Kinu by Takagi
Chef Takagi Kazuo of the two-Michelin-starred Kyoto Cuisine Takagi brings the elevated Kaiseki dining experience to the Thai capital for the first time. His composed, delicate and expressive dishes, offering his refined Kyoto-style cuisine, known as ‘Kyo-ryori’, reflect the seasons and cultures of both Japan and Thailand. He skillfully integrates a number of local Thai ingredients alongside the finest Japanese produce.
The 10-seat restaurant will offer Kaiseki dining, the sophisticated and elegant iteration of Japanese cuisine that is a true expression of culinary skill and experience. As with Omakase dining, guests leave themselves in the hands of the chef as he creates a seasonal menu that is an elegant celebration of Japanese aesthetics.
Offering one sitting for dinner, the culinary journey starts with a welcome drink served in a Japanese-styled Minka area, before diners are led to the counter where the real theatre begins. Here they witness the chef, a true master, at work. Guests may also choose to enjoy one of Bangkok’s finest sake collections, and the dining experience concludes with a tea ceremony.
The 10-course dinner starts at 6pm promptly from Wednesday to Sunday. Price starts from THB 8,000* per person.
Guests encouraged to arrive 30 minutes earlier to enjoy a drink in the Minka. Guests who arrive late will join the meal where it currently stands. Full payment is required upon reservation.
*The price is subject to 10% service charge and government tax.
Dress code: To ensure a sophisticated atmosphere, female guests are kindly asked to wear elegant attire and proper footwear, while gentlemen are requested to wear long trousers and closed shoes.