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This Thai restaurant is located at Sasazuka station on the Keio line, adjacent to Shinjuku. The food elegantly blends fragrant herbs and spices with a fiery heat. The copious menu features almost 70 dishes, many made with seasonal ingredients. The name of the restaurant comes from the traditional celadon ceramics of Thailand, which are used here to complement the food. We particularly recommend the tom yum gong, the Thai soup made with chicken and pork spare ribs - the splendid tartness of the lemon and herbs used contrasts well with the spiciness.


GS Main Bldg, 1F 1-8-3, Hatagaya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan

Transport 4 minutes walk from Sasazuka Station (Keio Line)・Hatagaya Station (Toei Shinjuku Line)

Telephone 03 5371 3223

Open Tues. - Fri. (Lunch : 11:30 - 14:30 L.O. : 14:15 / Dinner : 17:30 - 23:30 L.O.: 22:45) / Sat. Sun. Holidays (Dinner : 16:30 - 23:30 L.O.:22:45 / closed Mondays


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