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Monday
Apr232012

Krung Siam, Nakameguro  クルンサイアム、中目黒

Although intended to be an evening spent enjoying the cherry blossoms, the rain resulted in our seeking shelter – shelter offering food and drinks.

The Nakameguro Krung Siam is likable enough, although not as atmospheric as the Jiyugaoka restaurant or its Attic sibling on the other side of the station.

Hungry and thirsty, we opted for the ¥5,000 course, which included six dishes and two hours of all-you-can-drink frivolity. As far as party-plans go, the food was not at all bad, but the G&Ts were decidedly weak.

Spring rolls 

Sweet salad 

Spicy shrimp tom-yam

Shrimp fried rice

Shrimp noodles stir-fry

 

03-3714-6566 

Krung Siam

Reader Comments (1)

The Jiyugaoka Loft branch is indeed superb, especially if you get up and out onto the roof.
I wish the same could be said of the one in Nakameguro, been there 3 or 4 times already for lunch, but after today will not be returning.
The waitress (Japanese, not Thai, incidentally) "greeting" us at the door was phenomenally rude, huffing and puffing at our choice of table, keen only to point out that they were closing for the afternoon in 40 (40!) minutes' time. She seemed to take an instant dislike to my wife, who was so shocked she actually assumed said waitress was perhaps a jealous ex-girlfriend. After approximately one minute of this we walked right out of there.
This is a real shame as we've previously enjoyed eating there a great deal, but until this strumpet of satan is removed we won't be going back in a hurry.
Stick to the Jiyugaoka branch(es) people!

July 5, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterHeshter

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