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Saturday, February 25, 2017

Thai Kitchen Pakuchi


Thai Kitchen Pakuchi is an authentic Thai eatery on the corner of Kawaramachi Marutamachi in downtown Kyoto. Friendly, informal and lots of fun Pakuchi draws a mainly younger crowd of diners.

Thai Kitchen Pakuchi, Kyoto.

The chefs are Thai and the food, though less spicy maybe than found in Bangkok, is truly delicious.

The menu is extensive with all your favorite Thai dishes included: khao phat, (fried rice) pad thai (fried noodles) and, of course, som tom thai (spicy green papaya salad).

Thai Kitchen Pakuchi, Kyoto.

Drinks include Singha or Chang beer and a variety of Thai whiskeys and soft drinks.

Thai Kitchen Pakuchi
1F Rolex Tamura
374 Masuya-cho
Kawaramachi-dori Marutamachi-agaru
Kyoto 604-8086
Tel: 075 241 0892

Hours: Open 11.30am-3pm, 6pm-10pm (Last order) daily.

Pakuchi is just round the corner from the 100 year old sento, Sakura-yu.

The nearest subway station is Jingu-marutamachi on the Tozai Line. Kyoto buses #4, #10, #17, #37, #59, #93, #202, #203, and #205 and stop at Kawaramachi Marutamachi.

There's a Sanjo Pakuchi on Gokamachi north of Sanjo on the east side.

Kyoto has a fair number of Thai restaurants and even a Lao eatery. Thai restaurants in Kyoto include Khon Kaen in the Shinkyogoku arcade, Thai Cafe Kati on Ebisugawa, west of Fuyacho, Kroon near Demachiyanagi Station, Siam near Enmachi, and Esan on Imadegawa, west of Karasuma.

Khanty is the Lao restaurant north of Imadegawa on Teramachi.

Thai Kitchen Pakuchi, Kyoto.

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