Feast for the boys (and girls too!)

tasty April 09, 2018 16:00

By The Nation

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Yamazato, the Michelin Plate signature Japanese restaurant at The Okura Prestige Bangkok, will celebrate Japan’s Tango no Sekku or Boys’ Festival with special Gozen lunch platters and a Kaiseki dinner from April 30 to May 20.



The first Gozen lunch platter features smoked salmon with shrimp, scallop dumpling soup with mushrooms, and a selection of sashimi. The second platter arrives with tempura and grilled and simmered dishes with highlight ingredients such as sea bream with miso soup and mochi wrapped in oak leaf.

The Kaiseki dinner offers a multi-course feast that includes a starter of pomelo with torched conger eel and crabmeat in a balsamic sauce, a soup of bamboo shoot dumplings with a touch of yuzu, and a selection of sashimi. 

Follow with grilled mackerel and beef with papaya dressing, simmered sea bream with bamboo shoots, taro, butterbur, and a sesame cream sauce, a selection of tempura with young sweet fish as the star of the show, and a noodle dish of vermicelli with herring served with gourd shavings and sushi roll. 

The Gozen lunch is priced at Bt1,300 and Kaiseki dinner at Bt4,500-plus.

Book your table by calling (02) 687 9000 or visit www.okurabangkok.com.