Thai and sushi spot The Eastern Peak starts serving noodle and rice dishes, sashimi, and sushi rolls in its new North Gulch location today (Monday, July 8).
The Eastern Peak’s newest digs at 133 12th Avenue North opens the doors at 5 p.m., marking the third Nashville outpost of the Kentucky-based restaurant — the other two opened on Thompson Lane in 2016 and 2018 in Bellevue.
David Szemeredy, COO at The Eastern Peak Restaurant Group says they saw a need for modern Asian cuisine in the North Gulch, and designed a menu hoping to fill that space. They’re taking traditional dishes and adding modern touches in the new location’s menu. Think open-faced crab rangoon, crispy salmon skins with a coffee spice rub to start. Rice dishes include a kimchi chicken fried rice and one with tempura eel.
Noodle offerings include a yellowfin tuna cold soba dish and crab spaetzle alongside more traditional pad thai and drunken noodles.
The chef’s specialty section features a seared duck breast in a red curry sauce, plus miso-glazed cod, among others.
An array of omakase sashimi and sushi rolls options fill a second page of the menu — with everything from classic spicy tuna rolls to Nashville-named Titan Roll, uni, and octopus. Scroll to see the entire new menu for food and beverage at the new location.
The ground floor Gossett on Church location features approximately 5,000 square feet of space, including a dining room for 180 guests, a private dining room for 12, wraparound bar seating for 20 guests and a separate to-go/delivery door and window.
Complimentary parking is available in Gossett on Church parking garage off 12 Avenue North in addition to paid street parking.
The Eastern Peak in the North Gulch will be open for dinner daily Sunday – Wednesday, 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. and Thursday – Saturday, 5 p.m. to 12 a.m.