Yatai & Izakaya Night at Up & Above Restaurant

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Enjoy a real Japanese treat at Up & Above Restaurant every Saturday evening as an Executive Chef Sebastiaan Hoogewerf and Master Chef Shigeru Hagiwara from Yamazato work together to serve up Yatai & Izakaya Night delights in a buffet feast.

Yatai is representative of mobile food shops in Japan, which normally sell noodles and other street snacks. Izakaya literally means ‘stay-drink-place’, similar to a tapas bar where friends, family and colleagues go to eat, drink and unwind. Japanese favourites on the buffet menu include barachirachi & sashimi, yakitori, tori tsukane, takoyaki, okonomiyaki, udon with onsen egg, oden soup, hot smoked salmon donburi and there is a cooking station serving tonkatsu made a la minute.

Other scrumptious buffet options encompass fresh seafood on ice—lobster, Dutch mussels, razor clams, prawns and oysters served with a choice of condiments—and hot menu highlights from the BBQ station such as grilled tiger prawns, grilled squid and grilled mackerel teriyaki. A special dish from the kitchen is pan seared foie gras and balsamic reduction,, while for dessert a homemade ice cream station and treats like taiyaki and Hokkaido cheesecake guarantee a sweet finish.

Yatai & Izakaya Night at Up & Above Restaurant can be enjoy with an additional free flow beverage packages to complete the traditional Japanese experience.

Yatai & Izakaya Night is available every Saturday from 18:00 – 22:00 (starting from 27 February 2021). Prices start from Baht 1,950++ per person including free-flow juices, mocktails and soft drinks and Baht 2,950++ per person for an additional free-flow draft beer, curated drinks, wine, soft drinks and juices. 2-hour free flow beverage is Baht 990++ per person.

Up & Above Restaurant is located on the 24th floor of The Okura Prestige Bangkok. For more information and reservations, please contact 02 687 9000 or email FB.concierge@okurabangkok.com, or book on our website www.okurabangkok.com

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