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Japanese Food in Bangkok


The very best Japanese cuisine is nirvana for people who appreciate the most glorious food. It is fresh, the flavours are impeccably balanced and the bites are perfectly-sized.

Welcome to Pullman Bangkok King Power’s distinctive, sophisticated and cutting-edge signature dining experience, and possibly the best Japanese food in Bangkok. Guests can embark on a new Japanese gastronomic voyage with the selection of Tenko Omakase restaurant, striking in its minimalist design made from natural materials such as stone and wood, in line with Japanese design traditions. And Tenshino the chic innovative Japanese restaurant, set in the most refined yet casual surroundings with a hint of bohemian chic. We serves Japanese food in Bangkok without equal and is an ideal spot for those who like to enjoy the finest tasting fare in a lively and stimulating atmosphere, whether with family and friends or for a work function with colleagues.

 

TENKO


At the heart of the Omakase Bangkok experience is the quality of the produce. Reflecting the changing seasons in Japan, ingredients are flown in from the world famous Toyosu market and other exclusive Japanese suppliers several times per week at the peak of their maturity. Working with small specialty producers all over Japan. Chef Goji Kobayashi ensures a unique supply of products that are rare even in Japan and cannot be found elsewhere in Bangkok. The focus is on seasonal ingredients, often hand-picked for Tenko by artisanal producers. Special ingredients include Takeshima A4 wagyu beef, Hokkaido scallops, red sea urchin from Kyushu, rice from Niigata, and heirloom tomatoes from Yamanashi.

 

TENSHINO


With a delightfully imaginative menu, Tenshino serves inventive Japanese cuisine using the freshest ingredients flown directly from Japan and France several times per week. From the first taste, you will be astonished that you found this most remarkable Japanese food in Bangkok. Celebrating the wide variety and seasonality of the produce, modern dishes but with great respect for traditional Japanese methods and culinary customs. The menu features a range of innovative Japanese canapes, starters, raw seafood, mains, sides and desserts, and is directed by the desire to create a social and casual dining experience designed for sharing.

The diverse menu changes often depending what is in season at the time, but an example selection would include appetizers such as wagyu beef tartar, served with caviar and crispy leek nests and Hokkaido scallops with blanched and roasted cauliflower, served with dashi and shaved Romanesco. The menu also features a raw section with a daily assortment of the freshest sushi and sashimi imported directly from Toyosu fish market in Japan, as well as Jean-Paul Monsieur oysters from Utah Beach in France. From the mains section, highlights include veal sweetbread with yuzu kosho and roasted eggplant, fettuccini served in a rich sauce made from Hokkaido sea urchin and Maine lobster seasoned with Bordier seaweed butter.

 

CONCEPTUAL DESIGN 


Tenko is striking in its minimalist design made from natural materials such as stone and wood, in line with Japanese design traditions. The beautiful interiors are finished in neutral colours with dark wood, cream and grey hues and soft lighting. Diners are seated at a wooden counter around the open kitchen where they can view the chef in action. Moreover, there is also a separate reception area fitted with comfortable tables and chairs, where guests can relax before or after their dining experience.

 

Tenshino is designed with a French bistro and the Japanese tradition for natural materials and textiles in mind, a restaurant that features a rich design scheme with bold colours and at times individual elements to create excitement and a hint of surprise. The restaurant is divided into five main sections, each with a slightly different style. As soon as guests enter the restaurant, they are greeted by a 5-metre communal table set in a boldly appointed space strikingly decorated with glass, bamboo, copper touches and a delicate wallpaper with a faded peacock print with gold embellishments. The chic bar area features curved booths and bistro-style marbled tables. The bar, where guests can enjoy a pre-dinner drink or a more casual dining experience, is made of green granite and clad with green tiles with brass detailing.

 

THE SUPPLIER


A restaurant is only as good as the ingredients that they use. As we offer both visitors and locals the very best Japanese food in Bangkok, we insist on the very finest produce, and this is why Pullman Bangkok King Power has chosen to partner with Sun Bridge Foods Co. Ltd as our main suppliers of ingredients for Tenshino.

A long-established and trusted company who are fully certified in Japan, Sun Bridge Foods Co. Ltd is an international total logistics company who source and deliver the freshest and best quality foodstuffs direct from premium Japanese suppliers. With their Japanese headquarters located next to Narita Airport, they import direct to Thailand 4 times a week. The majority of their produce comes from Narita Market and the new Toyosu Market, whose goods are delivered on a daily basis from all over Japan. Sun Bridge Foods Co. Ltd guarantees that the foods imported to Thailand are the same high-quality foods that you would eat in Japan.

With their thorough systems and processes regarding sanitation and temperature management, Sun Bridge Foods Co. Ltd has a facility that cannot be matched by any competitors. All of their carefully-selected products imported into Thailand, from vegetables to seafood to wagyu beef, are as fresh as those entering the Japanese market, and this ensures that our guests can enjoy real and authentic Japanese food in Bangkok.

It is having partnerships with top-quality suppliers such as Sun Bridge Foods Co. Ltd which means that Tenshino can continue to provide diners with exceptional and innovative Japanese cuisine that is second to none.

 

THE LOCATION


Even though we serve the best Japanese food in Bangkok, it could never be the best Japanese restaurant in Bangkok if it wasn’t in the best location. Tenko Omakase Bangkok is situated in a stand-alone structure in the botanic garden, surrounded by lush greenery and koi ponds at the lobby floor in the heart of Pullman Bangkok King Power. Tenshino is located on the 2nd floor, which is next door to the King Power Duty Free Complex in the booming heart of Bangkok, perfectly positioned in one of Bangkok’s foremost business and shopping areas. With the BTS Skytrain and Airport Rail Link only moments away, Tenshino could not be more accessible to all.

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Japanese Food in Bangkok
8/2 Rangnam Road, Thanon-Phayathai, Ratchathewi, 10400 Bangkok
Thailand
Tel: +66 (0)2 680 9999
Fax: +66 (0)2 680 9998

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