Japanese Brunch like no other – Cool Sunday Brunch @ Tsu and Nami

| April 22, 2015 | 0 Comments
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Tsu Nami, these two award winning restaurants Tsu (sushi) & Nami (Teppanyaki) are bringing you over 150+ unique creations specially prepared by the Japanese Master Chef Norio Nomoto.Cool as every Sunday, its concept is to welcome all those who appreciate Japanese cuisine and contemporary interior Japanese design. With waitresses dressed in cool easy going outfits, guests can enjoy the ambience with the company of friends and family in a cool setting with upbeats from the DJ that spins every week.

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Arrangements include 9 different variety of Sushi, 8 Sushi choices, imported oysters from 3 different regions of the world, over 9 different array of Teppanyaki including imported Australian striploin, tenderloin and ribeye as well as lamb.  Witness a station only for foie gras and fresh sizzling seafood such as prawns, salmon and butterfish and more. Inline image 3

Favorites also include the crisp and crunchy tempura stations, hot pot combinations and not to be missed, the sweet desserts station served altogether with endless free-flow sparkling wine, sake and Asahi beer to ting your buds starting from THB 1,890++ and only THB 500++ for free-flow. All yours every Sunday from 11:30 until 15:00. Come to Tsu and Nami and feast your senses. Worth the try, definitely worth your buds.

*All prices are subject to 10% service charge and applicable government tax

For more information or reservations, please call +66 2656 7700 ext.  4800

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