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1/40 Soi Sukhumvit 39 (Phrom Phong) Sukhumvit Rd, Bangkok, Thailand

Serves meat, vegan options available. The Japanese style curry is made with 6 kinds of organic fruit and vegetable and served with mixed brown rice or natural yeast bread (no wheat flour in curry). The first floor is shop selling organic vegetable and different kinds of products, and second floor is this restaurant. Open Mon-Sun 10:00am-8:30pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Japanese, Organic, Beer/Wine, Take-out, Non-veg

4 Reviews

First Review by eric

Nice, clean food - Edit

The menu is heavily Japanese influenced and the food that came out was clean, well prepared and delicious. While there is meat served here there are plenty of veg options. The vegetables 3 ways was beautiful. The store downstairs is fantastic too, a great place to pick up hard to find items.

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Some great options - Edit

There are some really tasty and healthy vegan options, to eat on the go from the shop (good quality fruits and veg, miso seaweed rice balls, etc), or in the restaurant (authentic japanese soba noodles, curry, nice herbal teas..) . Everything's clearly marked and easy to navigate for vegans, the staff can answer questions about ingredients. Plus nice organic cleaning and hygiene products too.

Updated from previous review on 2017-01-02

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Awesome Clean Yummy Organic Place - Edit

(I would give this place 5 Stars, but Happy Cow doesn't allow 5 Stars for veg-friendly listings.) Went to Sustaina last week and can't wait to go back. We ordered potato croquettes which were perfectly crunchy on the outside and tasty inside, came with organic rice (or homemade yeast-free bread) and a side salad. Everything was high quality, delicious and the portion was good sized.
The restaurant was peaceful, clean, not crowded and the service was courteous.

This place is in an area where there are a lot of Japanese shops and businesses. There is Wifi. The restaurant is on the 2nd floor, and the first floor is a health food shop, selling fresh produce and sweets and household stuff. We also ordered a natto appetizer, where they bring you nori, natto, chopped asian onion and a dipping sauce and you make your own nori natto rolls - awesome appetizer if you're into natto at all. On the way back we grabbed a few grocery items, and I was stoked to get a pack of Japanese mochi sweets for 50% off because it was at the end of their business hours, and the sweets had to go. The mochi sweets were amazing, too. I'm going back soon :)

Pros: Clean and peaceful, Organic, Healthy grocery store downstairs

Cons: Coffee and tea could be cheaper

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Great curries! - Edit

I've tried this place a few times over the past week and it's been consistently good. It's a little tricky to order vegan but there are many options, including some of their desserts. The staff spoke little English, and it caters mostly to Japanese.
I tried the potato croquette curry and although there aren't many veggies in it, it was filling and delicious. It's a little on the pricy side, but has nice ambiance and food quality/presentation is excellent. If you're in this area I highly suggest trying this place. The restaurant is located above the store. The store has lots of organic supplies, but only a few snack foods and imported items.

Pros: great food, organic, nice ambiance

Cons: pricy

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