge shelf, waste bin)

If you are deaf, hard of hearing, and or have speech disabilities, please contact us at amaami.official@gmail.com for more information on how we can safely and respectfully communicate the experience to you.

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Refund, Rescheduling & Cancellation Policy

Each guest who cancels 3 days before event will be charged $80. (For example: If 2 of 6 guests cancel, your bill will include cancellation fee of $160) Guests who cancel day-of will be charged 100% including gratuity and taxes, except travel fee.

Cancellations made for the entire dinner within 48 hours before event will be charged 100% of grand total excluding travel and service fee. Rescheduling/postponing (if available) 48 hours before event will be charged 50% of grand total. 

If chefs are showing flu-like symptoms near or on the day of your event, please prepare to book a different date, fees waived.

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Revising Your RSVP

Minor changes such as time, address, or restrictions are allowed at any time, excluding day of event. Switching dinner package requires at least 72 hours notice before dinner.

Add-on guest(s) is accepted at least 72 hours before event. Removing guests will go under Refund, Rescheduling & Cancellation policy.

Disclaimer: Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish, or eggs may increase your risk of foodborne illness, especially if you have certain medical conditions