Chinese hotpot with a Japanese twist comes to Sathorn.
Sathorn's latest hotpot restaurant, Ryunabe, hails from the snowy fields of Niseko, Hokkaido, and promises a Cantonese-Japanese bounty of fresh sashimi, prime-cut meat and seafood.
This second branch of the restaurant offers both a la carte and all-you-can-eat options, the latter of which is priced slightly higher than usual (B5,200 for two, B7,500 for three and B9,800 for four) but rest assured they don't skimp on quality.
Choose from MSG-free soups like the classic Chinese dried fish maw and chicken simmered for over 36 hours, the Hokkaido milk base or the Thai-indebted tom yum seafood stew.
The buffet line spans goodies like nicely marbled Japanese wagyu beef, Spanish Iberico pork, dumplings, as well as fresh prawns, crabs, sea urchins and oysters.
You’ll enjoy your meal in a polished setting of wood and tile, livened up with a hand-painted mural of Hokkaido’s iconic Mount Yotei.
Japanese whiskeys, sake and beer (Asahi and Sapporo) add to the experience.