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Price:
Dishes from ¥400
Address:
3 Chome-58-18 Koenji-minami, Suginami, Tokyo (2nd floor)
Distance from Station:
1 minute from JR Koenji Station, South Exit
Phone:
03-3318-2621 (Japanese only)
Open:
Sunday - Tuesday 6:00pm - 2:00am, Friday & Saturday 6:00pm - 3:00am
Website:
http://www.demeken.net/bamii/
Communication:
Staff Speak Japanese only

BAMII

Eat and Listen to Tunes to Your Heart’s Content

Koenji is full of record stores and music cafes but no one could beat Bamii Asian Cuisine on the number of records selection offered. The dining area is surrounded by over 10,000 records featuring 60’s Rock music, Jazz, RnB and a wide variety of Asian folk music as well, all which can be played upon request. When entering the café on the 2nd floor you will be hit with nostalgia– the whole room is filled with old records and the walls covered of pictures of their favorite customers from the past. The retro cozy atmosphere accompanied by nostalgic melodies is one of the appeals of Bamii, not to mention the delicious Asian cuisine!

Bamii serves mainly Thai and Vietnamese food, although some other Southeast Asian favorites like Gado-gado (salad with peanut sauce) from Indonesia and more are also on the menu. Run by a friendly couple, although they only speak Japanese, they will make you feel at home. While the food is not vegetarian, they are used to making vegetarian food for some of their foreign customers, so if you don’t eat meat just let them know. Although there are many Asian restaurants that can be found in Tokyo and Koenji alone, there are none better than Bamii as a place to enjoy Asian tastes and reminisce about the past generations, which has always been Koenji`s appeal in Tokyo.

 

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[published: October 2017]