General Press Releases Tuesday April 17, 2018 14:49
Bangkok--17 Apr--The Westin Grande Sukhumvit
The delights of summer dining in Japan are now starring in Bangkok, too, at the season-centric Kisso Japanese Restaurant, 7fl. The Westin Grande Sukhumvit, Bangkok.
Throughout May and June, Kisso's award-winning chefs offer a nourishing and stimulating a la carte menu devoted to three of the summer season's fresh and flavorsome favorites:
  • Aji (Japanese Horse Mackerel)
  • Sawara (Japanese Spanish Mackerel)
  • Hamo (Japanese Conger Pike Eel)

Aji, or Japanese Horse Mackerel, has quite firm flesh, meaty and almost crunchy. The distinctive flavor is subtle but delicious and the delicate pink flesh is appealing to the eye. Experience Japanese Horse Mackerel in all its ocean-fresh glory in a Herbed Tartare; Charcoal-grilled with Rock Salt; and Breaded/Fried with Citrus Tartar.

Sawara, or Japanese Spanish Mackerel, meat is silky soft and a favorite for its flavor among many. The flesh is clear white to dark pink with thin silver skin and the belly especially melts in the mouth. Enjoy it at its smoky, charcoal-grilled finest Marinated with Miso; Seasoned with Natural Salt; and Marinated with Soy Sauce, Sake and Japanese Citrus.

Hamo, or Japanese Conger Pike Eel, is a sea fish caught in Japanese coastal waters – not fish farms! Indispensable to the summer festivals of Tenjin in Osaka and Gion in Kyoto, it's difficult and expensive to prepare but the palate-pleasing flavor and texture makes it all worthwhile. Kisso presents Hamo tasting fresher and more flavorsome than ever with Vegetables Hot-Pot Style and as Lightly Battered Tempura.

Relish the complex flavors amid the captivating decor of Kisso Japanese Restaurant. With its decorative welcome wall of sake pots and golden glow lighting, the serene setting is infused with authentic Japanese accents. In the main dining room, tactile wood lines the walls and decorative metal screens create intimate enclaves populated by leather-backed chairs. Brushed bronze lighting fixtures and aged bronze ceiling panels enhance the inviting ambiance.

Cuisine and decor become one at the sushi bar, teppanyaki, and charcoal grills, and in the live kitchen. Kisso can accommodate up to 110 diners, including 4 spacious private dining rooms.

Choose from two Japanese-style rooms of 12 seats each (connectable as single room holding 24 guests) and two Western rooms of 10 seats each. Moreover, Botan, or "peony", connected to Kisso, can host up to 40 guests theater-style or be divided into up to four separate rooms for even more intimate occasions.

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