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Monday, June 27, 2011

On The Table


Tokyo in Bangkok, Italian cuisine

In my eyes (and my taste-buds), mall food is pretty boring, especially non-Thai and fusion cuisine.

However, there are always exceptions. Recently I found there is an open-style restaurant in the middle of the atrium at Beacon Zone of the Central World Plaza; the food, Italian cuisine with a Japanese twist, is interesting and average. It is On The Table, the Tokyo Cafe. Since then I can get my next fix of Tokyo style western food without
the cost of airfare and extra radiation.

Again, at On The Table it is about Italian food with a Japanese twist, so don't expect the food taste like those in Grossi and Bacco.

On The Table, Tokyo Cafe ***1/4
6/F Beacon Zone, Central World Plaza
4 Rajdamri Road (/Rama I Road)
Prathumwan, Bangkok 10330
Tel.: 02.613.1558

Open daily : 11 am - 10 pm
Pay (food only for two): around THB 800


Tommy Leung said...

So this is another new restaurant in Central World. I see after last year Thailand riot, Central World has many new restaurants now opening.

Food photos hurry up, no lazy!

Stella said...

Yes look forward to more photos and good dishes here TC.

in the sea said...

I almost tried this one the other day. 3.5 star rating is good for a try.

Thailand Club said...

no, it is only 3 and a quarter stars

Stella said...

I only know that French food always mix with Japanese fusion; but first time for Italian food.

in the sea said...

Oops... I didn't realise that. :)

Mike said...

it is actually more Italian mixed Japanese cuisine in Tokyo, French cuisine in Japan usually present in the authentic way ..

Stella said...

We have lots of Japanese French fusion restaurants in LA, also bakery shops.
They are all so good.
But not notice any Japanese Italian fusion yet.
May need to ask Pixmation later.

in the sea said...

He would have more idea about the diverse Japanese food. He likes Japanese food a lot.

Mike said...

so Tokyo has more Italian-Japanese cuisine, while LA has French-Japanese, actually cuisine in the US is quite fusion, French-American cuisine in Central and Southern states, and Chinese dishes there r present in fusion ..

Fillet-O Fish said...

Me too, no true interest in mall food. I treat them convenience food after/before movie and intense shopping.

Stella said...

Hi Sea,
Please tell Pixmation go to Shaab in Old Pasadena or Toro on Main Street, Alhambra for good sashimi at good price.

in the sea said...

OK, I think he may know as he is a crazy sashimi hijacker.