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Winter Treats at Yamazato

The Okura Prestige Bangkok’s signature Japanese restaurant Yamazato, which was recently recognised as a MICHELIN Plate restaurant for the third year in a row in the famous French dining guide MICHELIN Guide Thailand 2020, celebrates the cool season with special Gozen lunch platters and a multi-course Kaiseki dinner that includes seasonal ingredients such as snow crab, oyster, daikon and monkfish. Available from 6 – 26 January 2020.

In addition to succulent sashimi and a soup of crabmeat dumpling and shimeji mushroom, the first Gozen lunch platter includes a starter of five-coloured vinegared vegetables, shrimp and smoked duck with egg yolk vinegar. The star of the second platter is a dish of grilled sea bass with canola white sauce, dried miso and omelet.

The multi-course Kaiseki dinner opens with an amuse bouche of fresh yuba with okra, steamed sea urchin and starchy soy sauce and moves on to a starter of herring fish roe, crabmeat, eggplant and maitake mushroom; a soup of monkfish liver dumpling and mushroom with a hint of yuzu; a sashimi selection of tuna, yellowtail, torched scallop and sweet shrimp; and a grilled dish of Spanish mackerel with yuzu. A simmered dish of salmon with sake lees, turnip, carrot, shitake mushroom, taro, leek and canola flower is followed by a selection of tempura before hot vermicelli noodles with cod roe and shimeji mushrooms rounds off a delightful meal.

Winter Gozen lunch and Kaiseki dinner are available from 6 – 26 January 2020, lunch: 11:30 – 14:30, dinner: 18:00 – 22:30. Priced at Baht 1,500++ for Gozen lunch and Baht 4,700++ for Kaiseki dinner.

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

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

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