Sushi Yamazato

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  • 4 out of 5 stars
  • Recommended
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Time Out says

4 out of 5 stars

Sushi Yamazato focuses on purveying a delicate and luxurious omakase experience.

After establishing itself as one of the best Japanese restaurants in the city, Yamazato, set on the 24th floor of The Okura Prestige Bangkok, is introducing a new venture called Sushi Yamazato at the same location.

Located near Yamazato’s entrance, the new sushi space is devoted to serving a multi-course sushi and sashimi meal that can be considered both omakase (where you leave it up to the chef) and kaiseki (a Japanese tasting course) to eight guests per round. 

Yamazato’s executive chef Shigeru Hagiwara has assigned Chef Haruaki Matsuoka to helm the sushi table. At the moment, the restaurant offers two options—Kaiseki Omakase (B4,900++) and Premium Kaiseki Omakase (B6,500++)—both of which use top-tier ingredients sourced from both local and international producers. You can enjoy any of these meals while taking in sky-high views of Bangkok behind the wooden counter seats.

If you have plans to treat yourself, then order the premium set. The meal starts off with a three-course appetizer, which includes sesame tofu topped with crab meat, asari clam with yuzu sauce, and octopus tentacle with abalone and sesame dressing.

Following closely is a five-course sashimi set that tickles your palate with the addition of flavorful condiments such as radish, spring onions, fresh wasabi, ponzu sauce and soy sauce. 

After a bite of tomato jelly to cleanse your palate, you are served seven sushi bites. The ingredients for each rice roll change according to the season and availability. On our visit, we had everyone’s favorites, like otoro, amaebi (sweet shrimp), uni, unagi and tuna.

Clam soup with shitake signals the end of the savory part of the meal. The soup is meant to warm your throat and clear your taste buds for dessert—a set of Japanese cheesecake, genmaicha pudding, yuzu sorbet and strawberry jelly in one go.

Sushi Yamazato is open from Wednesday to Sunday for lunch (12:30) and dinner (18:30). For more details and reservations, call 0 2687 9000.

Arpiwach Supateerawanitt
Written by
Arpiwach Supateerawanitt

Details

Address:
57
The Okura Prestige Bangkok (24/F)
Witthayu Road
Lumphini, Pathum Wan
Bangkok
10330
Price:
$$$
Opening hours:
Wed-Sun (11:30-14:30 & 18:00-22:30)
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