Archive for June 23rd, 2008

Misato Japanese Restaurant – Bangkok

Monday, June 23rd, 2008

The Owner and and StaffCharn Issara Tower 1
Grand Floor 942/39-41,
Rama IV Road,
Bangrak Bangkok 10500
Tel. 02-237-2266
FAX. 02-233-0103
Opening Hours: Lunch:11:30am-2:30pm, Dinner: 6:00pm-10pm, Sunday lunch
Corkage: 500-1000 Baht
Parking: Available/BTS Saladaeng
Credit Cards: All Major
Prices: Inexpensive-Moderate

Misato Japanese Restaurant is known mostly for its deep fried Japanese favorites, Tonkatsu and Tempura. The excellent Tonkatsu is crisp on the outside and very juicy inside. A house made spicy curry is also delicious and my daughter’s preferred choice is Udon noodles with Daikon radish, a raw egg yolk deep fried for a few seconds added to the dish at the last moment and if you gently poke it, the yellow inside will run out into the bowl and add to the sauce. It is served with crispy swirls of deep fried tempura flour liberally sprinkled on the top along with chopped green onions.

The agreeable owner is usually there to take care of requests from customers and the service staff is friendly and speedy. The restaurant is conveniently located near the crossing of Silom and Rama IV near the corner of Suriwong Road.
Lunch menu at 250 Baht per person, Dinner set menu 600 Baht per person.
A good selection of Sake and Shochu is available.