Best Pattaya Japanese restaurants
Best Pattaya Japanese restaurants, there are many to choose from, however you can never go wrong at Fuji, excellent Japanese food at reasonable prices. Spotlessly clean with well trained staff. The Caterpillar roll above is my favorite dish, however their menu offers so many good choices of beautiful fresh Japanese food. There are almost 100 restaurants in this chain throughout Thailand, to see their locations please click here.
Salmon at Fuji
One of the many mouth watering dishes at Fuji in Big C shopping mall on 2nd rd.
Fuji chefs at Big C in 2nd rd.
Oishi Ramen low cost Japanese.
Oishi Ramen is another chain of very low cost Japanese & Thai food, I have lunch at least twice a week at the Big C mall on 2nd road north Pattaya. The Salmon and salad shown above with bottomless Green Tea costs 220 Baht or $7 usd, great value. More information about Oishi click here.
Oishi Japanese Buffet Restaurant
The buffet is excellent value at around 500 Baht or $15, eat as much as you want. I don’t rate the food as highly as Fuji however you can’t beat the value.
There is a new shopping mall in Pattaya Klang with many good Japanese restaurants to choose from, my salmon sashimi was absolutely fabulous.
Tuna Ichiban at Harbor shopping mall
High quality food at a reasonable price, what more could you ask for?
I was a little disappointed in the Tempura, too much batter so I scraped 1/2 off.
I was surprised at the number of Japanese restaurants here.
I had an excellent prawn teppanyaki and miso soup for lunch.
Excellent food here at Anego however I still think 200 Baht for a glass of wine is too high.
Anego was at 226/11 (soi 5 BeachRd.) Pattaya. Now in 2nd Rd behind Lisa bar in North Pattaya.
Chamiko in Soi 3 North Pattaya.
Finally hidden away in Soi 3 North Pattaya is Chamiko, it is kind of like eating in a private home. Good food, low cost and friendly staff. I walked past this strange little restaurant for 3 years without entering, now I eat there at least once a week. Open for lunch and dinner and closed on Mondays. Good food at a very low price, the best chicken Yakatori in Pattaya for about $3. 😀 Another example is you can order the two plates shown above + two glasses of South African wine for a total cost of $20 including tip, priceless.
Chamiko is a very casual atmosphere.
Here are some crazy friends of mine enjoying dinner at Chamiko. From left to right is Juergen (German), Larry (Austrian RIP), Dah (Thai) & John a.k.a Pothole (Australian).
Sushi at Chamiko
Only about B300 or $12 aud.
Genki in Soi 4.
A little gem hidden away in Soi 4 next to a row of shops which include Saithorn massage, is Genki. A very authentic Japanese restaurant with a nice outdoor area. Last night there were 50 Japanese male diners and one Caucasian, me.
That is always a testament to the quality of the cuisine, just count the number of Japanese diners.
One disappointing dish at Genki.
Here is one dish that was not to my liking, normally I love Sukiyaki but this version did not use thin beef, instead it was chicken and even some chicken mince. I won’t be ordering this one again at Genki. 😳
Sukishi at Central Festival.
Sukishi is an excellent Japanese BBQ restaurant in Central Festival shopping mall.
Another favourite at Big C
It is right opposite Fuji is Hachiban Ramen, the Gyoza & Teriyaki chicken is to die for, only 153 Baht for the two, priceless. There is another branch on the ground floor of Tukcom at the rear.
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