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Thai Cuisine Mymot

Thai Cuisine Mymot Description

Located in Tokyo, Thai cuisine MYMOT is a hidden gem that offers a unique dining experience. As the name suggests, this restaurant specializes in authentic Thai cuisine, bringing the flavors and aromas of Thailand to the heart of Tokyo.

What sets Thai cuisine MYMOT apart from other dining establishments is its commitment to using fresh, high-quality ingredients and traditional cooking techniques. Each dish is carefully prepared by skilled chefs who have mastered the art of Thai cuisine. From the moment you step inside, you'll be greeted by a warm and inviting atmosphere, with traditional Thai decor and a cozy ambiance.

The menu at Thai cuisine MYMOT is a culinary journey through Thailand, featuring a wide range of dishes that showcase the diverse flavors of the country. Start your meal with a refreshing and tangy som tam (green papaya salad) or go for the classic tom yum soup, bursting with spicy and sour flavors. For mains, you can choose from a variety of curries, stir-fries, and noodle dishes, each packed with aromatic herbs and spices. Don't miss the pad thai, a signature dish that perfectly balances sweet, sour, and savory flavors.

Whether you're a fan of Thai cuisine or looking to explore new flavors, Thai cuisine MYMOT is a must-visit restaurant in Tokyo. With its authentic dishes, warm ambiance, and attentive service, it's the perfect place to indulge in the vibrant and delicious flavors of Thailand.

Thai Cuisine Mymot Overview


1-chōme-24-7 Meguro, Meguro City, Tokyo 153-0063


7 minute walk from Meguro Station.

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: Closed
Tue: Closed
Wed: 5:30PM-10:00PM
Thur: 5:30PM-10:00PM
Fri: 5:30PM-10:00PM
Sat: 5:30PM-10:00PM

Payment methods

Cash, Visa, Master Card, AMEX, Diners Club, JCB

Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted

Wine List


Stylish Interior

Thai Cuisine Mymot Reviews

Thai Cuisine Mymot Google Average Rating



Intimate setting with a great chef. I was worried the dishes would be too "modern" and stray too much from Thai cuisine but I had nothing to be concerned about! Very much Thai, but with delicious spins and unusual ingredients. Servings are perfect for tasting a variety of dishes. Would definitely be back


When you think of Thai food in Tokyo, this restaurant is well-known for its Thai cuisine.It is located in a quiet residential area, about 10 minutes walk from the station, on the right hand side of Gonnosuke-zaka from Meguro Station. Most of the Thai food you can find in Japan is in casual, izakaya-style restaurants, but this one only serves monthly courses and is particular about the ingredients, so the prices are a bit higher, but you can only get Thai food here. provided. The spiciness is moderate to suit the tastes of Japanese people, and if you let them know if there are any other things you don't like, they can make arrangements, so even if you're not very good at Thai cuisine, this is a restaurant you should try.


Mr. Mimoto's magical Thai cuisine, where Thailand and Japan come and go freely.

The only way to make a reservation at this restaurant is through the restaurant reservation site OMAKASE.
I was able to reserve a seat for one person in November, and I was able to visit for the first time on the 6th of the new year.

Each dish is different from any Thai food I've ever eaten.

All of the creative course dishes come from the free ideas of female chef Mimoto Sensei.

Appetizers include Patpong curry-flavored Datemaki, which is reminiscent of the New Year. The mullet on top of the som tam is also homemade.

When I told them that homemade food was amazing,
``Isn't it expensive to buy?'' I respond.

MiMotto-sensei is so tingly while cooking,
When he explains the dishes, he's so friendly that you feel like you've known him for a long time, which is nice.

You can feel the atmosphere similar to home cooking.

As for the appetizer, I liked the spicy sausage and the crispy nuts.

The turmeric soup is zoni-style, which also has a Japanese New Year feel to it. It even contains rice cake!

The cold dish called yam som o is also made with milt instead of shrimp or chicken in normal Thai cuisine! This was intensely delicious.

The tom kha gai has a gentle coconut scent, and the red chili jam paste made from surikogi is a great accent. It's not spicy.

Following the quail egg scotch egg,
A plate of dry curry and Chuchi curry.
I liked the dry curry made with a mix of venison and Iwanaka pork, which had a nice kick of pepper.

But today, my favorite is Gaeng Som. A refreshing sour curry made with mackerel and turnips.
I love Thai curry that doesn't use coconut, so this was a heart-stopper.

I was disappointed that I couldn't drink it because I had to go back to work, but I was able to drink Thai black tea.
It's a black tea with no taste.

A shop with no signboard next to Tawaman.
Only 2 people, Mr. Mimoto and the hall staff.
A very nice shop.

There were 2 other customers besides me. Everyone except me was female.

I'm planning to go to Thailand next month, so I immediately bought the Thailand special edition of the Transit released last year, which I thought would be useful as a reference.
The reason is that I saw the Thai food page introduced by Mr. Mimoto and thought that this was a preserved version.

Since the interview was done at his own expense, I wonder if it's a Thai love affair.

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