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Ki Izakaya

Japanese - $$$

Ki Izakaya embraces the convivial comfort of Japanese izakayas with Kempinski’s signature style and elegance. “Ki” can mean “mood” and “flavour”, while “izakaya” means “stay-drink-place”. Together, Ki Izakaya is a place that brings the best in mood and flavours that make guests want to stay and drink.

Inspired by the famous alleyway izakayas of Hozenji Yokocho in Osaka and Shinjuku Golden Gai in Tokyo, Ki Izakaya combines the urban eclectic feel and relaxed vibrancy found in these social centres. Cheerful lighting, cosy seating and cityscape panoramas create a welcoming ambiance for friends and colleagues to raise a glass or two while enjoying bites of Japanese favourites.

The izakaya concept is a centuries-old tradition in Japan, offering a relaxed location to truly savour not just food and drink, but also the company, sharing the moment. A refreshing beer follows sips of sake, all accompanied by small plates of tataki, gyoza and sashimi, ending with hearty fare of noodles or rice. This progression of shared moments encourages lively conversation and comradery, and Ki Izakaya is ideal for hosting such gatherings, formal or informal, as a discreet service facilitates a continuous flow for a fun, friendly experience.

Ki Izakaya features an impressive menu of small plates and one-dish meals to enjoy and share along with an extensive selection of highballs, whiskies and sakes, as well as six draught beers to choose from. Ki Izakaya invites you to toast a special occasion or bond over some yakitori and sake in your new favourite neighbourhood eatery. Ki Izakaya will set the mood as you create lasting memories.

Open Tue - Sun 17:00 - 00:00

Getting There:

by Taxi or by BTS Skytrain until Chilom Station


Sindhorn Kempinski Hotel 9th floor
80 Soi Ton Son,
Lumphini, Pathum Wan,
Bangkok 10330
Tel: +66 2 095 9999

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