A new breed of eatery has sprung up in Bangkok’s Chinatown, which aims to bring the best of the Japanese cuisine to the city’s streets.
The new Japanese eateries are called JJ Asian and Bangkok cuisine, and they aim to change the way the city views its cuisine.
The eateries have been operating in the Chinatown since 2017, with the first serving on January 15.
The first JJ Asians to open their doors was a group of five men in their 20s, named Bangkalas, who have been serving food in Bangkok since the late 1990s.
Their name comes from the way Bangkas, who are also known as “prawns”, are served as sushi rolls in the city.
The group have started their first restaurant, JJAsian, in a street near the Central Market in the early hours of February 15.
The restaurant serves the famous Japanese food, and its menus range from three courses to a full meal.
JJAsians, or “pizza prawns” are usually served with a variety of toppings like seaweed, scallops, and sushi.
The menu is packed with Japanese cuisine.
There is a sushi roll, a grilled fish, a spicy vegetable salad, and a salad with fried shrimp.
JJAesians have also added fresh fruit, vegetables, and tofu to their menus, as well as the traditional Asian desserts.
They also sell rice cakes, which are filled with rice and a small plate of the same.
They say the JJAs have been helping to change what the locals consider to be the “foreign” food.
JJAtasians say the menu is very diverse, but they are all about Japanese cuisine, with their main focus being on the “pizzas and sandwiches” and “Japanese desserts”.
“We try to take inspiration from what people in Japan and the US eat, but we are not just trying to copy the Japanese,” Bangkalis Sato said.
“We also try to give a little bit of a twist to the dishes.
For example, I think that the prawn rolls are a lot of fun and I think it makes them very different.”
Bangkok restaurants, which were first introduced to the world in the 1990s, have seen a surge in popularity.
In recent years, more than 20 JJAs were opened in the Thai capital alone, and more are planned.
The restaurants aim to provide an authentic taste of the food of Japan and its many traditional cultures.
Bangkok has seen a rise in popularity for Japanese restaurants in the past decade, but many locals are concerned about the rise in foreign food in the capital.
They say the influx of new eateries has created a huge demand for local food.
“People who are used to eating Japanese food can’t really eat anything from the Japanese restaurants,” Sato added.
“They’re so busy with other things.”
Bangkalis, who do not speak Japanese, have had a lot to say about the new JJAs, and say they hope the restaurants can provide a welcoming environment for the locals.
“I hope that JJAs can bring a bit more variety to the Thai cuisine, especially if the JJAtesians can bring some Japanese food and other Asian foods to the market,” Saito said.
Bangkalans also believe the JJA’s restaurants can bring more diversity to the locals as well.
“They have opened a lot more restaurants, and there’s more diversity now,” Satella told Polygon.
“But I think the more restaurants they open, the more diversity there is in the market.”