Foie Gras: Premium Sushi come back at Daiichi Japanese Restaurant

General Press Releases Thursday June 8, 2017 13:23
Bangkok--8 Jun--The Emerald Hotel

Daiichi Japanese Restaurant of the Emerald Hotel, created special menu of "Premium Sushi" with our specially selected ingredients "Foie Gras Sushi" "Wagyu Sushi" " Hokkigai Sushi" (Surf Clam) "Unagi Sushi" and many kinds of Japanese food such as sashimi, teppanyaki, tempura, soup including soft drink, herbal drink, coffee or tea only 650 baht++/person.

Special promotion : Come in a group of 4, the 4th person pay only 99 baht++ except Friday- Saturday's night, and public holidays.
For more information, please call 0-2276-4567 ext. 8593

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