The two Gozen lunch platters encompass traditionally prepared soup, sashimi, tempura and grilled and simmered dishes featuring premium seafood and autumnal ingredients.
The first platter includes grilled horse mackerel, shrimp dumpling with shimeji mushroom, and a succulent sashimi course of tuna, surf clam and yellowtail.
The second platter is a simmered dish of minced sardine ball and yuba roll with royal fern, pumpkin, eggplant and carrot with starchy ginger sauce.
In the Kaiseki dinner is a delicious starter of octopus, shrimp and surf clam with maitake mushroom and ginko nuts, a dish of crabmeat dumpling and mushrooms and a wonderful tempura course of snow crab, shrimp, sea eel and vegetables.
The dinner menu also has a hearty grilled offering of Hobayaki-style sea bass and beef garnished with eringi mushroom, ginko nuts and chestnuts, a simmered dish of minced salmon ball, turnip, grilled leek, shiitake mushroom, carrot, yuba, and garland chrysanthemum in soup. There are also hot vermicelli noodles with seasonal pike eel served with a gourd-shavings sushi roll.
The Gozen lunch will cost Bt1,300-plus, the Kaiseki dinner Bt4,700-plus.
Find out more at (02) 687 9000 or www.OkuraBangkok.com.
Published : September 19, 2018
By : The Nation