Tenshino’s cuisine serves innovative Japanese dishes, using the freshest ingredients that imported directly from Japan, France, and Spain. The menu features a range of innovative Japanese canapes, starters, raw seafood, mains, sides and desserts. All unique dishes have been created by Chef Pan with the perfect balance and the combination of Asian-European recipe. Her extensive culinary experience is over 13 years.
They pay attention to every detail in order to make your evening a memorable one. Once you stepped inside, you can feel the atmosphere that is set to be a relaxed social space where you can enjoy your evening with worry free.
In conclusion, Tenshino deserves more gatronomy awards or Michelin recognition, if it is on the radar. It is not a traditional and old fashioned Japanese restaurant, it comes with uniqueness and excitement.
Bangkok is a big city with many interesting areas and districts. While most fine-dining restaurants are located on Sukhumvit, Ploenchit and Sathorn, but Tenshino is in Phayathai, located on 2nd floor of Pullman Bangkok King Power Hotel, next to King Power Duty Free. Surprisingly, it is quite convenient to go there; moreover, there is a big car parking lot underground.