Cutting his teeth in his late teens at some of the best sushi restaurants in Tokyo, Masato Shimizu became the youngest chef in New York City to earn a Michelin star back when he was head chef at raw fish temple, Jewel Bako. After relocating to Bangkok with his half-Thai, half-Japanese wife last year, Chef Masato opened his eponymous ten-seater, which serves up to only 20 guests in two seating periods. 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.
|Venue name:||Sushi Masato|
Sukhumvit 31 Soi 1
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sun 17:30-22:00|