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This restaurant is located in a residential district, approximately ten minutes on foot from Asakusa Station. The owner hails from Korat, Thailand, a region famous for Pad Mi Korat, the grilled noodle dish, and Tom Sep, a soup full of giblets. Most dishes here are around ¥1,000, but the portions are nearly twice the size of those offered at similar restaurants. The cooking crew uses lots of herbs in every dish, so in terms of flavour and aroma, everything here is just like the stuff you'd find in Thailand. There are only five counter seats, so it pays to make a reservation in advance.


5-37-1 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo

Transport Asakusa Station (Ginza line, Tsukuba Express line), exit 6 or 2

Telephone 03 3876 7257

Open 6pm-2am / closed Mon


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

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