On The Table, Tokyo Cafe, Siam Center, Bangkok, Thailand

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  • Anonymous


    July 2014 : 2 visits

    After visiting Madame Tussauds at Siam Discovery we went to the food court at the Siam Center, because we were hungry and considering our options.

    We were drawn to On the Table, Tokyo Cafe, because of its industrial design and interesting Japanese meets Western cuisine.

    It was also full and patronized by mostly locals with a few Australians there too.

    The staff greeted us warmly and brought us to our table.
    The menu was large and offered a wide choice from appetizers to desserts.

    We choose apple lychee iced tea, Hamburger Japanese Rice Gratin and a strawberry avocado salad. The dishes invited to share, so we had half of each other’s meal and all was very delicious.

    Waiting times for our dinner was minimal and when asked for the bill it always arrived fast too.

    Because it was so nice we went another evening as well and the experience was similar.

    The staff recognized us, which was a pleasant surprise, considering the high footfall.

    This time around we had a rose and lemon iced tea, an apple lychee tea, the Hamburger Japanese Rice Gratin appeared again as well as a seared tuna salad.

    For the first dinner we paid 682 THB (ca. 16 Euro or ca. 21.40 USD), the second came in slightly under 800 THB (ca. 18.75 Euro / ca. 25.10 USD).

    If we are at the Siam Center again, we will go back without question.

    Would we recommend this restaurant to a friend?
    Would we have lunch / dinner here again?

    Thank you and safe travels.

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