YTSB – Yellow Tail Sushi Bar, Bangkok

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Place Category: Japanese / KoreanPlace Tags: Yellow Tail Sushi Bar, Japanese Restaurant, YTSB, Sushi, YTSB - Yellow Tail Sushi Bar, Japanese, Japanese Sushi Bar, bangkok, and Sushi Bar

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    ‘The Best Sushi Bar in Bangkok’ With relentless focus on the best possible ingredients, YTSB honors the traditions of Japanese culinary art by upholding the principles of high quality and the freshest fish for exacting sushi standards, complemented by a wide range of top sakes, including some rarely found brands. The restaurant’s skillful Sushi chefs demand tireless attention to detail, obsessed with the impeccable standards of their art, as they search for well-sourced ingredients.

    The interior is tastefully chic, peppered with Japanese elements given a contemporary twist with an inviting atmosphere. Diners can enjoy watching the chefs in action at the sushi bar, and the private zone welcomes any kind of gathering.

    The 3rd floor offers alternate seating with an outdoor terrace and stylishly designed wooden cocoon seating, creating a distinctly urban chic experience. Yellow Tail Story In Japanese, Yellow Tail fish is called “syusse-uo” which means “Rising Fish”. Yellowtail, as its name might suggest, has yellow stripes along its tail section. In Japan the name for this fish changes depending upon its stage of growth. With each of the five stages of its growth incorporated into various traditional servings, the most savoury stage of the aged Yellow Tail is praised as the best fish, used for celebrations such as wedding parties and New Year’s ceremonies. Prized highest when enjoyed raw, it commands a premium price in the Japanese market.

    A must try is the collar part of the yellowtail fish, the area that is right behind the head. Delicately fatty and super-flavorful, it is also beneficial for the healthy development of the brain and eyes.

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