Certainly, Orihara Shoten was the only restaurant I went to for a casualty in Bangkok because I was supposed to go to the restaurant Shirokane Tori-Tama to try its Japanese food. However, it was fully booked. Hence they sent me to the Japanese bar beside it, Orihara Shoten. Additionally, also part of the Japanese restaurant chain that began in Tokyo that has expanded to Bangkok and Singapore.
In fact, Orihara Shoten became my favourite Japanese restaurant and bar in Bangkok due to the great variety of sake, plum wine, whiskey and beers that the bar brings from Japan. Besides, the service is efficient and very friendly, making you feel cozy. Furthermore, the Japanese food there is so good.
Therefore, the only thing you want to do after coming to Orihara Shoten is to come back again. Moreover, the man with glasses is a frequent customer of the Japanese bar, and I met him four times there. The Japanese woman in the middle is the best host and waiter. Further, she is very helpful and kind as the other two Thai women working there.
The Japanese food at Orihara Shoten was as delicious as Shirokane Tori-Tama because all dishes are prepared in the same kitchen. Yakitori and Izakaya dishes are the specialties of Japanese restaurants. In short, you will have an extraordinary experience eating Japanese food and drinking authentic beverages from Japan.
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Location Bangkok, Thailand
Rate: 4,8/5,0 Grateful/Excellent
Price: Average per person $$2000 THB
Contact: +66 2 382 0131
Working Hours: Monday to Saturday from 5:00 pm to 12:00 am
Address: Park Lane 18 Sukhumvit 61 Alley, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok