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šMontee/
Asakusa: Thai
₯3841-8668
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Very spicy, down-
home Thai cuisine is
what draws the cus-
tomers to this ex-
tremely casual hole-
in-the-wall spot,
located inside an
ancient basement
arcade next to Asa-
kusa subway station.
The wide-ranging
menu includes stan-
dards like curries,
noodles and spicy
salads, plus many
dishes from the Isan
region of northern
Thailand. We'd rec-
ommend a thorough
perursal of the menu
(in Japanese and
Thai), paying spe-
cial attention to
the page of chef's
recommendations.

With its rickety
tables and utilitar-
ian stools, it seems
like the kind of
place that would
welcome walk-in
customers, but in
fact reservations
are essential. (We
were lucky enough to
get a spot just
after opening time
if we promised to
leave before 7pm.)

Most dishes are
priced in the Y700-
800 range, similar
to those popular
Thai chain shops in
town, but the food
is definitely a cut
above. If you're not
in the mood for
beer, Spanish wine
runs Y1800 a bottle;
budget around Y2500
for dinner and
drinks.
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Taito-ku, Asakusa
1-1-12, Asakusa
Chikagai B1F. 
Open noon-2, 6-10pm
(LO). Closed
Tuesdays.
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