Where To Eat Best Japanese Food In Bangkok?

Best Japanese food in Bangkok is not available in “Yayoi”  or “Oishi“. If you’re looking for authentic Japanese food with Japanese dining experience here is the list of restaurants that you should visit to satisfy your crave.

Yuutaro Restaurant

Yuutaro is one of the most authentic Japanese restaurants in Bangkok. You will find fresh, high quality Japanese food at an affordable price. The restaurant updates news and promotions on the Facebook page so make sure to Like the page to know more about their deals every week or month.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/yuutarobkk
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ddress: 64 Sukhumvit 51, Klongton Nua, Wattana, Bangkok
Address: 5th Floor, Central Embassy, 1021 Ploenchit Road, Pathumwan, Bangkok

IN the Mood for Love: Sushi Bar & Bistro

You can find the best sushi’s in Thailand over here. Famous among the high class of Bangkok the prices are good with a bottle of wine costing around 2500 baht but the Sushi’s aren’t expensively priced somewhere around 300 baht to 500 baht. Also, available is a decent menu for vegetarians.

Address: Ekkamai Soi 1, Bangkok, Thailand

Bankara Ramen

All noodles lover should try this amazing restaurant in Siam Paragon shopping complex. They serve fresh garlic that you can add it to your hot noodles. Restaurant is famous among many Thai celebs and the best bit is that it’s not as pricey as other Japanese restaurants in town.

Address: Siam Paragon shopping complex

Edoya Japanese Restaurant

Edoya is one of the oldest and the finest Japanese restaurant in town. You can find one of the best Sashimi’s in town in Edoya. It’s said that the Japanese Ambassador to Thailand loves to eat Sashimi over here. EDoya makes sure that they use the freshest meat to serve their customers.

Address: Charn lssara Tower (1F) – 942/51 Rama 4 Road, Suriyawong – Bangrak, Bangkok
Phone: 081 702 9829
Hours: 11:30 am – 2:00 pm, 5:30 – 11:30 pm

Karatama Robatayaki Japanese Restaurant

If you are a Japanese then you know what “robata” means. This restaurant serves Japanese food in traditional style where the diners sit around a U shaped counter and see how the chef grills meat and vegetables to be served. Most of the dishes are imported from Japan with no prices on display. The bill is served in Japanese style with tea and melon. It’s best to reserve ahead of time.

Address: Soi Sukumvit 49, Klongton-Nua, Wattana, Bangkok

Takumi Buffet Restaurant

Offers buffet at a reasonable price. Sashimi platter, Squid nuggets, Temura, Japanese pancake beef are few of the items that you can order here. The best part is that you don’t even have to get up to fill up your plate again. All you have to do is keep on ordering and it’ll be available at your table.

Address: 204 Ratchadaphisek Rd, Bangkok, Bangkok

Isao Sushi Bar

It’s one of the most famous restaurants in Bangkok so make sure you make a booking ahead of your dinner/lunch. The food is fresh and it’s balanced perfectly with texture and ingredients of the food. The sushi’s melts into your mouth. It’s a perfect place to try mix of south-east Asian flavors.

The highlight is the presentation of the food which probably resembles the names of the dish like the dragon and the caterpillar. A must go place for Japanese food lovers.

Address: 5 Sukhumvit 31, Khlong Toei Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok

Joushitsu Sushi

A high class restaurant with quality service. Raw fish slices are big and melts into your mouth. Famous for its Sushi’s and Sashimi – this restaurant is a must go for all sushi lovers.

Address20/2 Soi Passana1, Ekkamai Road
AddressPrakanong-nua, Wattana, Bangkok

Kisso Japanese Restaurant

Try the traditional Japanese food made with ingredients directly transported from Japan. For the quality of the food talks a lot the large-experience of their chef Shinsuke Yonekawa who honed his  craft with posts aboard a cruise ship and in Philippine and also used to work in some of the most elite restaurants in Tokyo and Osaka.

Address8th Floor – The Westin Grande Sukhumvit Bangkok

Above Eleven

One of the best roof top restaurant in Bangkok. Little pricey for Bangkok standards but you have to pay for the best and above eleven will definitely make you come back. The cuisine is very unique inspired by “Nikkei” – A cuisine that has been inspired by the fusion of Peruvian and Japanese cooking style.

AddressSukhumvit Road Soi 11, Klong Toey, Bangkok

Reef Sushi Bar & Grill

The atmosphere and the aquarium in the restaurant will give you a complete new experience. It’s like dining underwater. The one thing you should try in this restaurant is the “Tuna Cheesecake” soft, sweet and spicy and the sushi’s are a delight to eat as well.

Address250/1 Ratchadapisek Road, Bangkok, Thailand

Hanaya Japanese Restaurant

It’s one of the oldest restaurant in Bangkok that serves authentic Japanese food from sushi to sashimi to fresh fish. The restaurant is great for people who cares more about eating delicious food rather than the interior of the restaurant. It’s not good for dates but good only for it’s food. The restaurant could be pricey for Thai standards but it’s still worth a try as the food is excellent.

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/Hanaya1976/
Address: 683 Siphraya Road, Bangrak, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500

Japanese Restaurant Taketei

They usually come up with buffet promotions worth $15 with more than 100 dishes to order from. If you “LIKE” their Facebook page you get an ice-cream free and if you make reservation for your birthday you get a 50% discount. The food is fresh and you have a variety of things to order from – tempura, sushi’s, tofu etc. The price is on par with Bangkok standards.

Address: Silom Road Soi 10, Suriwong, Bangrak, Bangkok

KU DE TA Izakaya Restaurant

The restaurants takes on the method of Binchotan charcoal cooking. The fish are fresh imported from Japan and perfectly grilled to make it safe and clean for Bangkok weather. Enjoy authentic Japanese food along with Japanese beers in hot weather. The main idea of the restaurant is to take on the experience of Izakaya dining.

Address98 North Sathorn Road, Silom, Bangrak
Address: 39th floor, Sathorn Square Complex, Bangkok 

Kobashi Tokyo Pasta (Italian-Japanese Fusion Food)

If you’re a kind of person who likes unique food experience then Kobashi is the perfect restaurant for you. Serving dishes made from Japanese and Italian ingredients. Wafu pasta is the most popular and delicious dish offered in this restaurant. Different varieties of pastas available with a Japanese touch.

A complete unique experience of dining in this restaurant.

AddressGateway Ekamai (BTS, Ekamai station) G Floor
Address:The Mall Bangkae (Zone Dining Avenue) 4th Floor

Zuma Restaurant

Zuma is a globally praised restaurant and the whole concept of eating in a relaxed, casual manner matches with the laid-back culture of Thailand. Zuma takes the “Izakaya” concept and adds style and flavor to it just as they do in their drinks and food. The verandah offers view of the urban city making it a perfect place to have drinks to relax.

Address159 Rajadamri Road, Located at the St Regis Hotel, lumpini sub district, Pathumwan Bangkok

Kaizen Sushi & Hibachi Restaurant

If it’s a busy restaurant then it means it’s good. Make sure you book your table in advance (Phone number – +66 2 215 2972 Time – 11 am to 11 pm). Definitely not a place for romance, but a great place for food lovers. It’s busy and rather small as compared to other restaurants. Although, the restaurant is always busy that doesn’t affect the chef’s quality cooking a single bit. Food is great here and my personal recommendation would be rolls.

Address: Phayathai Road, Ratchathewi, Bangkok

 

 

 

 

 

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