Kisso Japanese Restaurant marks its 25th Anniversary as one of the most popular and awarded Japanese restaurants in Bangkok this year. Considering they provide promising quality of dining experience. I grabbed my chance to try out their well-known menu.
The place seems to be casual for a Japanese lunch and the place not fully packed at my visit. As expected from hotel quality service, the staff are well-trained and their service are top-notched.
Sumono Moriwase – Octopus, Hokkaido Scallops, boiled prawn, eel and mackerel in vinegar sauce.
Starting with appetizer with visually stunning and acidic aroma from aroma does enhance my appetite.
Tempura batter are light and crispy as good tempura should be. Taraba crab tempura are just lovely with sweetness of the crab and crispiness form tempura batter. Overall shrimp and vegetables are also amazing.
Juicy and succulent Kurobuta pork texture with well-round seasoning as variety of sauce to extend the possibility of flavor. Side dishes vegetables and fried garlic are also worth mentioning as their flavor harmonize with the main dish.
Salmon Nigiri Sushi
Fresh and sweet salmon sushi. I just love how simple and amazing this menu always impress me every time.
Spicy Salmon Gunkan (Salmon and avocado)
Added with spicy sauce with avocado to increase rigidity of sweet salmon.
Aburi Hamachi and Kiwi fruit nigiri, red wine sauce (left)
This menu makes me felt excited from curiosity when ordering. Combining Hamachi texture and sweetness with refreshing Kiwi and bold red wine sauce makes an incredible options for a exciting meal.
Salmon and Unagi Nigiri with Mentaiko Sauce (Right)
Large Sushi packed with bold flavor of Unagi and Mentaiko supported by Salmon sweetness.
Saba, Hamachi and Maguro (Akami) Nigiri
Overall fish texture are fresh and prepping quality are visually stunning with enjoyable flavor. The bill came out around 2,000 THB (approximately 60 USD) which seems like a reasonable price for the meal.