If Masu Maki rings a bell, then diners are in the right place for another delightful Japanese culinary experience.
While Bangkok now has no shortage of vegan restaurants, vegan sushi has been something we always wanted. Waki Waki is dedicated to handcrafting sushi and makis with premium plant-based ingredients. The diner offers both vegetarian and vegan options while flaunting an attractive sushi bar with limited seating by the kitchen, as well as places to sit by the window.
Waki Waki serves a myriad of interesting flavors and textures of sushi presented in a very creative manner.
For starters, order the jackfruit-topped tempura Tuna Fighter (THB230/8 pieces) and Avocado Tempura (THB230/8 pieces) along with their tempting tofu salad (THB220). There are plenty of options for rolling up some maki here, but the beetroot-wrapped Beet The Dragon Maki (THB250/8 pieces), Waki Waki (THB320/10 pieces), and Naked Samurai Maki (THB310/10 pieces) stand out the most. Don’t miss the Ninja Nigiri Set (THB295) to get a taste of 11 types of nigiri, from tamago standard maki to avocado nigiri, best relished with a cup of Japanese green tea (THB55).
For something meatier, dive into their drool-worthy Katsu Don (THB260) or slurp away on the Yakisoba Waki (THB195) with your choice of spice level. Cool down the spice with their homemade gelatos (THB65) which come in flavors including yuzu, green tea, Thai tea, passion fruit, tofusan, and cocoa almond.
Waki Waki also offers an impressive variety of appetizers like gyozas and tempuras, rice bowls, and Japanese noodles. Due to limited seating, reservations are highly recommended.
Waki Waki completes a trifecta of vegan eateries in Soi Sukhumvit 24 that includes Vistro and the Vizza pizzeria.