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Authentic Early Summer Seafood Treats at Yamazato Japanese Restaurant

Bangkok, Thailand (9 May 2017) To celebrate the advent of summer, Master Chef Shigeru Hagiwara at The Okura Prestige Bangkok’s Yamazato Restaurant are laying on an authentic taste of Japan with a special Early Summer Gozen lunch featuring assorted platters and a selection of ? la carte dishes. The highlight ingredient on the menu is Pike Conger Eel. Known as Hamo in Japan, it is considered a summer treat and is popular for its flavor and nutritious energy-giving properties.

The first Early Summer Gozen platter comprises a starter of avocado, simmered eel, shrimp, and maitake mushrooms with a wasabi egg yolk sauce. The seafood theme continues with a minced sardine ball soup with grilled leeks, shimeji mushrooms, and zucchini. The second platter includes dishes of grilled sea bass, and steamed rice with hijiki seaweed, shirasu young sardine, and salmon roe.  
Star of the ? la carte offerings is a dish of fig, simmered sea eel, maitake mushroom, tomato, and crab with a wasabi egg yolk sauce. Pike eel is also available in the form of the Yanagawa hot pot. Fresh oysters and sea urchin with ponzu jelly, red snapper with foie gras, and a selection of assorted sushi and sashimi with a thinly sliced squid (Ika Somen) to round off the ? la carte menu.
Early Summer Seafood promotion is available from 5 - 25 June 2017, lunch 11:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m., dinner: 6 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. Priced at Baht 1,300++ for Gozen Lunch and ? la carte dishes from Baht 400++.
Yamazato Restaurant is located on the 24th floor of The Okura Prestige Bangkok. For more information and reservations, please call 02 687 9000 or email
Prices are subject to 10% service charge and 7% government tax.

The Okura Prestige Bangkok
Park Ventures Ecoplex                     
57 Wireless Road, Bangkok 10330, Thailand         
Tel: 02 687 9000                     
Fax: 02 687 9001                          

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