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Established in Los Angeles in 2006 by Keizo Seiki, Sushi Zo was awarded its first Michelin star in 2009, followed by a second for its third branch in New York. The same omakase experience is now available in Bangkok, Sushi Zo’s first venue outside the US.
Rating : 17/20
Dining at Sushi Zo is an extraordinary gastronomic experience with each bite offering a graceful transition through a culinary tale. Flavours and textures tease the palate, while a dedication to detail and an adventurous, modern approach elevates the overall experience. The omakase meal spans around 20 courses, including sushi and non-sushi items that are crafted according to the day’s catch. Hirame is presented with a kick of yuzu zest and ponzu while maguro akami melts in the mouth. Shimaaji is complemented by shishito peppers, madai is beautifully smoked and served with apple, tsubugai offers a juicy sweetness and uni and ika together create a refined burst of flavours. The meal ends with a freshly whisked matcha tea and a box of mixed desserts, tamago and fresh fruit.
Rating : 38/40
The drinks list is small, yet meticulously selected for the omakase experience, with around six sakes and three beers—all Japanese.
Rating : 15/20
Rating : 18/20