Many people always ask where the best Japanese restaurant in Bangkok is. Well, Pullman Bangkok King Power has two answers to that question – Tenko and Tenshino.
Japanese cuisine is adored by people who love food. And at Tenko and Tenshino, guests will have a distinctive, sophisticated and cutting-edge signature Japanese dining experience. In short, either could be the best Japanese restaurant in Bangkok.
Moreover, guests can choose their favorite Japanese gastronomic trip by dining at either Tenko or Tenshino. Both serve Japanese cuisine without equal and are ideal for lovers of quality Japanese dishes. Above all, they are memorable dining locations whether out with family and friends or work colleagues.
Omakase – certainly one of the finest Japanese dining events you can experience. And at the heart of the Tenko omakase experience is the quality of the produce. At Tenko, we fly ingredients in from the famous Toyosu market and other exclusive Japanese suppliers several times per week. Furthermore, all the produce reflects the changing seasons in Japan and are at their peak.
In addition, by working with small specialty producers all over Japan, Chef Goji Kobayashi ensures a unique supply of products. These products are rare even in Japan and cannot be found elsewhere in Bangkok. Most importantly, the focus is on seasonal ingredients, often hand-picked for Tenko by artisanal producers. Special ingredients include Takeshima wagyu beef, Hokkaido scallops, red sea urchin from Kyushu, rice from Niigata and tomatoes from Yamanashi.
For a slightly different experience, stop by Tenshino. With a delightfully imaginative menu, Tenshino serves inventive Japanese cuisine using the freshest ingredients possible. We fly these produce directly from Japan and France several times per week and used in the kitchen immediately. Certainly, from the first taste, you will be astounded that Japanese food outside of Japan could be so excellent.
The chefs at Tenshino celebrate the huge variety and seasonality of produce found in Japan and France. They craft modern dishes but with great respect for traditional Japanese methods and culinary traditions. Consequently, the eclectic menu features a range of inventive Japanese canapes, starters, raw seafood, mains, sides and desserts. Above all, the menu is directed by the desire to create a social and casual dining experience designed for sharing.
The diverse menu changes often depending on what is in season. However, an example selection would include appetizers such as tender wagyu beef tartar or the heavenly Hokkaido scallops. What’s more, there’s also a raw section featuring the freshest sushi and sashimi imported directly from Toyosu fish market. Another favorite are the Jean-Paul Monsieur oysters from Utah Beach in France. Similarly, from the mains section, highlights include veal sweetbread or Maine lobster.
If you aim to be the best Japanese restaurant in Bangkok, the design must match the cuisine.
Tenko is striking in its minimalist design with natural materials such as stone and wood, following Japanese design traditions. The beautiful interior is in neutral colors with dark wood, cream and grey hues plus soft lighting. Also, diners can sit at a wooden counter around the open kitchen where they view the chef in action. Moreover, there is also a separate reception area with comfortable tables and chairs. Here, guests can relax before or after their incredible omakase dining experience.
Likewise, Tenshino has exquisite attention to detail with regard to its design. It’s a wonderful combination of a French bistro and Japanese natural materials and textiles. Tenshino features a rich design scheme with bold colors and individual elements which create excitement and a hint of surprise.
Tenshino is divided into five sections, each with a slightly different style. Guests are greeted by a 5-meter communal table which is strikingly decorated. In addition, the chic bar area features curved booths and bistro-style marbled tables. In other words, it’s an ideal place for a pre-dinner drink or more casual meal.
A restaurant is only as good as the ingredients that they use. Therefore, as we aim to be the best Japanese restaurants in Bangkok, we use the very finest produce. This is why Pullman Bangkok King Power chose to partner with Sun Bridge Foods Co. Ltd. as our main supplier.
Firstly, Sun Bridge Foods are fully certified in Japan. Furthermore, they source and deliver the freshest and best quality foodstuffs direct from premium Japanese suppliers. Also, with their Japanese headquarters located next to Narita Airport, they import direct to Thailand 4 times a week. Most of their produce comes from Narita and Toyosu Markets, goods coming in from all over Japan. As a result, they guarantee that the produce we import to Thailand is the same quality that you’d eat in Japan.
To sum up, partnerships such as Sun Bridge mean that Tenshino and Tenko can serve diners exceptional and innovative cuisine.
The best Japanese restaurant in Bangkok simply has to be in the best location. And there’s no better setting than Pullman Bangkok King Power.
Tenko is in a beautiful stand-alone structure in the botanic garden. Surrounding it are lush greeneries and koi ponds. Tenshino is located in its own stylish venue on the 2nd floor of the hotel.
Both are conveniently next door to the King Power Duty Free Complex for some before or after dinner shopping fun. Nearby, diners can also visit Bangkok’s foremost shopping areas such as the Pathum Wan district. Here, you can find top shopping malls including MBK, Platinum and Siam Paragon. Plus, with the BTS Skytrain and Airport Rail Link only moments away, Tenshino and Tenko are easily accessible to everyone.
In conclusion, if you are seeking the best Japanese restaurant in Bangkok, stop by Tenko or Tenshino. You’re sure to absolutely love both of them!