• Tokyo
  • Kagurazaka・Iidabashi・Suidobashi


3 minutes from Suidobashi station


  • ¥1,000~
  • ¥3,000-¥5,000

Good For

  • family
  • friends
  • couple
  • group
  • big group
  • Non-Smoking Seats
  • All You Can Drink Plan
  • Kids Menu
  • Open Terrace Seat
  • English Menu
  • Vegetarian
  • Halal
  • Antiallergic food

Concept :

”THAI Lab” is the first shop that will greet you as you enter the ”Hi! EveryValley!” area in the ”Kiiroi Bldg.” There are colorful tuk-tuks lined up decorated with various small accessories from Thailand. Along with the smell of the various typical Thai dishes such as gapao rice and khao man gai, green curry etc. you will experience an atmosphere of having been transported to Thailand. The masterminds behind this shop is the company SUU SUU CHAIYOO Co., Ltd., which specializes in spreading Thai food, culture and further make people more interested in the country. They already have one shop in Shibuya, so this is the second location for this particular chain. The chefs as well as the staff working here are from Thailand so you will definitely get an authentic experience!    

Key Points :

For those who like a spicy dish at lunch (11am – 3pm) ”Phad Bai Gaprao ¥1,080” is a strong recommendation! It’s a simple dish of minced chicken stired with basil. Another recommendation is ”Tom Yum Rice Noodles (¥1,080)” which is filled with plenty of herbs! ”Khao Soi (¥1,100)” which is a chiang mai curry ramen, and the ”Chicken Green Curry (¥1,100)” will be served with fresh spring rolls and soup. There are even ”Kids Thai Ramen” and ”Kids Set” for the children!

Recommended Dishes :

Once lunch is over, the menu changes and between 3pm to 11pm you can enjoy other dishes. On this menu you will find various alcoholic drinks, such as the popular Thai beer ”Singha Beer,” as well as ”Chang Beer” and many other sour cocktails, various wines etc. To go with these alcoholic beverages, the menu expands to a snack menu, salads, stir-fried food, soups and dishes with rice and noodles. You can for example enjoy some of the popular Thai dishes known to many. For example, the green papaya salad ”Somtum (¥1,120),” ”Phak Bung Fai Daeng (¥1,080)” which is known as stir-fried Chinese morning glory in the west, ”Tom Yum Goong(¥980)”, ”Khao Man Gai (¥1,080)” where you get rice cooked along with chicken and many, many more. This company also opened another restaurant inside Tokyo Dome by the third base, named ”Krung Siam” so one can enjoy the tastes of Thailand even while watching baseball!
Yellow colored Building 1F, 1-3-61 Koraku, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 112-0004
3 minutes from Suidobashi station
03-5684-3281(Please mention JAPAN for making reservations)
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