The Vaulted Door Sushi Roll Competition

21 Oct

Do you have what it takes to get onto The Vaulted Door’s sushi menu?  We’re challenging you – all of our friends, colleagues, readers, and fans – to come up with the most creative and best tasting roll for a chance to make it onto our opening menu.  We’re going to do this with all of our menu categories, so we wanted to start off with the most fun and imaginative one of them all: sushi rolls.

Who? Anybody!  I promise you that there will be no partiality granted towards close friends – this is really to see who is the best!

What? A competition to see who can tell us how to make the best-tasting, most creative roll they can imagine

When? The competition has been extended.  The due date for all roll submissions will be December 1, 2010.  During the week following the deadline, Anthony and I will narrow the rolls down to 4 finalists: ‘The Final Four.’  We will then invite all four finalists to the tasting  and judging of the rolls.  We will have guests there to watch the competition.  Chef Anthony will then prepare all of the rolls and our panel of judges will choose the best roll.

Where? This competition is all about creativity.  It all comes from your brain, from your heart, from your palette.  Think of what you would love to see in a roll and make sure it is something that has never been done.  Create, imagine, innovate.  At home, at a restaurant, at school – anywhere!  Our competition will take place at a secret location that will be announced as the date draws nearer.

Why? We are all about our guests, and we want to be able to feature your creations on our menu.  That way, every time you come to the best restaurant on Long Island, you’ll be able to say that you have been part of it.

I want to stress one thing: CREATIVITY above all.  As of now, we have 10 rolls on our menu and they are all creative masterpieces from Anthony and Ryan’s minds.  We’re looking to make it 11 rolls; help us finish our sushi menu with the most imaginative, artistic, and inspired roll of all.  Remember – sushi is not only about ingredients, but also how it is plated (get crazy with this one) and what it is garnished with.

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: December 1, 2010

Email Submissions Directly to Ryan @ rperlowin@gmail.com

Best of luck!

What a Cool Presentation!

Seared Kobe Beef, Avocado, Red Onion, Chimichurri sauce

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