Ramen Tei Premium
Hearty Japanese dishes as well as some new Chinese influences.
Doesn’t matter which of the five branches you stumble into, you’re guaranteed to be greeted like an old, drunken friend at this old-school Japanese diner. Whether your preference is syoyu, miso or tonkotsu, the bowls here are big on flavor and portion. Special mention goes to the katsu curry, which is a buttery delight. The sets are big enough to feed a small family—or just one very hungry Japanese salaryman.
This ramen chain's five Bangkok branches are known for their quality Japanese food, big portions and frigid air conditioning. The latest, Ramen Tei Premium, offers a more extensive menu in a contemporary Japanese setting with both counter service at the open kitchen and a few small tables. Note that besides authentic hearty Japanese dishes like katsu curry rice and syoyu ramen, the restaurant also serves shark fin.