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Bangkok restaurant REVIEW:
Lemon Farm

1/2 Sukhumvit Soi 39, 02-204-1056. Open daily 8am-7pm. Also locations at Chaeng Wattana (02-575-2222), Ekamai (02-381-7691), Kaset (02-941-3204), Petchakasem (02-455-4894) and Prachachuen (02-952-5838).

This is probably the closest thing in Bangkok to a health food store that you might find abroad. There are five branches, where you can buy a large variety of mushrooms, organic veggies, nam prik jay, as well as takeaway ready-to-eat vegetarian food like rad na, spicy rice salad and khanom jeen.
 

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Phone: 02-204-1056
Lemon Farm, 1/2 Sukhumvit Soi 39, Bangkok, Thailand

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