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Top 15 Places to Have Omakase in Bangkok A Delicious Treat

Top 16 Places to Have Omakase in Bangkok: A Delicious Treat

Bangkok is home to some of the best restaurants in the SEA region, and some of these are omakase restaurants – good news if you’re a foodie who loves Japanese food and a bit of gastronomic adventure!

Essentially, omakase (“I’ll leave it up to you” in Japanese), is putting complete trust in the chef on what food to prepare. Naturally, you’ll want to visit a trusted spot, right?

Well, that’s where we come in! For this list, we’ve done the legwork (and gained some extra pounds) for you so you’ll know where to find the best omakase dining spots in Bangkok. Let’s go!  

Sushi Misaki NOBU


Bandara Suite Silom Hotel the 2nd floor Saladang Soi 1
75/1 FloorM Saladang Road silom Bangrak Bankok 10500

Operating Hours: 

  • 11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. (Tuesday – Sunday)
  • 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. (Tuesday – Sunday)

Contact Number: +66 62 495 2386


Prices: Only Omakase course 4000B or 6000B

Located in the vibrant city of Bangkok, Sushi Misaki NOBU stands out as a beacon of exceptional Japanese cuisine, particularly renowned for its omakase experience.

With glowing reviews and a dedicated clientele, we love how this restaurant has carved a niche for itself in the bustling culinary scene of the Thai capital.

The heart and soul of Sushi Misaki NOBU lies in its omakase offerings, where patrons entrust the chef to curate a multi-course meal that showcases the freshest and most exquisite ingredients of the day.

Priced at either 4,000 or 6,000 baht per person, we find that the omakase menus promise an unforgettable journey through the flavors and textures of authentic Japanese cuisine.

We think that the chef’s creativity shines through in every dish, as they skillfully prepare each course right before your eyes.

With an emphasis on freshness, the ingredients are meticulously sourced and expertly handled to ensure a dining experience that delights the senses.

Beyond the culinary delights, Sushi Misaki NOBU offers a comfortable and inviting ambiance that encourages relaxation and enjoyment.

Whether you’re celebrating a special occasion or simply indulging in a culinary adventure, we think the restaurant provides a welcoming environment for all.

Pro Tip:

Sushi Misaki NOBU doesn’t have their own website yet, so it may be hard to find their most updated offerings. Regardless, they’re always just a message away for any inquiries!

Ginza Sushi Ichi

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Address: 3rd Floor, 999 Gaysorn Centre Room 3F- 08 Lumphini, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand

Operating Hours: 

  • 11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. (Tuesday – Sunday)
  • 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. (Tuesday – Sunday)

Contact Number: +66 22 500 014


Prices: 4,500 to 7,500 ฿

Ginza Sushi Ichi is a solid choice if you’re in the mood for a top-tier omakase dining experience. This one-star Michelin restaurant serves superb chef’s choice sushi made with fresh fish ingredients imported directly from the Tsukiji Fish Market in Tokyo.

That means you’ll get the same quality dishes served at their other omakase restaurant branches in Japan and Singapore. Even the highly minimalist interior adds to the authentic experience.

That makes it the perfect place for genuine omakase dining in Bangkok. Their lunch and dinner omakase consist of an appetizer, sashimi, seasonal cooked dishes, chef’s choice sushi, miso soup, and dessert which cost 4,500 and 7,500 baht respectively.

Pro Tip:

Ginza Sushi Ichi’s limited seating can only accommodate 5 customers, so booking in advance is highly recommended.

Sushi Masato

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Address: 3, 22 Soi Sawatdi, Khlong Toei Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand

Operating Hours: 

  • 12 p.m. – 2 p.m. (Tuesday – Sunday)
  • 5 p.m. – 10 p.m. (Tuesday – Sunday)

Contact Number: +66 97 234 1370


Prices: 4,000 to 6,000 ฿

This exclusive omakase bar near Sukhumvit Road is a great place for those who want to sample traditional Edo-style sushi and sashimi. 

Given its Michelin Plate award, diners can expect delicious food made with high-quality ingredients. A standout is the Premium omakase course, featuring abalone, hairy crab, and uni, depending on what’s in season. 

Pro Tip:

Since Sushi Masato only caters to nine customers at a time and it’s a fan favorite, expect its slots to be filled quickly. We recommend booking on their website at least a month in advance to ensure a slot! 

