Share this article
Bangkok restaurant REVIEW:

  • Tatsumi

New Japanese restaurant Tatsumi offers one of the more affordable omakase experiences in town: just B1,650 for nine types of sushi or B2,800 for seven types of sashimi.

The fish is flown in from Tokyo’s Tsukiji Market—where else?—while chef Tanaka Shigeru boasts more than 30 years in the game.

Pick your spot at the cozy counter bar or in one of the two private rooms, where you can also order a la carte items like chirashi don (sushi rice bowl, B1,100) or taraba kani nabe (taraba crab hot pot, B900).

Equally of note is the rotating selection of craft sake and whisky, which they can pair to your meal. 

Share this article
Phone: 02-611-4766
Tatsumi, 2/F, Pathumwan Princess Hotel, Phayathai Rd., Bangkok, Thailand



Nearest Train:

BTS National Stadium



Open Since:

November, 2016
symbols | our policy



Credit: La Dotta

This is one pasta house you should be excited about. 

Call yourself a beer expert? Drink your way through every label from Bangkok’s budding, legally-brewed beer scene. 

But on his club's opening night, the police shut it down for a week.