If you would like more information on how we can help you create a unique function or event, either at Wasabi Restaurant and Bar or Ibento, our Boutique Event Space, please contact our team at email@example.com
Ibento Boutique Event Space is a boutique event space providing an elegant blank canvas for both personal and corporate gatherings; a versatile location that can be transformed to match the individual client’s needs. Contact Ibento Boutique Event Space to discuss hosting your next special event in your own private restaurant space.
It is at Ibento that we host our Chef’s Table Series with visiting winemakers and chefs from around the country. Each exclusive dinner seats a maximum of 14 guests and allows the diner to experience a unique and intimate evening with a renowned host.
From Chefs Table degustations, to your own private dinner parties, intimate weddings and wine tastings, modern corporate meeting spaces and product launches, Ibento can adapt to fit a variety of different requirements. Depending on the nature of the event, we can provide a range of different menu options; canapés, shared platters, a three course meal or a degustation.
Chef's Table Event with Guy Stanaway, Jackalope Hotel
We are excited to host Guy Stanaway, Executive Chef of the Jackalope Hotel for our next Chef's Table Event at Ibento on February 20, 6:30pm.
The Jackalope recently won the hotel trifecta, awarded Australia’s Hotel of the Year, New Hotel of the Year and Regional Hotel of the Year in the Gourmet Traveller Awards. In October 2018, we had the pleasure of travelling to Jackalope for a collab dinner and are thrilled to have the opportunity to host Guy back in Noosa. There are only 13 seats at the table.
Variety Children’s Charity – A Variety of Chefs Ball
Saturday June 14, 6.30pm
Matt Moran – ARIA Restaurants, Adrian Richardson – La Luna, David Pugh – Restaurant 2, Alastair McLeod – Alfresho, Matt Golinski, Ben Williamson – Gerard’s Bistro, Kym Machin –Bare Bones Society, Ben O’Donoghue – Billy Kart Kitchen, Jeremy Clark – Brisbane Hilton and our very own Jiro Numata. They are the rock stars of the food world and on Saturday evening, June 14 at the Brisbane Hilton they will perform – while their audience will be limited to 500, the effect of their performance on this incredible night will help the very special children that Variety, the Children’s Charity, serves so passionately. http://www.varietyofchefs.com.au
QUEENSLAND GOOD FOOD MONTH
Wasabi Restaurant and Bar is launching its new workshop series and bespoke events during Brisbane Good Food Month. Our workshops and events are aimed at those who have a keen interest in Japanese cuisine and culture and wish to extend their knowledge further.
Synergy of Ceramics and Japanese Food
Saturday July 26, 6:30pm
$160 per person
The relationship between Japanese food & ceramics is powerful. Celebrating the work of Ceramic Artist, Sarah Sheppard, Wasabi has planned a five course degustation with each course to be plated on pieces created in collaboration with Wasabi especially for this event. Each unique large scale piece will be available to purchase on the night. www.goodfoodmonth.com
Sake – Making, Tasting, Brewing
Saturday July 12 & 19, 9:30am
$160 per person
Join Wasabi Sommelier Drew Mackie, to learn about the different types of sake, the subtleties in flavour and style, and how to store and serve it. We will then go further, delving into the actual production method. Guests will learn to brew their own sake at home, without any special equipment. For lunch guests will enjoy three courses in our tatami room and each course will be matched with a different sake. By the end of this workshop guests should feel confident in describing and evaluating sake and will have begun to make their own. They will be able to take this sake home and continue to taste and watch the brewing process.
Museum of Contemporary Art – Bella Dinner
A special thanks to all those who supported the Museum of Contemporary Art’s annual ‘Bella Dinner’ in 2015. The gala managed to net over $226,000 – which will go a long way towards bringing contemporary art to a wide range of individuals and audiences around the country and promoting creative endeavour throughout the greater community. The Bella Room, currently displaying works by David Capra, is a dedicated sensory room for the MCA’s Bella program for students with specific needs. Bella workshops are offered free to children and young people with specific needs, including physical, intellectual, emotional or behavioural disabilities, or who are disadvantaged due to financial social or geographic factors. The objective of the program is to offer art education to children and young people who have little or no access to museums and cultural institutions – since our reopening in 2012 MCA has had over 3,000 participants on the program. Wasabi is proud to be a part of such a significant cultural movement.