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Old Thailand/
Ichigaya: Thai
₯6380-8360
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The cooking at Old
Thailand is a few
levels up from your
typical Tokyo Thai
joint, and every-
thing smells really
good, even in the
elevator on the way
up from the street.
In addition to the
festively decorated
dining room, there's
a nice wrap-around
outdoor terrace
looking out over
busy Ichigaya from
the third floor. The
soundtrack is a
lively mix of upbeat
Thai pop and mellow
ballads.

The kitchen here
isn't shy about
robust flavors - our
stir-fried water
spinach was very,
very garlicky, as
were the plump
prawns. Spicy papaya
salad was very spi-
cy, and sour soup
was properly sour.
Spring rolls were
fresh-tasting, and
our green curry was
full of rich, ripe
avocado balancing
the tasty shrimp.

At lunchtime the
menu offers around
eight main dishes;
these are accompa-
nied by spring rolls
and soup for a good
balance of flavors.
Drinks include
fruity cocktails,
fruit juices and
exotic teas as well
as the usual beer
and wine. Budget
around Y4000 for
dinner with drinks,
or Y1000-1200 at
lunchtime.
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Chiyoda-ku, Roku-
bancho 4-3, Gems
Ichigaya 3F.  Open
11:30am-2:30, 5-10pm
(LO) daily.
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