Olive Hamachi at TSU, JW Marriott Hotel Bangkok

| November 9, 2015 | 0 Comments
Japanese Head Chef Norio Nomoto proudly presents to you Tsu Contemporary Japanese Restaurant’s promotion of Olive Hamachi from Kagawa, Japan.  With the support of Kagawa Prefectural Government, Japan and the Food & Beverage team of JW Marriott Hotel Bangkok, this premium produce comes freshly from Kagawa to you. IMG_2351

Hamachi, also known as young Yellowtail, is a special olive-fed breed that is grown in the pristine waters of Kagawa prefecture.  Fed with Shodoshima olives in the form of moist pellets containing olive leaves for 20 days or more, these young Yellowtails are a rich source of antioxidants and are less prone to oxidization and discoloration thus providing a refreshing taste to the palate.  Being raised on the rich Seto Inland Sea combined with the unwavering passion and determination of the people of Kagawa provides a perfect and delicious product prepared from the Tsu kitchen to the table.

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During this exciting promotional period, Chef Norio presents to you a premium Olive Hamachi menu offered in many variations.   Delight in fresh slices of Olive Hamachi as Nigiri Sushi and Sashimi, Rolled with Chef’s special XO, spicy or miso sauce, have it grilled with cheek, sea salt and teriyaki sauce or enjoy it hot Shabu Shabu style.  Do not miss this season of Hamachi with Chef Norio’s crafted menu exclusively from 15 November- 20 December 2015.nigiri

For more information and reservations, please contact Tsu Restaurant +66 2 656 7700 ext. 4800  Tsu restaurant is located on the lower lobby of JW Marriott Hotel Bangkok, Sukhumvit Soi 2

 

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