Kyo-Tei: Bangkok’s newest Japanese restaurant transports your taste buds on extraordinary gastronomic journey


In Japan, the culinary arts are highly revered. To become an itamae (Japanese chef) requires years of training and rising to the position of hanaita (head chef) is a lifelong pursuit of excellence. At Kyo-Tei, the acclaimed Japanese fine-dining restaurant in Bangkok, two master chefs are elevating the city’s gastronomic scene to exciting new heights.

Managed by AQ Gourmet & Dine, the F&B arm of Aquarius International, Kyo-Tei is a contemporary restaurant that showcases classical kaiseki, teppanyaki and omakase cuisine under one roof. Guided by the artistry of Chef Nishioka Masaki and Chef Kouhei Kamo, two Japanese culinary icons with over 60 years of experience between them, this stylish dining destination transport guests on truly extraordinary epicurean adventures.


Now, these two Japanese master chefs have come together for the first time to delight diners at Kyo-Tei. Together, they will fuse the freshest ingredients with classic techniques and six decades of knowhow to curate outstanding guest experiences. With a private Kaiseki Omakase Room featuring only eight seats and a chic six-seat Teppanyaki Room on the second floor, Kyo-Tei is ideal for special occasions and intimate gatherings.

Discover Chef Masaki’s exceptional skills first-hand, with a series of set menus that comprise a handcrafted selection of delectable dishes. Each omakase option showcases premium ingredients or distinctive dishes, such as grilled Motobu A5 wagyu beef, grilled abalone steak or pike conger eel, cooked to perfection and served with a variety of appetizers, ultra-fresh sashimi, rice, miso soup and more.


Diners are will also be immersed in a dramatic, interactive world of live culinary theatre, as meat and seafood sizzles on the teppan grill and flames flicker towards the ceiling. Kyo-Tei showcases a series of tempting teppanyaki set menus featuring premium produce such as wagyu beef, live scallops, abalone, lobster and more, with multiple accompaniments.

In addition to the omakase and teppanyaki rooms, diners can discover an elegant main dining hall, a sushi counter, stylish bar on the ground floor and a sake and whiskey bar on the second floor, plus alfresco seating areas amid verdant gardens.

10/6 Soi Sukhumvit 38, Phra Khanong, Khet Khlong Toei, Bangkok 10110, Thailand

Leave a Comment