Michelin-starred Chef Yoji Tokuyoshi hosts a degustation series, with wine pairings, at JOJO, The St. Regis Bangkok, from 23 to 26 November 2016.
The St. Regis Bangkok is proud to present a special guest at the kitchen of JOJO, namely acclaimed, Michelin-starred, Japanese Chef Yoji Tokuyoshi, in an exclusive four-day series of degustation lunches and dinners. From Wednesday 23 to Saturday 26 November 2016, guests can experience a variety of indulgent menus, thoughtfully devised with exceptional wine pairings.
In this series over four days, Chef Yoji brings together the culinary traditions of Japan and classical tastes of Italy, innovatively imagined in a beautiful marriage of the senses. Set to intrigue the mind and excite the palate, Chef Yoji prepares a refined selection of creative nine-, seven- and five-course gourmet dinner menus, in his unique, signature style of cuisine, with optional wine pairings, as well as a daily three-course gourmet lunch, complete with fine wines, supplied by Texica Wine.
Degustation Menu Options:
- THB 3,500++ per person including 3-course lunch
- THB 4,500++ per person including 5-course dinner
- THB 6,400++ per person including 5-course dinner with wine pairing
- THB 6,000++ per person including 7-course dinner
- THB 7,900++ per person including 7-course dinner with wine pairing
- THB 7,000++ per person including 9-course dinner
- THB 9,500++ per person including 9-course dinner with wine pairing
Guests can expect such tempting delights as: ‘Crispy Piadina with Burrata Cheese, Sea Urchin, Sea Plankton and Edible Flowers, served with a Roasted Potato Broth’; ‘Gyotaku Mackerel with Citrus Zest, Wild Fennel and Scallop Mousse, served with Pine Nut Milk’; ‘Raw Kobe Wagyu &
Wild Italian Venison, served with Warm Sake Shitake Mushroom Broth’; ‘Wild Duck and Winter Furikake, served with Red Berries & Beetroot Juice’; and many more exquisite dishes, including a superbly surprising white chocolate soufflé.
Chef Yoji established his name, working over a decade with the great Massimo Bottura, at Osteria Francescana, in Modena, Italy. Following his successes, two years ago, Chef Yoji started Tokuyoshi, in Milan. With it, he introduced his concept of Cucina Italiana Contaminata. ‘Contaminata’ is a very singular presentation of Italian cuisine, touched by Chef Yoji’s Japanese heritage, beloved by food critics and the media. Chef Yoji acquired his first Michelin Star only few months after opening Tokuyoshi, and continues to amass accolades for his unique style and flavours.
All prices subject to 7% government tax and 10% service charge.