Found in a haven incorporating the vibrancy found on the streets of Thailand’s capital, the newly opened Tenshino is the definition of bohemian chic.
It’s in the glass tower that we find the latest addition to this “resort in the city” lifestyle hotel in the Soi Rangnam neighborhood. The restaurant is a social Japanese dining experience with communal and individual tables, upon which are served dishes made from contemporary ingredients freshly imported from Japan and France. Executive Chef Yohei Okita’s extensive career has dotted the globe from Japan to Australia, Canada and now Thailand, expertly informing Tenshino’s global feel. Plates designed for sharing celebrate the diversity and seasonality of Japanese produce - innovative recipes which draw on traditional culinary techniques. The menu’s raw section for sushi, Hokkaido sea urchin, and Jean-Paul Monsieur oysters take diners on a journey from Western Europe to the Far East.
With nearly 140 labels across Champagne, sparkling, red, white, rosé, dessert and sweet, Tenshino’s wine list stands up next to Chef Okita’s special creations, whilst also sitting back comfortably with his homemade snacks. Varietals range from famous to lesser-known regionals for something to suit every palate and budget. The almost 13-strong collection of wines by-the-glass are served using the Coravin system to preserve freshness and flavor.