Spice Today's lunch menu is served until 4:30pm and covers a wider range than your typical green curries and Pad Thai noodles. For Y1100 you can choose two main dishes along with jasmine rice, soup and a nice green salad; there are several noodle options as well.
Main dishes change regularly, with tempting options like Stir-fried Pork with Chinese Water Spinach; Isan-style Fried Chicken; Stir-fried Shrimp Curry; and Ga Pao (minced chicken with Thai basil). There's a somewhat bigger menu at dinnertime, along with a wine list (from Y3000/bottle) and cocktails. A couple of craft beers designed to go with Thai food - Sudachi White and Grassy Spicy IPA - are available if you're feeling adventurous.
The open dining area is just a bit fancier than a food court - it faces onto a passageway in the basement of a shopping complex, so you can watch the passing foot traffic while you eat. Budget around Y3500 for dinner with drinks, or Y1100 for lunch.
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