Shun by Yanagiya is excited to welcome Masashi Yamada, the third-generation chef-owner of its parent restaurant Yanagiya in Mizunami, Japan for two exclusive dinners on 2 and 3 March 2020.
Yamada san’s visit will give diners in Bangkok a rare chance to try the food of the family-run 2 Michelin-starred Yanagiya. The restaurant, which rose to international fame when it received the highest-ever ranking on Japan’s Tabelog, operates on the so-called ichigen-san okotowari principle, meaning diners can visit only if they are invited. In January Yanagiya received the coveted Gold Award at the Tabelog Awards 2020 for the third year running. Only 34 restaurants in Japan received the top reward.
Yanagiya is famous for its traditional irori cuisine, using highly seasonal ingredients sourced from the mountains north of Nagoya. The restaurant is especially known for its wild game like duck, boar and bear, not to mention wild unagi caught in local rivers during spring. During his visit, Yamada san will present a tasting menu specifically designed for this occasion with dishes not typically found on the menu of Shun by Yanagiya.
Yamada san will cook at Shun by Yanagiya on 2 and 3 March, with two seatings available, at 6pm and at 8.45pm. The omakase menu is priced at 8,500++ baht per person. To make a reservation, please call 097 854 2222 or email email@example.com.