It’s your first chance to try the beef that won first runner-up at the Wagyu Olympics 2012. Raised on mineral water and the finest rice in Akita prefecture, the cattle are from the same black-haired breed that produces Kobe and Matsusaka beef, legendary for their tender texture and sublime marbled layers. Thanks to the chef’s French slow-cooking process, this Akita beef shank really does melt in the mouth.
|Venue name:||The Roof Gastro||Contact:|
Siam Design Hotel Bangkok
The Roof Gastro, 25th floor
|Cross street:||Rama 1|