Sushi is a traditional Japanese food. Sushi is usually served in sets (portions) on a plate. Depending on the type of sushi as well as the majority of children, a piece of sushi can have 2, 3, 4 or more pieces. However, if you go to Teppen Bangkok restaurant, you will enjoy sushi in a new form, that is in a bowl.
According to the introduction on Facebook, Teppen Bangkok is just a budget restaurant with a very affordable price. However, their dishes make diners appreciate from the aesthetics to the layout. Although not everyone is interested in fresh food, processed into sushi or sashimi, but in terms of uniqueness, the sushi bowls presented in full bowls with tops make people unable to ignore.
Usually, diners only eat sushi that is meticulously arranged, delicate and full of art on a minimalist plate. However, Teppen Bangkok makes a difference with its filling of ingredients, from fresh fish fillets to sea urchin or raw tuna. The moment the staff put the food on the table, anyone would have to scream because the “super-giant” appearance was so majestic and attractive.
So, when Bangkok Foodie posted a set of sashimi bowl photos of Teppen Bangkok restaurant, it quickly became popular with thousands of shares. The rice bowls are filled with fresh dishes such as tuna, scallops, salmon, salmon roe, sea urchin. In particular, the egg yolk is placed in the middle, making the dish more eye-catching. Almost no diners can resist the appeal of these 1-0-2 sushi bowls.
Right under the post, many people have left very interesting comments, mainly wanting to go to Bangkok and immediately enjoy these “giant super bowls” of sushi:
– “Not a fan of Japanese food, but they look delicious”.
– “It was night time and I saw this picture. I really wanted to cry.”
– “Oh my god, I want to fly to Bangkok right away”…
In addition to eye-catching sushi bowls, Teppen Bangkok still has traditional dishes for “newbies” to enjoy sushi and sashimi to get used to fresh food at a reasonable price. If the epidemic situation is better controlled and international tourism reopens, Teppen Bangkok will surely be one of the Japanese restaurants that sushi or sashimi devotees will hardly ignore.
Address: Teppen Bangkok – 14 Sukhumvit Soi 61, Bangkok, Thailand.
Opening time: 17h00 – 24h00.