Sushi-Misaki Rainhill

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Address: 777 Rainhill G-floor Sukhumvit Road, 47 Klong Ton Nue Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand

Operating Hours: 

  • 12 p.m. – 2 p.m. (Friday – Wednesday)
  • 5 p.m. – 10 p.m. (Friday – Wednesday)

Contact Number: +66 61 962 3381


Prices: 4,800 to 7,200 ฿

Sushi-Misaki Rainhill is a traditional-style omakase restaurant run by Chef Masahiro Misaki. He was trained in Japan, so expect to get sushi and sashimi made with Edo-style cured, fermented, and aged fish.

The restaurant’s interior is a mix of Thai and Japanese-style designs which are made more welcoming by the chef’s relaxed and fun vibes. Overall, the atmosphere is perfect for enjoying the food.

A popular choice is the 20-course omakase menu, which consists of an appetizer, miso soup, chef’s choice nigiri sushi, sushi roll, tamago, and light seasonal dessert. 

Pro Tip:

Sushi-Misaki can only host up to ten customers so we recommend making an advanced booking to get your fair share of mouth-watering omakase in Bangkok.

Sushi Kuuya

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Address: 2F Vivre Langsuan 34/3 Soi Langsuan, Lumphini, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand

Operating Hours: 5:30 p.m. – 10 p.m. (Tuesday – Sunday)

Contact Number: +66 92 916 9299


Prices: 6,500+ ฿

For the sophisticated, Chef Goji Kobayashi’s specially curated omakase experience is a must-try when you’re in Bangkok. He worked in Michelin-starred restaurants, so you find that the traditional specialties are top-notch.

Our team’s Japanese cuisine fans particularly enjoyed Sushi Kuuya’s anago or saltwater eel. The chef pre-cooks it in the restaurant’s custom-made stove before it’s grilled for the extra crispy texture and smoky flavor.

Aside from the eel, their signature 18-course meal comes with numerous chef’s choice sushi and sushi rolls. This small omakase bar, so booking a slot is recommended.

Pro Tip:

Just like most omakase restaurants we’re featuring, Sushi Kuuya has limited seating – eight, to be exact. So make sure you book ahead to enjoy the food at the time of your liking. 

Sushi Saryu

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Address: อาคาร โครนอส สาทร ชั้น G 46 N Sathon Road, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500, Thailand

Operating Hours: 6 p.m. – 10 p.m. (Tuesday – Sunday)

Contact Number: +66 83 912 9288


Prices: 8,000+ ฿

This place is one of the more exquisite omakase restaurants in Bangkok. Sushi Saryu’s Chef Suji Seido was the former head chef of Ginza Sushi Ichi’s Singapore branch, so this place can provide top-tier sushi dishes worthy of a Michelin star.

Though their omakase menu is pricier than most places, they typically use seasonal ingredients that are hard to come by like botan ebi (green shrimp) roe. It has a richer, more luxurious sweetness than the commonly used ama ebi (pink shrimp) roe.

That makes it the perfect ingredient for nigiri sushi which Sushi Saryu is great at.

Pro Tip:

We suggest booking a few days in advance because Sushi Saryu only offers their exclusive omakase to 6 guests daily. They can accommodate up to 8 guests if it’s a private group booking.

Sushi Kappo Takizawa

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Address: 13/3 S Sathon Road, Thung Maha Mek, Sathon, Bangkok 10120, Thailand

Operating Hours: 11 a.m. – 11 p.m. (Tuesday – Sunday)

Contact Number: +66 80 643 3323


Prices: 2,500 to 8,000 ฿

This omakase bar in Bangkok mixes traditional Edo-style techniques with Kappo cuisine. That means you’re treated to an omakase dining experience that focuses on the chef’s craftsmanship as he makes the dish in front of you.

That’s why Sushi Kappo Takizawa is one of the more unique omakase places you’ll find in Thailand. Their lunch omakase menu is also cheaper than most places in the city with only a 2,500 baht starting price.

It’s a 10-course sushi meal that’s perfect for those who want to sample omakase for the first time. This way, you won’t feel cheated if omakase ends up not being your cup of tea.

Pro Tip:

Parking space is very limited in Sushi Kappo Takizawa. Be sure to pre-book your visit if you’re gunning for this restaurant.

