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Taihei @ Banyan Tree

Address:53rd-54 floor Banyan Tree Hotel and Resorts 21/100 South Sathon Road, 10120,
Phone:+66 2 679 1200
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www.banyantree.com
 
Chef Shiraishi and sake display on venue's wall

If you love Japanese cuisine and love to sample it in as many venues as you can, today we bring you the venue where it gives you quite a different experience from other Japanese food venues.

Located upscale on the 53rd and 54th floor at Banyan Tree Bangkok, Taihei Japanese restaurant gives you a chance to dine among the city view in a rare location of this slim-shaped skyscraper on Sathorn road. Here it is a place for sushi, teppanyaki, yakitori as well as being one of the largest Sake house with nearly 100 choices of Sake types. This modern venue is decorated with simplicity with displayed Sakes on its walls. Its 70 seats offer sushi and teppanyaki counters together with traditional style of Japanese dining tables.
An ambiance at the venue

We were introduced to the long experienced chef Shiraishi Kikuo who has been fascinated in sushi making. Japanese cuisine has a minimal style of cooking: the ingredients of most dishes are not complicated. However, chef Shiraishi said learning basic Japanese cooking alone can take up to 15 years because techniques are important. In making sushi, the preparation and cooking of the sushi rice is very significant and we should make the sushi with the Japanese rice only.
Teppanyaki counter

The venue offers a wide range of raw fish for your sashimi and sushi selection. We were offered the set of sushi and sashimi which comprise of various fresh raw fish presented attractively. Taihei's signature is the Uni or sea urchin with its rich taste. The Otoro or tuna belly tastes superb with the fresh wasabi and shoyu.

Many of us may know what wasabi is but not many who know the right way of having this paste with their sashimi or sushi. Chef Shiraishi suggests that wasabi should be pasted on the sashimi or sushi first, then dip it in shoyu and finally eat it with the side pasted with wasabi to your tongue. Followed by the teriyaki and teppanyaki, we ordered the seafood teppanyaki of salmon, scallop, squid and prawn with three dips including ginger sauce, mayonnaise, shoyu and the garlic fried rice which is, traditionally, eaten at the end of the meal. We end our lunch with refreshing Japanese ice-cream of Yuza orange, red bean and green tea flavor.
Premium sashimi set

The place is recommended at dinner time for you can have the scenic view of a night in Bangkok with the lovely service the venue has to offer. And if you are drinkers, you can come and experience the taste from the variety of Sake offered with various kinds of Japanese dishes in this extraordinary sky-high restaurant.
Sushi set

The place is recommended at dinner time for you can have the scenic view of a night in Bangkok with the lovely service the venue has to offer. And if you are drinkers, you can come and experience the taste from the variety of Sake offered with various kinds of Japanese dishes in this extraordinary sky-high restaurant.
Seafood Teppanyaki set
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