Osaka’s two-Michelin-starred omakase specialist hits Bangkok
Calling all sushi fiends: some of Japan’s finest is now available in Bangkok. Chef Hiroki Nakanoue earned his reputation and two Michelin stars at the original branch of Sushiyoshi in Osaka. Following two further branches in Hong Kong, a fourth has now landed in Sathorn. Here, a delicate omakase dinner will set you back B6,800/person, served to a traditional 12-seat blond-wood counter in just two sittings per night. Expect traditional sushi to be treated to inventive Western touches and premium imports with stunning presentation.