For Suki Masa and Sushi Masa fans, the Masa Group is opening Masa Garden for your sumibiyaki (charcoal-grilled) and Kansai-style sukiyaki fix. 
With two branches at Thonglor and Siam Paragon, managing director Sarisa Narupakorn tells BK Magazine this third space is more spacious and private. Found in the Phrom Phong area, the venue’s concept is that of a Kyoto home and zen gardens, and although Sukhumvit Soi 39 is a long way from Honshu, Masa Garden boasts Wagyu Olympic-level beef.
For the moment, the new venue is still under a soft opening, and is serving Suki Masa’s menu including Kansai-style sukiyaki, shabu shabu, nabe kimchi, butter nabe, and more. When it comes to the Grand Opening, they will add a sumibiyaki menu.
Sarisa Narupakorn, who studied in culinary school in Japan, tells BK Magazine that she was inspired to launch the original Suki Masa by her and her son’s passion for Japanese cuisine.
120 Soi Phrom Chit, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, 02-123-8581. Open daily 11am-3pm, 5-10pm

All images courtesy to Masa Garden