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Beloved Fatboy Izakaya Unveils Gastronomic Lunch Set Menu

The esteemed Fatboy Sushi, once an intimate 24-seat haven in Saladaeng, evolved into the much-applauded Fatboy Izakaya.

With this exciting transition, Fatboy Izakaya proudly commences its lunch service as of today, May 16, inviting patrons to indulge in a delightful culinary experience.

The midday menu is a gastronomic delight, featuring delicacies such as Mushroom Katsu in Curry for THB 300, Koji Chicken Leg with a Crispy Exterior for THB 400, and Teriyaki-coated Wagyu beef priced at THB 460.

Diners seeking a more indulgent experience can opt for the Kanpachi, Salmon, and Akami Aashimi for a price of THB 550 or the sumptuously lacquered lamb rib for THB 650.

Each lunch set is accompanied by Miso. Beverages include coffee starting from THB 80 and matcha from THB 140.

For a more luxurious experience, a Sakura Cocktail is available to sample which is price at THB 250.

Fatboy Sushi, a beloved establishment that has been serving customers in Bangkok since its inception in 2015, underwent a notable transformation in December 2022.

The playful and quirky Fatboy Izakaya emerged in Ekkamai, offering an inventive take on Japanese cuisine, ideal for casual socializing and libations.

The playful and quirky Fatboy Izakaya emerged in Ekkamai, presenting a delightful and inventive interpretation of Japanese cuisine.

This vibrant establishment is perfect for casual socializing and enjoying libations in a relaxed atmosphere.

For those lingering post-lunch, an array of highball flavours (elderflower, shochu, yuzu, passionfruit, THB 250 each) awaits, along with bolder concoctions like the Let That Man-Go.

This unique blend is a mix of tequila and mezcal spiked with wasabi, accented with cointreau and toasted sticky rice, then mellowed with mango puree and Greek yogurt for THB 350.

Following the successful collaboration with Neon Pigeon from Singapore in March, Fatboy Izakaya continues to captivate and fascinates many foodies in the area.

Keep an eye out for their enthralling 8-bit style marketing, both at their Ekkamai location and online, as they continue to push creative boundaries and engage their audience.