AYU, TRULY ONE OF A KIND - TAKUMI

Travel and Lifestyle Press Releases Monday March 10, 2014 08:16
Bangkok--10 Mar--Swissotel Le Concorde Bangkok

This March, Takumi Japanese Restaurant is introducing a very rare kind of fish that is native to the Palearctic ecozone. Widely known as “Ayu” is so distinctive because of its sweetfish flesh and for its melon and cucumber aromas.

Takumi Japanese Restaurant at Swissôtel Le Concorde Bangkok has two highly recommended menus to offer which are specially made out from AYU. Enjoy Ayu Kaza Bo Shi at THB 460 and Ayu Nibitashi at THB 480. So hurry up and visit Takumi as our chef will be using “Ayu” to offer you.

Also available daily is our ever-popular All-You-Can-Eat a-la-carte lunch and dinner buffet with over 100 varieties to choose from.
For more information and reservation please call +662 694 2222 ext 1560.
Takumi is located on the ground floor of Swissotel Le Concorde Bangkok.
Takumi hours of operation: lunch 11.30 am – 14.30 pm and dinner 18.00 pm – 22.30 pm.

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