Sala Rattanakosin


Sala Rattanakosin is a hotel with a majestic view of Arun Temple which translates to Temple of Dawn in Thai language. The view are just amazing. My group has tried simple Thai food from Laab Ped (Spicy minced duck meat salad), fried spring rolls, Tom Kah Kai (White curry with chicken) and french fries just to add the crunchiness.


The food came out as spicy enough for local and not too spicy for tourist.


Luke’s Lobster

Restaurant: Luke’s Lobster
Menu: Lobster roll (US)
Address: 5-3-16 Hiroo Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Business hours:
[Monday – Friday] 11: 00-16: 00 17: 00-21: 00
[Saturday, Sunday and public holidays] 11: 00 ~ 21: 00
Location: Tokyo, Japan


Hello, today I am going to review not so traditional Japanese food in Tokyo. It is US originate cuisine. Well, I’m sure you guys know since the name of restaurant have lobster on it lol. Our destination is a place near Hiro-o station.

I have arrived at 11:00 AM which is the opening time of restaurant on rainy holiday season. Not many people show up and the place could hold about 5 bar seats seems not so convenient for a long lazy meal


Lobster roll (US) & French fries
Large quantity of French fries and one whole pickle.


Personally, I have never tasted lobster roll in US and I don’t know the real taste. Lobster texture are firm and well-seasoned and not too salty. The bread is still moderate (I was hoping for more crunch and crust texture)


Followed by Croquantchou (similar to choux cream) from Zaku Zaku store in Harajuku. Creamy fillings and crispy outside. I recommend tasting at the place since take home would make it soggy and fillings could leak out.