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  • Tinun: Ichigaya

  • Thai ( Ichigaya )
  • I got a bowl of noodles (I think I ended up ordering Pad Thai, or at least something similar) and it was absolutely wonderful. It was delightfully spicy and seemed to be pretty authentically Thai food...
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  • Keawjai Thai: Shinjuku

  • Thai, Curry ( Shinjuku )
  • I didn't expect to walk away so happy from Keawjai. The mix of spicy, sour and sweet flavours that is so typical of Thai food but so sorely lacking in most Japanese renditions came out in full force a...
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  • Kaffir Lime

  • Thai ( Harajuku )
  • I visited here on lunch time and the place was almost full. The restaurant itself was quite small and the atmosphere was casual. I chose a lunch set out of 4 choices, and it costed about 1000 yen. It ...
  • Prik

  • Thai ( Ikebukuro )
  • You can immediately tell that Puriku is a family-run operation of Thai expats living in Japan. In fact, it's quite easy because as you walk in you will see the kid playing computer games and his mothe...
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  • Tinun: Shibuya

  • Thai ( Shibuya )
  • Tinun was born in 1992 at Takadababa, during the days when Thai food was still a rarity in Tokyo. Now there are about 11 sister stores within the city, and the local chain is famous as a deliciously ...
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  • Tinun: Tameike-sanno

  • Thai ( Tameikesanno )
  • Tinun was born in 1992 at Takadababa, during the days when Thai food was still a rarity in Tokyo. Now there are about 11 sister stores within the city, and the local chain is famous as a deliciously ...
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  • Salathai

  • Thai ( Shibuya )
  • Salathai means place of relaxation in Thai. Although the restaurant isn't very large, the interior is completely lined with glass, giving it a free and open atmosphere. The menu centers on home-styl...
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  • Tinun: Meguro

  • Thai ( Meguro )
  • Tinun was established in Takadanobaba in 1992, when Thai restaurants were still an unfamiliar sight in Tokyo. Now Tinun has over 10 restaurants in the immediate area, known for Thai food at low prices...
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  • Tinun: Akasaka

  • Thai ( Tameikesanno )
  • Tinun was established in Takadanobaba in 1992, when Thai restaurants were still an unfamiliar sight in Tokyo. Now Tinun has 11 restaurants in the immediate area, known for Thai food at low prices. The...
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  • Rice Terrace

  • Thai ( Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • The mood at Rice terrace evokes the Thai countryside. The ceiling lets some sunshine through, and the food has the whif of authentic Thai. A wide wine list gives plenty of choice, while the course men...
  • Tinun: Ginza

  • Thai ( Ginza )
  • This Thai style kiosk will make you forget your in Ginza with its lively atmosphere and reasonably priced food cooked by Thai chefs. Several Thai style ramens (noodles) are popular among the Japanese...
  • Meyau

  • Curry, Thai ( Jimbocho )
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