Writing about the omakase experience at Tenko Omakase Bangkok at Pullman Bangkok King Power is a piece of cake. Tenko possesses every necessary quality for my fondness of this Omakase dining experience.
To many people, Omakase is all about placing our full trust on the sushi chef in delivering an unforgettable Omakase experience. For me, Omakase in a fine dining setting entails more than that. I would prefer sitting at the chef table in a comfortable dining ambience; I would love to be able to interact with the sushi chef throughout my Omakase experience to understand more about each course he is serving me; I would also love to enjoy my Omakase in a beautiful location.
Tenko Omakase Bangkok has it all!
Starting from its unique location. Tenko Omakase Bangkok is situated in the most beautiful spot inside Pullman Bangkok King Power. The standalone modern Japanese-styled house elegantly stands in the middle of a botanic garden, surrounded by lush greenery and koi ponds. Such serene privacy is hardly found anywhere in the heart of Bangkok.
Chef Goji Kobayashi, who has developed and refined traditional Japanese techniques as he worked in a Michelin Starred omakase-style restaurant in San Francisco, is fluent in English. We had interesting conversation throughout our dining, turning our Omakase experience very interactive and joyful.
We had enjoyed a beautifully premium 16-course Omakase. While watching Chef Goji in motion, we also learnt from him about the produces used for the Omakase. Chef Goji likes to use seasonal fresh harvests he can ably source from Toyosu market in Japan. He is especially interested in sourcing specialities that may not be easily found in other Omakase restaurants in Bangkok for crafting his unique Omakase.
Premium 16-course Omakase
To enjoy the Omakase experience to the fullest, we ordered a bottle of sake at the recommendation of Chef Goji! It was an aromatic, smooth sake! Joyful dining spirit lifted!
There are only 10 seats at Tenko Omakase Bangkok. We would highly recommend you to book your seats in advance!
Tenko Omakase Bangkok is open every day from Tuesday – Sunday. (Monday is close because the fish market in Japan closes on Sundays)
Dinner: 2 rounds a day at 18.00 and 20.00 hrs.
Maximum 10 seats available per time
Nigiri Course THB 5,500 net per person for 14 dishes
Premium Course THB 7,000 net per person for 16 dishes
Will Gourmet Bangkok recommend Tenko Omakase Bangkok?
I would highly recommend Tenko for its unique, elegant location and the interactive dining experience with Chef Goji.
Tenko has its unique charm that no other Omakase restaurants can offer! Chef Goji is capable of making an unforgettable Omakase dining experience for you. ~ Chelsea