If You Love (Sustainable!) Yellowtail, This Dinner Is For You

Chef Felix Zhou teams up with 46 South Fish Co. for a one-off seafood feast.

May 19, 2017

By Aryn Strickland

Not sure if the fish on your plate meets the sustainability mark or not? At the one-night-only dinner event, “Exploring the Pacific Ocean,” this Tuesday, May 23 at 6 p.m., rest assured that what you eat passes the test and then some.

The Asian Heritage Eatery is a local fave, beloved for its classic Asian comfort food, so we’re sure chef and co-owner, Felix Zhou will be flexing his fusion muscles as he teams up with supplier 46 South Fish Co. for a special event that spotlights the Hiramasa Yellowtail Amberjack, a top-grade sashimi fish. Initially plucked from the waters of the Southern Pacific Ocean, the Hiramasa on offer from 46 South Fish Co. is well managed for future generations and delivered fresh only up to 72 hours after being caught, so diners can savour the silky-smooth texture and sweet flavour that this fish is prized for, and feel good doing it. Responsible eating never tasted so good.

Exploring the Pacific Ocean

Tuesday, May 23, 2017 | 6 p.m.
Heritage Asian Eatery (1108 Pender Street, Vancouver)
Tickets can be purchased online for $35 per person

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