Sushi Saito

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Address: Chaophraya Estate 300 Charoen Krung Road, Yannawa Sathon, Bangkok 10120, Thailand

Operating Hours: 12 p.m., 6 p.m., 7:45 p.m. (Tuesday – Sunday)

Contact Number: +66 85 550 0791


Prices: 5,800 to 10,500 ฿

Sushi Saito is a renowned Michelin-starred omakase restaurant in Japan with branches in Malaysia and Thailand. Their omakase bar in Bangkok is a promising venue that serves elaborate multi-course meals using high-quality ingredients.

The top pick is the 19-course menu with a starting price of 10,500 baht. It features a variety of chef’s choice sushi with premium fish, sushi rolls, and exquisite ingredients like uni.

Pro Tip:

Sushi Saito accepts requests from customers with specific dietary restrictions. However, you must book in advance so they have enough time to make the arrangements.

Sushi Zo

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Address: 63 Witthayu Road, Lumphini, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand

Operating Hours:

  • 12 p.m. – 2 p.m. (Monday – Saturday)
  • 5:30 p.m. – 10 p.m. (Monday – Saturday)

Contact Number: +66 91 757 2222


Prices: 7,000+ ฿

Sushi Zo is a unique omakase bar in Bangkok because they don’t serve soy sauce with their sushi. They boast a masterclass preparation technique to create savory and flavorful dishes which makes this age-old condiment unnecessary.

This place specializes in seasonal fish that are specially imported from different parts of the world. That means you’re covered for all the best ingredients currently available on the market.

For an even more unique experience, you can also book their private omakase dining service. With this, you can enjoy Sushi Zo’s top-tier offerings in the convenience of your home.

Pro Tip:

This omakase bar is tucked away in the Athenee Hotel, so first-time visitors may struggle to find it due to the lack of signs. If you can’t find it, you can ask at for help at the hotel’s reception desk.

Sushi Ichizu

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Address: 1982 New Petchaburi Road, Bang Kapi, Huai Khwang, Bangkok 10310, Thailand

Operating Hours: 

  • 12 p.m. – 2 p.m. (Tuesday – Sunday)
  • 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. (Tuesday – Sunday)
  • 8 p.m. – 10 p.m.  (Tuesday – Sunday)

Contact Number: +66 65 738 9999


Prices: 6,000 to 8,000 ฿

If you’re particularly fond of fresh Japanese sushi, this omakase place in Bangkok won’t disappoint. They import fresh fish from Tokyo’s Tsukiji Fish Market every day, so expect to get the best ingredients during your visit.

Think black abalone (kuro awabi), threat-sail filefish (kawahigi), black throat seaperch (nodoguro), horsehair crab (kegani), and a rare cut of tuna (shimofuri). These are available from the three omakase courses that Sushi Ichizu offers.

Of these, we recommend the full-course omakase which costs 8,000 baht since it gives 18 bites of the best sushi dishes this capital city has to offer.

Pro Tip:

Our favorite was the kuro awabi. You must dip it in their special liver sauce for an explosion of flavors.


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Address: The Okura Prestige Bangkok, 57 Witthayu Road, Lumphini, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand

Operating Hours: 

  • 6 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. (Daily)
  • 11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. (Daily)
  • 6 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.  (Daily)

Contact Number: +66 26 879 000


Prices: 4,900 to 6,500 ฿

If you like sushi as much as scenic cityscapes, you can’t pass on Yamazato. This omakase bar is on the 24th floor of The Okura Prestige Bangkok Hotel, so expect to get the best view of the capital city’s skyline.

Moreover, this place’s signature menu is based on traditional Kaiseki Ryori which makes it one of the more unique omakase experiences in Bangkok. They have a Standard Kaiseki Omakase and Premium Kaiseki Omakase menu.

The latter option is the most notable since it includes 3 starters, 5 sashimi, a chef’s choice grilled dish, 7 sushi, and 3 desserts. Though the restaurant opens daily, the Kaiseki Omakase is only available from Wednesdays to Sundays at 6:30 p.m.

Pro Tip:

It’s important to note that Yamazato’s Kaiseki Omakase offerings are only available from Wednesdays to Sundays at 6:30 p.m. even though they open daily. Keep this in mind before booking your visit.

OJI Omakase

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Address: Amanta Hotel & Residence Sathorn, 50 Ngam Duphli Alley, Thung Maha Mek, Sathon, Bangkok 10120, Thailand

Operating Hours: 

  • 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. (Daily)
  • 5 p.m. – 10 p.m. (Daily)

Contact Number: +66 98 808 8100


Prices: 1,090 to 2,790 ฿

OJI Omakase is among Bangkok’s modern omakase restaurants. It has a more contemporary interior which features large glass windows for a healthy amount of natural lighting.

