Siam Garden is a popular Thai restaurant in the Fushimi area of Nagoya located close to the Hilton Hotel on the banks of the Horikawa River on the Nayahashi Bridge.
Siam Garden gets particularly busy at lunch time when it offers a 1,000 yen set lunch. Thai favorites include Tom Yam soup, Thai curry, Green curry, Thai noodles, Singha beer and stir-fried pork.
The restaurant is located in a building of historic interest - the former Kato Shokai office building dating from 1935. The company was involved in the rice import trade and the company president Katsutaro Kato served as the Honorary Thai consul in Nagoya until 1945.
Tel: 052 222 8600
Hours: Lunch 11.30am-2.30pm; Dinner 5.30pm-10pm
Siam Garden is a short walk west from Exit 8 of Fushimi subway station on the Tsurumai and Higashiyama lines of the Nagoya subway. The building also contains a small gallery on its river side.
Google map of Siam Garden
Fans of Thai cuisine may also like to try Somboon, which is located in the nearby Sakae area.
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