Over the past several years, Japanese cuisine has been taking Bangkok by storm. While delicate sashimi maintains its popularity in the Big Mango, you'll also hear yakiniku barbecue sizzling on almost every corner of the city, while the bubbling shabu shabu and sukiyaki hot pots add even more variety to the tropical gastronomic scene.
A joint venture between the Sihanatkathakul family (of the Landmark Bangkok) and Uomasa, a well-respected sushi and sashimi eatery in Soi Thong Lor, Bishamon is a new restaurant that offers an alternative to the typically space-limited ramen joints. Located right on the side of the main Sukhumvit Road, the place is spacious. Its menu is extensive and its crowd is a mix of locals and expats of all ages.
Bishamon offers an impressive variety of ramen from three different regions: Sapporo, Tokyo and Kyushu. And in each regional category, there are several choices, whether different types of soup, levels of spiciness or portion sizes.
- Open days
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
11:30 to 23:00
Input price range
250 - 750 Baht/Service or 8 - 25 USD/Service
- More info
Remark: Cost of meal per person
1032 Soi 42/1, Sukhumvit Rd., Phra Khanong, Klong Toey, Bangkok 10110 Thailand
- Phone number
+66 (0) 2713 6060
Bangkok Post reviews
Raving about ramen +3 Excellent
By Bangkok Post Editorial