If you prefer a more traditional Japanese sushi train experience, then Sen-ryo could be for you. Come here to experience classics like salmon (B80), wagyu (B480) and chutoro (medium fatty tuna, B210) whipped up by a friendly Japanese chef who’s been making sushi for more than 30 years. Visit now and you’ll get a 30% discount until July 15 for food only
The buzz: Sen-ryo imports everything from Japan; from its chef to the crockery, and of course nearly every ingredient used to create the traditional dishes on its menu. The attention to detail extends to the water they use to clean the fish and cook their rice, which is cleaned through reverse osmosis. The first Sen-ryo outside of Japan was in Hong Kong and it’s a pretty big deal out there, with customers lining up for lunch.
The décor: Simple, elegant sofa seating along the conveyor belt and the requisite light-colored wooden furnishings. Private rooms are also available.
The food: Mainly classic sushi dishes. Plates placed on the conveyor belt have a chip attached to them to ensure freshness by getting automatically removed from the belt after a certain amount of time. Recommended dishes include the fresh kama toro sushi (tuna cheeks, B350), salmon roe sushi (B280), wagyu beef (B480) and incredibly creamy sea urchin (B780).
The drinks: Sake starts at B240/glass and beers include Asahi Draft (B75), Singha (B125) and Heineken (B90).
The crowd: Mainly Japanese expats from the area.
|Address:||Sen-ryo, Room RG01, G/F, Nihonmura Mall, 85 Thonglor Soi 13, Bangkok, Thailand|
|Price Range:||BB - BBB|
|Open since:||June, 2013|
|Opening hours:||daily 10:30am-1pm, 5-9pm|
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