Sunday, October 19, 2014

Bangkok ~ Japanese Food

Hey allll! Hope you all had a good weekend off!
Today, let's continue the last Bangkok food post that I left over since last 2 months!



Uhmm...not sure if you guys ever try any Japanese food in Bangkok since we can easily find many of them everywhere in the town.
I bet some people might think it is unusual to have Japanese food since we already have so many in KL, plus it is so damn not local food in Bkk.



So, what made us ended up with Japanese food while we were in Bkk?
That's because my brother had a very bad stomachache on the last 2 days. 
We randomly snooped into a Japanese restaurant, Chabuton Ramen which located inside Terminal 21 mall.


It was a super long Q during the dinner time, we waited about 20-25 minutes to get a seat for 4.
Selfie to kill time while waiting!



Dad and brother ordered the Tonkotsu Ramen because they prefer the original taste.
It costs Thai130 for the small bowl, and Thai175 for the big bowl,



Me and my mum are spicy lover and so we had the Tom Yam Kung Ramen,
It's slightly expensive which costs Thai150 for the small bowl, and Thai210 for the big bowl



Grilled Gyoza is a side dish that you cannot miss out when you have Japanese food!
8 pieces for Thai80.



Their chicken tatsuta age is so juicy and crispy. A must try!
It is Thai80 for 4 pieces.



It you are looking for a good ramen in Bangkok, Chabuton Ramen would be a good choice for you.
Chewy noodles with the fresh braised pork have my rate of 9/10 for overall!



Terminal 21 is one of my favourite place in Bangkok.
Not to say about crazy shopping here, because things from here are quite pricey compare to somewhere else.
But, it is definitely a place you can't miss out for photo-shooting n Bangkok.



Some of the boutiques are actually selling the same things you can get from the Platinum mall, just you will pay more in Terminal 21 because you can try those pieces before you purchase.



Another Japanese food that I would recommend to you is the Fuji Japanese Restaurant.
This is the first Japanese restaurant that I tried when I first traveled to Bangkok; it is not only recommended by my bestie, but also my local Thai friends.



Chicken Yakiniku set @ Thai220 for my mum.



Sick brother had the Sukiyaki Pork @ Thai240.



Dad Gan's favourite Saba Steak set @ Thai260.



Me with the Shabu-shabu pork @ Thai180. Can't get over the pork in Bkk.



I am glad that mum and dad enjoyed the food here so much.
Dad said the prices here worth for the food quality as well as the air conditioning environment.



If you have chance to come here, I would highly recommend you to try their sashimi as well because you can get a damn cheap price with super fresh sashimi here.



I remember when I was a little girl, my dad always brought us to Penang, Kelantan, Kuantan etc during our school holiday.
Now, I am growing up to a big big girl, it's certainly my turn to hold their hands and explore different places that they want to see.
I hope I will be able to spend at least one holiday with my parents in every year!!!



Okay! Enough for the food post today!
I am going to enjoy the rest of my Sunday with a cup of cappuccino now!
Ciao!


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