Chabuton (Siam Paragon)
The first Bangkok branch of Michelin-star chef and ramen king Yasuji Morizumi.
Chabuton’s strength lies in Japanese ramen master Yasuji Morizumi’s flavor-packed broth that’s neither too salty nor too creamy. Morizumi’s restaurant was actually the first ramen joint to win a Michelin star, and now the chef has created his own mini empire here in Bangkok with 17 branches spread across the city. The tonkatsu ramen is the original hit: slender noodles in concentrated pork-bone soup that’s been cooked for more than 15 hours.
16 other branches across Bangkok
The kitchen here is led by 2002 TV Champion-winning Yasuji Morizumi, a former French cuisine chef who combines his Gallic culinary background with Japanese traditional noodles. Yasuji now owns more than 20 ramen restaurants in Japan and the US. The tonkatsu ramen is the original hit; you’ll be served a bowl of noodles in concentrated pork-bone soup that’s been cooked for more than 15 hours, topped with Japanese bunching onions and slices of special grilled pork.
|Address:||Chabuton (Siam Paragon), 4/F, Siam Paragon, Rama 1 Rd., Bangkok, Thailand|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sun 10am-10pm; Mon 10am-10pm|
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