Best omakase restaurants in Bangkok

We've chopsticked our way to find you some of the best "chef's selection" sushi restaurants in town
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Over the past few years, Bangkok foodies have welcomed a number of sushi restaurant openings offering a higher-end dining experience, omakase, which can be simply translated as "leave it all to the chef" meaning that your meal will be prepared by the trained sushi master according to the freshest catch of the day. 

Don't know what to want to eat, no problem! Omakase has taken Thai food lovers by storm as plenty of omakase restaurants has opened in Bangkok in the last few years. We gather you the best omakase restaurants in town you shouldn't miss.

Love Japanese cuisine? Check out more restaurants in Bangkok here

Sushi Ichizu
Sushi Ichizu
Restaurants, Japanese

Sushi Ichizu

icon-location-pin Huai Khwang

The latest to curb Bangkok’s well-off foodie’s omakase craving is Sushi Ichizu, a serious sushi contender that promises to give you a similar experience as dining in Tokyo’s Sushi Sugita, one of the best in the island country—and one of the hardest to get reservations at— as guaranteed by Tabelog, Japan’s most popular food review website.

The omakase of 18 bites is priced at B8,000++ per person, while the more affordable Nigiri set of 12 bites with the same quality of ingredients is B4,000++ per person.

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Restaurants, Japanese

Sushi Zo

icon-location-pin Phloen Chit

Osaka-born sushi legend Keizo Seki introduced a more delicate approach to the American concept of raw fish and rice rolls when he opened the first Sushi Zo in West LA. The omakase-style eatery earned a Michelin star in 2009. 

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Ginza sushi ichi
Siwat Tongpatanakul
Restaurants, Japanese

Ginza Sushi Ichi

icon-location-pin Siam

One of the two Michelin-affiliated sushi restaurants in Thailand, Ginza Sushi Ichi offers a dining experience that comes with a hefty price tag. Under the tutelage of much-revered head chef Masakazu Ishibashi, the sushi chefs at this outpost have paid their dues at the one-Michelin-star mother branch in Tokyo.

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Restaurants, Japanese

Sushi Masato

icon-location-pin Phrom Phong

A 20-course omakase dinner empties the pockets at B4000 (a lot cheaper than Ginza Sushi Ichi), but you may need to reserve a few months ahead due to the long waiting list. This makes Sushi Masato the hottest omakase restaurant in Bangkok.

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In The Mood for Love
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Restaurants, Japanese

In The Mood for Love

icon-location-pin Ekamai

Dimly lit to attain the most romantic ambience possible, In The Mood for Love is inspired by the Wong Kar Wai movie of the same name. The menu consists of fusion rolls such as the C4 Signature Roll, an east-meets-west treat that combines unagi (eel) and mozzarella. 

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Restaurants, Japanese

YTSB Omakase

icon-location-pin Phaya Thai

One of the most affordable omakase restaurants in Bangkok is hidden inside the F&B complex of the edgy VIE Hotel. Chef Chettha Intarawong sources some of the finest fishes and fruits de mer from Japan to churn out omakase bites that deliver the truest flavors of the ingredients. 

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