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The Best Japanese Restaurants In Bangkok

The Best Japanese Restaurants In Bangkok

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Updated: 9 February 2017
Bangkok has a stunning landscape and a distinctive cultural identity. The city offers a vibrant street life where even the narrowest lanes house unique establishments, from spicy local delicacies to cozy Espresso dens. For lovers of Japanese cuisine, Bangkok is home to some outstanding restaurants where you can enjoy crispy Tempura or indulge in comfort foods like Okonomiyaki. Here’s our guide to the best Japanese restaurants in Bangkok.

Isao Sushi Bar

Best known for its exquisite menu that captures flavors of the sea, Isao Sushi Bar is one of the best places to grab a bite of your favorite sushi specialty. Enjoy a plate of crispy Ebi (the Japanese term for prawns) or an Agari (green tea). A must-try is Isao‘s Chirashi, highly appreciated for its bold taste and cooked with traditional Japanese herbs.

Address and telephone number: 5 Sukhumvit 31, Khlong Toei Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand, +66-2258 0645

Maki Maki

Grab your chopsticks at Maki Maki and dig into a plateful of intricately designed Sushi rolls. This restaurant serves food that is not only aesthetically pleasing but also delicious. Tucked inside the spacious community mall at Sukhumvit, Maki Maki is a comfortable outlet that offers a casual and elegant ambiance and features wooden interiors with a grey-toned layout. While the hanging lamps illuminate a small mezzanine area, you can enjoy a tasty dinner under a pitched glass roof. Order their special, the Beauty and the Leaf Maki: scallops, salmon and raw vegetables with red tabiko, fresh avocado and a helping of spicy mayonnaise.

 

Address and telephone number: Pai Di Ma Di Klang Alley, 88 Thonglor soi 5, Bangkok, Thailand 10110, +66-2712 8181

Mugendai

The creative lineup of Japanese dishes artistically presented at Mugendai, a spot with attractive contemporary urban decor, offers an enriching peek into Japanese culinary art. This classy restaurant serves fresh seafood and lean meats and is nestled in a vibrant neighborhood, popular with expats. Mugendai is one of the best Japanese outlets in Bangkok, giving a refined touch to its dishes. The blow-torched fillets of the blue-fin tuna, the char-grilled snapper and the arresting aroma of the Matsuzaka beef topped with miso or crab eggs are simply mind-blowing.

 

Address and telephone number: 9th Fl. The Helix Quartier Emquartier Rd., Sukhumvit Rd, Klongton Nua Wattana Bangkok 10110, Thailand, +66-2003 6333

Koi Restaurant

A high end restaurant that serves fusion cuisine inspired by Japanese and Californian culinary traditions, Koi is an upbeat outlet that attracts a young and energetic crowd. The place has impeccable facilities and an ever courteous staff. Try the oven roasted Yellowtail, dressed in grape seed oil (carpaccio style) to give with a cup of sweet sake.

 

Address and telephone number: 26, Sukhumvit 20, Sukhumvit Road, Klong Toey, Bangkok 10110, Thailand, +66-2258 1590

Zuma

Zuma, a restaurant with rich interiors, a lively ambiance and a glamorous bar, serves a variety of delicious meals with Japanese influences. The restaurant features indoor and outdoor spaces within the high-end environment of the acclaimed St. Regis Bangkok hotel. With reclaimed wooden furniture and a raw granite tiling with reflective walls, the place has a warm and exotic feel. Enjoy dishes such as the Gindara Saikyo Miso Yaki, a local favorite dish of roasted miso-marinated black cod.

 

Address and telephone number: 159 Rajadamri Road, Located at the St Regis Hotel, lumpini sub district, Prathuwan Bangkok 10330, Thailand, +66-2252 4707

Kom Ba-Wa

Step inside an arty space at Fred Meyer’s aesthetically renovated shophouse that serves Japanese dishes using the freshest ingredients. With distinctive red and floral wallpapers, Kom Ba-Wa features Japanese ceramics and antique chandeliers. The rich menu includes signature dishes such as the popular black squid ink ramen with Maine lobster. Whether you decide to try appetizers like the rosebeef (caked with a citrus ponzu dressing) or wish to satisfy your palate with a sweet and savory meal like the red bean mousse, this restaurant ensures a fine blend of innovation and authentic flavors.

 

Address and telephone number: 39/19 Soi Suanplu, Sathorn Road, Thungmahamek, Sathorn, Bangkok 10120, Thailand, +66-2679 3775

Bankara Ramen

Bankara Ramen is a restaurant that serves authentic Japanese-style noodles. Sample bowls of lip-smacking fresh bamboo shoots and leek salad marinated in sesame oil if you’re looking for vegetarian options. For meat lovers, Bankara Ramen offers its signature dish, the Japanese ramen, that comes in a large bowl with a rich and creamy broth that contains huge chunks of roasted pork, slices of ginger pickle and some seaweed for a wholesome texture. Don’t expect to find a seat easily since the restaurant is always filled with customers eager for a bite of comfort food.

 

Address and telephone number: The Manor, 32/1 Sukhumvit Soi 39, Bangkok, Thailand, +66-2662 5162

Kuroda

Kuroda is ideal for meat lovers looking for a hearty meal. The restaurant serves a wonderful fusion of Japanese rolls and sandwiches and boasts a menu that features over 100 dishes, from traditional sashimi to glass noodles and includes an ‘all-you-can-eat-buffet.’ Trendy and affordable, the restaurant maintains a simplistic design.

 

Address and telephone number: 5 Sukhumvit Soi 63, Klongton-Nua, Bangkok 10110, Thailand, +66-2392 4933