Review: Kitaohji Ginza Thonglor Bangkok, Thailand


Thonglor has always been one of the more posh neighborhoods of Bangkok. It’s a popular residential area for the city’s rich and famous so celebrity sightings occur on a regular basis. Even if you’re not familiar with the who’s who of Bangkok, you’ll enjoy the overall attractiveness of the people who frequent this part of town.

A bustling hub of restaurants, bars, night clubs and trendy coffee shops, you won’t have to look further for dining and entertainment options. Over the years Thonglor has also become popular with Japanese expats and therefore it’s filled with restaurants from the land of the rising sun.

By Mr. & Mrs. Tardivel Luxury Society Asia team 

Kitaohji opens first branch outside of Japan located in Thonglor Soi 8,  the hospitality with relief and trust and served 300,000 groups since the establishment 80 years ago in Ginza.

Kitaohji Ginza Thailand is a destination restaurant for diners to enjoy Japanese “Kaiseki” cuisine,   a traditional multi-course Japanese dinner. The term also refers to the collection of skills and techniques that allow the preparation of such meals and is analogous to Western haute cuisine.

The restaurant exterior and interior design are inspired from a traditional Japanese house,  charming landscaped Zen garden, wooden floor, using lots of bamboo trees. As soon as you walk through the “Sukiya” gate, you will find a serene space with no bustle.

Kitaohji Ginza Thailand is a perfect place for entertain your VIP clients, or gartering with friends after busy working days.

All year round, seasonal Japanese cuisine of Kitaohji Ginza, prepared by chefs with traditional skills and spirits, making the best use of selected seasonal ingredients and depicts each season in every dish. Each time you come here, you can feel feel the change of seasons and feast with your eyes, taste, experience in the atmosphere which makes you forget about your busy daily life.

Kitaohji Ginza Thailand offers hospitality to you in our rooms, all of which are completely private.

There are different size of spacious rooms for various purposes: receptions, company dinner meetings, friend & family celebrations and banquets.

“Kaiseki” follows a set order, according to dish type, with each specific selection dependent on the day’s produce. Here also provide some a la carte menu and special seasonal promotions.

Selections of “Yamanashi Kaiseki” set

First, a cold appetizer such as Japanese beef stew in jelly sauce is served, followed by Tuna & Seabass sashimi. The main course is then served, followed by cold noodles, dessert and seasonal fruit.

Tuna & Seabass sashimi

A4 Waghu “Hoba Yaki” – Charcoal grilled kuroge Waghu with “Hoba” leaves cooked with Kitaohii original miso

Products display at the restaurant, talk to chefs or the team so then they can recommend you what to order.

A la carte menu features sushi and sashimi, as well as select dishes from the “Kaiseki” options

Grilled Taraba king crab

Baked Hokkaido crab with white sauce 

There’s a wide variety of drinks, for Japanese foodie highly recommended to order sake to pair with your dishes.

Some highlight sakes

Seasonal Japanese cuisine. This October features “Unagi Donae Gohan”, eel from Osumi Island where the found Eels more delicious than other place. Those live in onsen water.

Kitaohji Ginza Thailand is one of our Japanese Top Notches – a must visit restaurants while you visit Bangkok. We love the premium, fresh ingredients that they use here. The service team has done a great job to look after all clients.

Kitaohji Ginza Thailand

Address: 212 Thonglor Soi 8 (Behind Eight building) Sukhmvit 55 Watana Bangkok 10110

Lunch: Sat – Sun only 11:30~15:00  (Last Order 14:00)

Dinner: Everyday 17:00~23:00  (Last Order 22:00)

Tel: 66 02-714-7997