Sousaku Bistro welcomes Malden Eats on April 19

Sousaku means "creativity"
Sousaku means “creativity”

Malden Reads is excited to announce the third edition of the Malden Eats Community Dining series.

We invite you to share a convivial meal, at the same time exploring themes related to this year’s Malden Reads selection, “The Martian” by Andy Weir, using “Table Talk” cards as discussion prompts.

You do not need to have read the book yet to attend.

On Tuesday, April 19 at 7 p.m., join fellow Maldonians for a warm and welcoming dining experience at Sousaku Bistro: Japanese Tapas & Bar.

Sousaku Bistro, a Japanese fusion tapas restaurant located at 166 Eastern Ave., is the collaboration of three friends including Malden resident chef Boky Chu, manager Lewis Lai and bartender Aiden Pan.


Sousaku means “creativity” in Japanese and is expressed in the menu and signature dish, Sousaku Sushi Pizza that is served on a bed of thin rice pressed with seaweed, coated with tomato paste and topped with choices like broccoli, zucchini and eggplant, shrimp, scallop and tuna, crawfish, or salmon and pineapple, and a layer of cheese and deep fried.

DSC_0066The menu for the Tuesday, April 19 dinner will be three courses from a fixed menu.

Space is limited, so reservations with the restaurant are required. Call 78-321-8600 by Sunday, April 17 to make your reservation. Be sure to specify that you are with the Malden Reads dinner.

Those unable to honor their reservations are asked to cancel so the next person on the list can attend. The meal will cost $20 not including tax, tip, and beverage.

For more information about the Malden Reads program and events, visit

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