Kaze Fresh Japanese Restaurant
This stylish restaurant looks like a classic sushi bar and has a menu to match.
This stylish restaurant looks like a classic sushi bar and has a menu to match. A mix of marble and wood, warm lighting and an open kitchen make the dining room an inviting place to sit and partake in traditional Japanese food. Highlights include the lightly battered tempura moriawase, fresh fish like otoro, anago, engawa and uni, and beef sourced from Kagishima.
The buzz: Situated in the Thonglor neighborhood this stylish restaurant is perfect if you’re in the mood for a classic sushi bar menu and vibe. Despite the lack of fusion food, Kaze isn’t boring, thanks to décor that’s fit for a Thonglorite.
The décor: A mix of marble and wood, a painting of Koi carp, warm lights and two floors to choose from: the sushi bar where the chef shows off his skills and the dining room upstairs.
The food: The highlights are the light battered tempura moriawase (prawns and vegetable, B360), or opt for the set of nine bites comprising fish like otoro, anago, engawa and uni (B3,200). The restaurant uses beef sourced from Kagishima (B450), said to be tastier than the more commonly found wagyu. If you’re still hungry, indulge in some rice topped with foie gras (B550).
The drinks: A standard selection of sake starts from B130 with the recommendations including Ozeki Karatanba (B4,000 for 1.8 liter).
The crowd: A mix of trendy Thais and Japanese expats.
|Address:||Kaze Fresh Japanese Restaurant, 318 Thonglor Soi 10, Bangkok, Thailand|
|Price Range:||BB - BBB|
|Open since:||August, 2013|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri noon-3pm, 5-10pm; Fri-Sun noon-10pm|
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