‘SUSHI NEAR ME IN BANGKOK'
With so many choices, the question naturally arises of where to find the best sushi in Bangkok 2020.
All this narrows the selection down to a more manageable number of restaurants, among them Kisso Japanese Restaurant, 7th floor, The Westin Grande Sukhumvit Bangkok. The main reason Kisso is front and center is its 25-year award-winning track record of serving the best sushi, sushi bentos and assorted sushis in Bangkok.
Another compelling factor is the sushi restaurant's location steps from an interchange linking the underground MRT Sukhumvit station with the skytrain BTS Asok station, making it very convenient for everyone.
Simple yet elegant, it looks so appetizing too. And it comes in tremendous varieties which Kisso covers according to when each ingredient is in its prime for catching and preparing. Moreover, with a little fresh ginger and wasabi it complements other Japanese dishes perfectly.
And it keeps getting better: sushi has been around since the 4th century, constantly evolving due to the discovery of new flavors and its creative potential. And nowhere more so than at Kisso over the last quarter century.
Since it opened to popular and critical acclaim in 1994, Kisso has adopted the traditional style of sushi-making but added its own innovative twists, making it enjoyable in new ways.
In principle, Kisso invites those who love fine, authentic Japanese cuisine to enjoy a balanced selection of exquisite modern and traditional dishes starring sushi that reflect the prime ingredients and most vibrant traditions in each season.
With its current team, it has won this year's "Bangkok's Best Japanese Restaurant" and five consecutive "Thailand Tatler Best Restaurant" awards.
Kisso's strikingly contemporary interior is balanced with warm and cozy elements such as rows of earthenware pots rising high above wood flooring. An open kitchen design contributes to a lively yet discreet atmosphere. There's a buzz, but an always finely calibrated one that resonates in the main dining area, around Kisso's sushi bar and in its private tatami rooms.
So the search for the best sushi is over: the solution is always Kisso Japanese Restaurant.
With festive spirit racing through the heart of Bangkok, Kisso season-centric Japanese restaurant answers the call of those who like to ride the uplifting emotions with friends, family and colleagues over vibrant Japanese style menus with its trademark passion and perfectionism.
From December 21st to January 2nd, Kisso is serving a variety of thoughtful Japanese menus that resonate with all the key Christmas and New Year occasions and the elation of the Holiday Season. The possibilities include Japanese Christmas Dinner and NYE Dinner as well as original menus to enjoy all the way through to the early days of 2020.
Take pleasure in the chefs'enlivening 3-COURSE CHRISTMAS GOZEN MENU for an early taster. Savor the flavors of succulent Hokkaido wagyu beef tenderloin, a must for meat-lovers. And explore the delights of fat fillets of snow fish complemented with tangy homemade teriyaki sauce. Not neglecting to experience some of the finest and most flavorsome tuna belly the oceans yield.
Of course, Kisso is also observing the Toshikoshi Soba year-crossing noodle tradition eaten on New Year's Eve. How else would we let go the hardship of the year by cutting up soft, freshly homemade noodles? So save space for an upscale TRADITIONAL TOSHIKOSHI SOBA an essential blend of buckwheat noodle with fish cake, prawn tempura, soft boiled egg, konbu kelp and wakame seaweed.
Kisso authentic Japanese restaurant will serve its exemplary Toshikoshi Soba. Another Japanese New Year lunchtime treat is NEW YEAR SPECIAL LUNCH BENTO. Highlights here range simmered black beans, herring roe, dried sweet sardine, toothsome wagyu beef striploin, and prime tuna belly.
And there's more New Year Japanese dining pleasure to be had at lunch time with 3-COURSE NEW YEAR LUNCH SET. Indulge the season's sentiments with prime abalone, the firm fresh flesh of grilled cod fish, and melt-in-the-mouth grilled Hokkaido wagyu beef.
Last not least, no Japanese New Year's celebration will be complete without a 8-COURSE NEW YEAR KAISEKI featuring grilled Japanese sticky rice with red bean and charcoal-grilled seabream with miso paste. Proceed with charcoal-grilled Wagyu Beef, and cap it all with indulgent steamed rice with abalone.
Available for lunch and dinner every day. All conveniently located at 8th floor The Westin Grande Sukhumvit Hotel, steps from BTS Asok and MRT Sukhumvit stations.