First Mikuni rolled out its "rescue roll," a $12 mix of Panko shrimp, seared tuna and other ingredients with sales proceeds donated toward Japanese disaster relief. Now, Mikuni executive chef Taro Arai and Roseville's Bayside Church are teaming up with the hopes of raising $75,000 for more relief efforts. On Wednesday, Mikuni will host a benefit dinner at Bayside Church (8191 Sierra College Blvd., Roseville), which should also be noted as the rare church to have its own Starbucks. However, the dinner has sold out but donations are still being accepted online here. For those who've scored a ticket to the dinner, it'll be a night of Japanese food, music and a silent auction. In the meantime, you can pick up a "rescue roll" through March 31.
March 28, 2011
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