Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Misho @ The Glasshouse at Sindhorn, Bangkok - มิโช @ เดอะกลาซเฮ้าส์ อาคารสินธร กรุงเทพฯ

Cuisine: Japanese
Charged Price: THB500 per person without alcohol
Visited: 24 October 2015
Food: 6/10
Atmosphere: 7/10
Value for money: 6/10
Services: 6/10
Scale: [1=poor ---- 5=average/standard ---- 10=outstanding/exceptional]

Here is one other Japanese restaurant that is new to those who work in Witthayu Road area, "Misho @ The Glasshouse at Sindhorn Tower". The Glasshouse is the new concept situated right at the front of Sindhorn Tower which comes with its 2015 refurbishment after many years of being left old and laggard. There are 5 destinations at the Glasshouse and Misho is one of them.

Misho is headed by Hiroyuki San who I believe used to be a part of Suikin on Ploenchit Road. As for the concept of this place, they do not seem to concentrate especially on any part but more like an all-round player. Many new Japanese restaurant these days tend to be towards sushi venue. However, for Misho, sushi is just a part of restaurant that fulfills need from customers. Personally, I rather like the idea of this place. The overall atmosphere is relax and friendly. Thanks to the "Glasshouse" with high ceiling. It is a good destination to hang out really.

Misho @ The Glasshouse at Sindhorn

rather large and spacey

sushi counter for around 6 seats


As for us, we happened to visit Misho on a fine Saturday lunch time in October. During lunch they do also serve lunch set. So we went for Jo Kaisen Don (7/10) and Jo Nigiri (6/10). In my humble opinion, they both were pretty good. Jo Kaisen, a bowl of soy sauce marinated sashimi on rice, is a bit more savoury due to the amount of rice on each piece of Nigiri. Too much rice for sushi can be overwhelming. Anyway, quality of ingredients and rice here were decent.

All in all, I rather like lunch set at Misho but I still cannot say much about a la carte. I would not mind at all to often visit Misho for lunch. Quality to price ration is good indeed. Not cheap but it comes with satisfaction. Lastly, I would like to say that staffs here look much friendlier and with more care than other new Japanese restaurants in town nowadays which seem to lack of service mind.

Jo Kaisen Don (THB500)

zooming on Kaisen Don

Jo Nigiri (THB680)

fresh ingredients at the sushi counter

Misho @ The Glasshouse at Sindhorn, Bangkok - มิโช @ เดอะกลาซเฮ้าส์ อาคารสินธร กรุงเทพฯ
The Glasshouse at Sindhorn Tower
130 Witthayu Road
Lumpini, Pathumwan
Bangkok 10330

Open Hours: daily from 11:30am - 02:00pm for lunch and 05:30pm - 11:00pm for dinner
Tel: +66 (0) 2253 9552

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