Ajisen Ramen 105 B
444, Phaya Thai Rd., Wang Mai, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Thailand
7 Days Open / hours: 10:00 to 22:00
Ajisen Ramen was founded in Japan in 1968. Ajisen Ramen (MBK) is one of the branches here in Thailand and is located in the 7th floor of MBK, Pathumwan district of Bangkok . This restaurant specialises in ramen such as japanese ramen, hokkaido ramen and special ramen such as chicken teriyaki ramen, spicy ramen and tomyan ramen. They also offer rice sets like chicken teriyaki don. They are proud of their special soup which is the Ramen’s tonkotsu soup that can help to prevent ageing. Ajisen ramen means ” world ramen”.
Ajisen Ramen – Asiatique The Riverfront
Ajisen Ramen – JJ Mall
Ajisen Ramen – Major Pinklao
Ajisen Ramen – MBK Center
Ajisen Ramen – The Tawana Bangkok
Ajisen Ramen – Victory Monument
Gomoku Ramen 98 B
Shoyu Ramen 58 B / Yakimeshi 70 B
Kurobuta katsu set (B395)
Tucked away in Harajuku, this traditional tonkatsu (deep fried pork) restaurant is a must visit. It’s a little bit on the expensive side but totally worth it. Hot Green tea is free
Location;Central Silom Complex
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11/5 Soi Sukhumvit 43,Klongton-nua,Wattana,Bangkok
Mon to Fri ; 17:00 – 24:00 / Sat & San 11:00 to 24:00
One thing I have learnt is that if a restaurant is full of the ethnic clientele then it has to be good. This place gets jam packed with Japanese locals and tourists. Do not expect Japanese fast food here, this is not a Fujii style eatery. If you have any doubts about what to order, both Yoshi and his Thai wife speak good English and are happy to help you out. We ate here as guests of friends and since then have taken other friends to dine who have never eaten Japanese food. They have all been impressed with the food. both in quality and quantity. My daughter spent two years in Japan, teaching English, and loved the place. It is in a “dead end” Soi off off Sukhumvit Soi 41. Use the wonderful BTS (Skytrain), go to Prompong Station and walk towards Thonglo. Soi 41 is on your left, enter and take the second Soi on the right and walk to the end. I would advise booking your table
Photo by Soba Q
Handmade soba and tasty yakitori are mainly, combined with the art and taste of Kyoto style to have a full experience on traditional Japanese cuisine.
211 East 43rd Street New York, NY 10017, United States
Mon-Fri 11:30 am – 2:30 pm
Mon-Sat 6 pm – 11 pm
Sun 5:30 pm – 10:30 pm
From Zagat: “Just like Tokyo – including the lines” – this “out-of-the-way” Alphabet City noodle shop serves “delicious” ramen awash in a “perfectly balanced broth”; ok, it “ain’t fine dining” what with the “no-frills” decor and service, yet the combo of “rich” flavors and “cheap” tabs is hard to beat.
536 E 5th St New York, NY 10009
nr. Ave. A
Hours: Daily, noon-midnight
F, V at Lower East Side-Second Ave.; L at First Ave.
A Tokyo-based teppan fusion restaurant uniquely combining traditional and contemporary tastes.
Waikiki Beach Walk 2nd Floor
226 Lewers St. Honolulu, Hawaii 96815
Lunch Monday-Friday 11:30 am – 2 pm
Dinner Nightly 5 pm – 11 pm (Last order 10:15 pm)
47/1 Sukhumvit Soi 23, Klongtan,
Klongtoey Nua, Wattana, Bangkok 10110
Lunch : 11:30-14:30
Dinner : 17:00-24:00 (Mon-Fri) / 17:00-23:00 (Sat & Sun)
Sukhumvit Station Asok Station
Japanese cuisine with over 50 authentic dishes available plus Teppanyaki. There is an A La Carte buffet available on the weekends and public holidays.
Sofitel Centara Grand is located in the Chatuchak district of Bangkok on Phahon Yothin Road. It is situated within the Sofitel Centara Grand Bangkok Hotel.
Food from the Land of the Rising Sun. Savour a Teppanyaki or any of the more than 50 authentic dishes on our traditional menu, in an atmosphere reminiscent of Japan. Japanese A La Carte Buffet is available during weekends and public holidays. Private rooms are available.
Central Grand Plaza Bangkok,
1695 Phaholyothin Road,
Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900, Thailand
Seating Capacity: 100 seats
Mon – Sun 11:30am – 14:30pm
Mon – Sun 17:30pm – 22:30pm
Phahon Yothin Station