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Bangkok restaurant REVIEW:
Sekai no Yamachan

  • Sekai no Yamachan
  • Sekai no Yamachan
  • Sekai no Yamachan
  • Sekai no Yamachan
  • Sekai no Yamachan
You can never have too many izakaya. The latest in town is Sekai no Yamachan, whose specialty is Nagoya deep-fried chicken wings, also known as maboroshino tebasaki (B120).
 
Other highlight dishes include miso uzura tamago (quail eggs with miso sauce, B90), yamachan salad (B210), doteni (braised pork entrails in miso sauce, B140) and aisura omiochan (Japanese sweet potato with milk ice cream, B190).
 
There’s also plenty of beer and sake, starting from B119 and B359, respectively.
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Phone: 02-662-5541
Sekai no Yamachan, The Manor, Sukhumvit Soi 39, Bangkok, Thailand

Cuisine:

Japanese
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8.5
 
 

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