What does Sushi and art have in common in the city of Bangkok?

Perfectly sculptured food is not the usual words one would use to describe any kind of dish. In fact, most would be horrified to know that this is exactly what many consider the delicacies on offer at a top sushi restaurant Bangkok has today. Raw seafood wrapped in a variety of eye-catching ways is probably something that most people shy away from; especially those who have never been daring enough to try sushi of any kind.

The art of creating healthy, nutritional arrays of traditional Japanese and sushi dishes are executed to perfection, by a chef named Shinsuke Yonekawa. This world travelled chef creates his masterpieces in a local sushi restaurant Bangkok has called Kisso, which attracts both tourists from far and wide as well as local residents. From browsing through the glorious pictures found on http://www.kissojapaneserestaurant.com/, one almost forgets that these are just photos and the rumbling in one’s tummy confirms that these dishes are ones that simply have to be eaten.

There is so much hype in the food industry to take food to new and interesting places; many end up being complete disasters while some, such as Kisso’s menu which blends traditional Japanese cuisine with modern twists, are those that simply work. Due to the fact that they only use freshly imported Japanese ingredients in their menu, it is constantly changing to adjust with what is available for each season. So one can confidently go time and again and never get bored with what is being offered.

Besides exquisitely prepared fresh food, Kisso offers a unique sushi restaurant Bangkok dining style. Their floor plan includes a general dining and sushi bar area, as well as several meeting and private rooms for those executive business meetings or social gatherings. The size and layout is so spacious that one may feel like being treated to an individual experience. Additionally, it is perfectly situated on the 8th Floor of The Westin Grande Sukhumvit; at 259 Sukhumvit 19, Bangkok. As with all popular restaurants, it is advisable to book in advance by calling Phone: 022078000 or Email: kisso.bangkok@westin.com.

For fine sushi restaurant Bangkok dining options, Kisso has such a diverse menu that each patron will be spoilt for choice. The only dilemma is what to choose as everything just begs to be eaten! Clever consumers will book a private room and order an array of dishes in order to get to try out each and every item on this fantastic Japanese restaurant’s fresh and exciting menu.

When it comes to their sushi menu – the options are equally impressive! There are 10 varieties of sashimi; 17 sushi and 8 sushi roll options, as well as 3 hand roll choices. Ingredients range from eel and crab, all the way to the usual spicy tuna, and they also have several vegetarian dishes. In conclusion, one cannot ignore that this is one of those Japanese restaurants that do not skimp on their dessert menu! Here patrons get to end their meals off with items such as green tea tiramisu; crepes with egg pudding and chocolate sauce and the crème de la crème of desserts – plum wine jelly with fruit.

 

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