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5 Japanese Delights Beyond Sushi: Exploring Bangkok's Diverse Menu

 Sushi often takes the spotlight when it comes to Japanese cuisine. No wonder, if a tourist wants japanese food nana they would order a Sushi roll. However, this culinary journey goes beyond the beloved rolls of rice and fish. 



If you are a true lover of authentic delicacies, you should go to the heart of this vibrant city to explore a diverse Japanese menu. 

 

Go to a rooftop bar in Sukhumvit where a unique menu is waiting to be explored. You will find delicious sashimi platters that dance with the flavours of the ocean. You will also be mesmerized by creative dishes that blend Japanese traditions with international twists, Bangkok's Japanese dining scene has much more to offer. For instance: 

 

 

Sashimi Platter: A Symphony of the Sea

Imagine a plate adorned with slices of sashimi, each a jewel of the ocean. In Bangkok's Japanese restaurant in Nana, you'll discover sashimi platters that redefine freshness. Delight your palate with a mix of salmon, tuna, sea bass, octopus, and the intriguing amaebi (sweet shrimp). The delicate balance of textures and flavours offers a sensory journey that transports you to the depths of the sea.

 

Japanese Caesar Crunch: A Twist of Zesty Creativity

 

Experience the classic Caesar salad like never before with a Japanese twist. The Japanese Caesar Crunch is a creative masterpiece that combines crisp white cabbage, romaine lettuce, bacon bits, pandan bread croutons, and creamy avocado. What sets it apart is the zesty wasabi Caesar dressing that adds a delightful kick to the dish. This fusion of textures and flavours is a testament to the culinary innovation of Bangkok's Japanese chefs. Plan a trip to a Rooftop Bar Nana and make sure you try the Caesar Crunch.



Australian Angus Beef Nikei: A Meat Lover's Dream

 

For those with an appetite for succulent meat, the Australian Angus Beef Nikei is a revelation. This dish features perfectly cooked Australian Angus beef, served with a quail egg for added richness and chimichurri sauce that lends a burst of flavors. It's a dish that effortlessly marries the essence of Australia with the finesse of Japanese cuisine.

 

 

Tuna Tartare: A Symphony of Freshness

 

Freshness is paramount in Japanese cuisine, and the Tuna Tartare delivers just that. Fresh Maldives tuna takes center stage in this dish, marinated in a harmonious blend of olive oil, red chili pepper, ginger, garlic, cilantro, lime juice, and a hint of wasabi. Served with delicate wonton chips, it's a delightful combination of textures and flavours that celebrates the purity of the ingredients.

 

Yakitori Grilled Chicken: A Flavorful Journey

 

Yakitori, a beloved Japanese dish, gets a Nikkei twist in Bangkok's culinary scene. Picture tender chicken thighs skewered and expertly grilled over charcoal, then coated with a red chilli teriyaki anticucho sauce. The result is a burst of flavor that dances on your taste buds, highlighting the harmony of sweet and savoury notes that Japanese cuisine is renowned for.

 

Bottom line

 

Sushi is just the beginning of your Japanese culinary adventure. The city's Japanese restaurants offer a symphony of flavours, textures, and creativity. Make sure you plan a trip to a rooftop bar sukhumvit, you'll discover a world of gastronomic wonders. To venture beyond sushi, you can also make reservations at Above Eleven. It is a 5-star rated Cocktail Bar in Sukhumvit where taste buds explore the unique Japanese inspired Peruvian menu.






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