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Elegant and contemporary, Ananda welcomes guests to savor authentic Thai specialties in a classy setting. The stylish interiors are beautifully decorated with decorative screens, wall murals, and paintings, creating an air of refinement. Fried Thai fish cakes, garlic pepper squid, deep-fried pork meatballs, soft shell crab with salted chili, chicken with cashew nut, and mixed seafood with Thai herbs are a few of the regional dishes showcased on the menu. Save room for dessert, the coconut sticky rice with ripe mango and the taro coconut custard are classics.
Kaffir Lime is a local Thai restaurant serving authentic down-home dishes in a laid-back setting, surprisingly tucked away in upscale Omotesando. The restaurant offers a great alternative from Japanese fare and is especially busy in the evenings. Portions are substantial so it's best to share with friends. The cozy second-floor restaurant opens out into a sunny terrace that's ideal once the sun sets. Pair Singha beer with cold spring rolls, crisp prawn crackers, hearty bowls of coconut-infused green curry, and fried fish in spicy sauce. If you like your food to pack a punch, this little spot can satisfy those spicy food cravings, though there are plenty of milder options on hand too.
Grand but not overly ornate, this Thai restaurant is located in the heart of Shinjuku. Spacious with high ceilings and large wooden tables, this is a great place to come if you are feeling a bit cramped by the Tokyo crowds. The menu is a la carte as well as prix fixe and features succulent dishes such as curried crab, grilled eggplant salad and delicious salad rolls.
Food meets art in Celadon, a popular Thai restaurant. The restaurant is endorsed by the Thai government and endeavors to replicate genuine Thai cuisine. Try their phanaeng (red curry), which is sweet and delicately flavored. It's hard to pass up their pad thai, a perfect combination of fresh vegetables, pliant rice noodles and the right amount of egg and peanut oil. Celadon also has 'Celadon Style' which gives diners and shoppers the opportunity to purchase the beautiful Celadon-style pottery that their food is served on.