November 14, 2018

Video #16 | December 21, 2017

In this video I’m going to do Bangkok Unmasked’s second restaurant review which is for Tora Tora Japanese Kitchen on Pradipat soi 6. The restaurant is located on the ground floor of what looks like two separate shop houses – called ‘tuk taew’ in Thai language – which have been joined to create one big space. Getting to the restaurant is easy as it’s about 30 meters from the entrance of Pradipat soi 6, on the right hand side of the soi. Google maps will show you the way!

The video is broken into the following sections.

– What Tora Tora Japanese Kitchen looks like from the outside.
– A short video that I shot inside.
– The current menu at Tora Tora Japanese Kitchen.



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#VIDEO TRANSCRIPT#

Alrighty then! Welcome to the sixteenth video of Bangkok Unmasked! The YouTube channel that helps you get the most out of your visit to Bangkok city! If you’re new here, please consider subscribing!

In this video I’m going to do Bangkok Unmasked’s second restaurant review which is for Tora Tora Japanese Kitchen on Pradipat soi 6. The restaurant is located on the ground floor of what looks like two seperate shop houses – called ‘tuk taew’ in Thai language – which have been joined to create one big space. Getting to the restaurant is easy as it’s about 30 meters from the entrance of Pradipat soi 6, on the right hand side of the soi. Google maps will show you the way!

This is what Tora Tora Japanese Kitchen looks like from the outside.

So you can get a feel for Tora Tora Japanese Kitchen, check out this video that I shot inside.

If you’re looking for uncomplicated, reasonably priced, and well executed Japanese food, this is going to be your kind of place! Check out a their menu.

As you likely noticed, I had the pork katsu curry. It was well done, and one of the better katsu currys that I have eaten in Bangkok. [And I have eaten many]. If you’re a steak lover, they currently have the famous Brazilian Steak ‘Picanha’ which is THB 190 / 100 g. One of the tables near us had this, and it both looked, and smelled, very good!

As an aside, if you want the best katsu curry rice in Bangkok you need to head to Momotaro on soi Thaniya. I’m going to cover this restaurant in a forthcoming Bangkok Unmasked video. Momotaro’s ramen is also spectacular! This is where the Japanese go to eat at their adult playground on soi Thaniya!

There’s a diploma hanging on the wall of Tora Tora Japanese Kitchen from Le Cordon Bleu Dusit Culinary School for ‘Diplome De Cuisine’, which I believe was awarded to the owner, so he clearly knows how to cook.

If you’re in the Pradiphat area, and are looking for a Japanese food fix, it’s well worth checking out this restaurant!

Anyway…That’s it for this video. Expect a new video shortly. It should be posted in about a week, or so.

For all you techies out there, this video was shot on a Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus, and edited using HitFilm Express.

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Thank you very much for watching. I’ll see you next week. Goodbye.

jamesnardell

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