Starting at 7pm, enjoy two hours of all-you-can-eat ramen and free flow Japanese beer. Warm up with the soup, cool off with the beer.
Born in Kyoto, the heart of soul of Japanese ramen, Kayou Ramen is one of a kind in the Big Mango. Master Chef Matsuo proudly prepares his secret soup with a full-bodied broth, a style characteristic of the ancient Japanese city that contrasts the lightly flavoured soups found elsewhere in Bangkok.
While ramen has a storied history in the Land of the Rising Sun, craft beer is forging a new and permanent place in the country’s drinking culture. Here is your chance to blend past and present, pairing five kinds of premium Japanese craft beer with various appetizers, three different styles of ramen (Shoyu, Shio, Miso), and sweet, Japanese dessert.
After eating, fill up on craft beer bottles or Asahi on draft until your two hours run out.
Reservations are required. Since tables are very limited, reserve your seat today. Tickets are B500, cash only, and last seating is at 8pm. Dress is casual, so roll up those sleeves.
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Planned all-you-can-eat menu:
- Ramen (Shoyu, Shio, Miso, Cold)
- Japanese-style Fried Chicken
- Fried White Fish
- Japanese-style Fried Rice
- Roasted Pork
- Fresh Salad
- Stir-fried Liver and Chinese Chives
385/1 Silom Road | 0 2636 8494 | kyoto-ramen.com
The restaurant is behind 7-Eleven and Tom N Tom’s Coffee on Silom Soi 5.