This popular Thai restaurant, part of the Tokyo-based Blue Celedon group, serves solid Thai cuisine with real Thai flavors. The attractively appointed dining room commands a nice view over the renovated Tokyo Station.
The lunchtime buffet is a good introduction, featuring eight main dishes (including two curries and two Thai salads), two soups and a handful of desserts. It's not quite as fancy as the lunch buffet at Mango Tree, in the next building, but at Y2200 it's more budget-friendly. At dinnertime the average bill is around Y5000, including drinks.
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