News & Views 1 minute 07 October 2019

Elements Introduces New “Takumi” Multi-course Seasonal Tasting Menus

From October to the end of the year Chef de Cuisine Hans Zahner and his team at The Okura Prestige, Bangkok’s Michelin-starred restaurant Elements is serving new “Takumi” Multi-course tasting menus based on seasonal produce from Japan and Europe.

Takumi menus at Elements are changed every three months to take advantage of premium ingredients that are harvested at that particular time of year and to offer fresh options to guests and regular patrons who enjoy the restaurant’s outstanding French-inspired cuisine created with innovative Japanese twists.

Highlight ingredients on the 6-course Ta-ke menu include Kaviari Kristal Caviar, Oyster blade Japanese wagyu, Ora king salmon, and carabineros shrimps, while foie gras, Norwegian langoustine and pigeon shine on the Matsu menu. In addition to the seasonal tasting menu updates, special creation appetisers will change every two weeks and alternate between hot and cold dishes. Special creation appetisers will also be decided based on the availability of seasonal ingredients.

Photo Caption: Kaviari Kristal Caviar and Chef Hans Zahner.
Photo Caption: Kaviari Kristal Caviar and Chef Hans Zahner.

The new “Takumi” multi-course tasting menu is available at Elements Restaurant from 1 October - 30 December 2019, Tuesday to Saturday, 18:00 - 22:30.

Price: Baht 4,000++ for 6-course Ta-ke menu; Baht 4,500++ for 7-course Matsu menu and special creation appetiser is Baht 800++.

All prices are subject to 10% service charge and 7% government tax.

Location: Elements Restaurant is located on the 25th floor of The Okura Prestige Bangkok.

Reservations: For more information and reservations, please contact 02 687 9000, or email, or book on our website

Here's What Our Inspectors Said About Elements (One MICHELIN Star)
With impressive city views from its terrace, this restaurant on the 25th floor of the hotel is an ideal spot for a date. Inside, the décor is chic and it's all centred around an open kitchen with oversized industrial light fittings and walls made with charcoal - one of the 'elements'. The modern cuisine creatively fuses the best of French and Japanese dishes, and there is a set menu that offers a varied selection.

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