Sawasdee Sumiyoshi
Nagoya: Thai
Sawasdee Sumiyoshi (Nagoya: Thai)
Sawasdee Sumiyoshi
Open 11:30am-10:30pm (LO) daily.
Sun: Open Sundays

Good, accessible Thai food in a comfortable setting. Set-price dinners start at just Y980, which gets you a main dish (red or green curry, pad thai, etc.), tom yam soup, an unexciting mini-salad with Russian dressing, white rice and a pleasant tapioca-coconut milk dessert. Thai sukiyaki is Y2800/person (minimum two people), and other prix-fixe menus start at Y3500. There's also a decent-sized a la carte menu of standard dishes and chef's specials. The dining room is spacious, and the background Thai pop music appropriately bouncy.

Nagoya
Naka-ku, Nagoya, Sakae 3-9-30, Tsuge Bldg 2F.
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