This place has the most affordable lunch omakase set on our list, and we think it’s definitely worth a shot. It’s a 12-course menu consisting of 7 sushi, 3 sushi rolls, a dobin mushi broth, and a castella dessert for only 1,090 baht.

That makes it the ideal omakase spot when you want a good experience without breaking the bank.

Pro Tip:

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Tempura Kanda

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Address: 88 Sukhumvit Road, Klong Tan Nuea Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand

Operating Hours: 

  • 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. (Thursday – Tuesday)
  • 5:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m. (Thursday – Tuesday)

Contact Number: +66 27 127 619


Prices: 6,400 to 8,400 ฿

Unlike most omakase spots in Bangkok, Tempura Kanda is distinct for its wide selection of tempura dishes. It has a simple interior design with a notable marble-topped counter which gives it a unique charming atmosphere.

Their tempura omakase menu is made using seasonal vegetables and seafood sourced from Thailand and Japan. Our team particularly enjoyed their superb ama ebi (pink shrimp) tempura which explains how the restaurant got its Michelin Plate award.

Pro Tip:

If you book in advance, you can request a specific fish or menu item. However, it’s still subject to availability.

MASA – Otaru Masazushi

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Address: ICONSIAM, ฝั่ง Siam Takashimaya, ชั้น4 โซน Rose Dining, 299 ซอย เจริญนคร 5 Charoen Nakhon Road, คลองต้นไทร Khlong San, Bangkok 10600, Thailand

Operating Hours: 

  • 11:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. (Daily)
  • 5:30 p.m. – 10 p.m. (Daily)

Contact Number: +66 20 053 800


Prices: 3,200 to 10,000 ฿

The MASA – Otaru Masazushi in Bangkok’s ICONSIAM Mall is a well-known omakase restaurant brand with 80 years of history in Japan. They specialize in Ezo-mae-style sushi which is made using traditional technique that highlights the dish’s natural flavor.

It’s done using minimal seasoning and careful preparation to ensure the sushi’s main ingredient stands out. That makes MASA a great place for hardcore sushi lovers who love to savor the fish used in their sushi.

Pro Tip:

MASA accepts special requests from guests celebrating birthdays, anniversaries, etc. You must book a few days in advance so they can make the necessary arrangements.

They’re also known to give gifts to guests on such occasions.

Mono Sei

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Address: Units HG06-HG10, Ground Floor Intercontinental Bangkok, 973 Phloen Chit Road, Lumphini, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand

Operating Hours: 6 p.m. – 11 p.m. (Thursday – Tuesday)

Contact Number: +66 94 654 6326


Prices: 6,000 to 12,000 ฿

Mono Sei is among the most exquisite omakase places in Bangkok. They typically use top-of-the-line ingredients sourced from every corner of the world, which are sometimes only available through auctions.

That makes them a solid pick for tourists who want to sample the most premium dishes you’ll ever find in an omakase spot in Thailand. Mono Sei’s most exceptional offering is the 20-22-course omakase set priced at 12,000 baht.

It has seasonal fish sashimi, several chef’s choice tempura and sushi, grilled fish, tamagoyaki, soup of the day, and light desserts.

Pro Tip:

Be wary. Mono Sei doesn’t accept walk-ins so you must book a slot before going here.


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Address: Sathorn Gardens, 39 S Sathon Road, Thung Maha Mek, Sathon, Bangkok 10120, Thailand

Operating Hours: 12 p.m. – 10 p.m. (Thursday – Tuesday)

Contact Number: +66 92 369 7924


Prices: 9,900 to 19,900 ฿

If you want to try an expensive omakase dining experience in Bangkok, go to Meruto. Its signature “Winter Top Tribute” is an 18-course menu consisting of seasonal tsumami, sashimi, and sushi dishes made only using rare and auctioned ingredients.

That’s why it’s one of the more exclusive experiences you can have in Thailand. Fresh seafood is an all-time favorite here and their Japanese deep blue seasonal omakase sushi is tough to beat. 

Pro Tip:

The “Winter Top Tribute” course in Meruto is only available in limited seating, so you must book from their website at least 3 days in advance to secure a slot. The Yufuku course is not as exclusive so you only need to book at least a day in advance.

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