This Tokyo import is all about offal.
Sukhumvit Soi 26’s Nihon Saiseisakaba is all about Japanese-style nose-to-tail dining.
This Tokyo-hailing izakaya with some 20 branches across Japan, Hong Kong and Taiwan specializes in motsuyaki, or grilled offal, with prices starting at just B29.
That could mean pork liver (B39) topped with sauteed garlic and onion or beef tongue (B49). More adventurous offerings come in the form of grilled pig diaphragm (B59) or heart (B35), but the squeamish can always opt for pork and chicken meatballs (B79) or a chicken teriyaki rice bowl (B145).
The Tokyo original is a “drink-standing” bar, a kitsch throwback to the pre-war era, but here you have the luxury of holing up at a table to knock back sake (from B159) or Asahi (B99).
|Address:||Nihon Saiseisakaba, Warehouse 26, Sukhumvit Soi 26, Bangkok, Thailand|
|Opening hours:||daily 5pm-midnight|
|Nearest train||MRT Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre|
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