A Feast of Flavours for Double Ninth Chrysanthemum Festival at Yamazato

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In September at Yamazato, we celebrate Japan’s Double Ninth Chrysanthemum Festival. Also known as Kiku No Sekku, it is the tradition to dine with friends, drink sake with chrysanthemum petals, and toast to a long life.

Master Chef Shigeru Hagiwara invites you to experience his Double Ninth Gozen and Kaiseki menus. Highlights include hot clear soup with gingko nuts dumplings, shimeji mushroom and chrysanthemum, simmered eggplant with saury fish, taro pumpkin, chrysanthemum, carrot and citrus, grilled mackerel with mushroom sauce, salmon roe and chives, steamed rice with sea bream in tea broth and pickles, simmered eggplant with saury fish, taro, pumpkin, chrysanthemum, carrot, and citrus, foie gras with figs, a dessert of sweet potato pudding with matcha sauce, and more.

Yamazato Special Gozen for Double 9 Festival_Hot clear soup with mugwort dumpling Shimeji mushroom, chrysanthemum

Enjoy a feast of flavours for the Double Ninth Chrysanthemum Festival at Yamazato!

Yamazato is a multi-award-winning Japanese restaurant serving refined Kaiseki Ryori cuisine. Created by The Master Chef, the traditional recipes are presented with artistic flair to enjoy in an understated contemporary setting. The beautifully balanced lunch, dinner and à la carte menus reflect the changing seasons and Japanese festivals throughout the year. Diners at Yamazato can enjoy the exceptional cuisine at one of two teppanyaki tables, at the sushi bar, or in a private dining room.

Available daily from 2 – 11 September, 2016, our special Gozen lunch set for Double Ninth Chrysanthemum Festival is Baht 900 per person and Kaiseki dinner Baht 3,000 per person. Yamazato is open for lunch from 11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. and dinner from 6 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.

Prices are subject to 10% service charge and 7% government tax.

For more information and reservations, please call 02 687 9000 or email yamazato@okurabangkok.com