Touch of Spice

Shinjuku, Tokyo
3-28-10 Shinjuku


3.9 / 1 vote

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Veg-friendly Thai Kitchen

Touch of Spice is a beautifully decorated Thai restaurant that has elephant statues, fountains, fresh plants, and an outdoor seating area.

They offer a number of vegan dishes (be sure to ask for no fish sauce!) including spring rolls, coconut fried rice, stir fried morning glory (Asian greens), and various curries.

The menu is available in English and a number of the staff members speak enough English to communicate.

Added by Cass Danger on Oct 16 07 (last updated Oct 16 07)

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There weren't a huge number of vegan options (more vegetarian options than vegan), but I felt there were enough and I really enjoyed what I had.

The coconut fried rice came packed inside a young coconut and was absolutely delicious, as was the avocado and sweet basil curry. Many items were around 1200 yen, which is a pretty good price, and although the servings weren't huge, they were larger than many places in Japan.

Also, the restaurant was beautiful, a lot nicer than most places for that money.

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Shinjuku Station.

Allows Smoking

Accepts Reservations


$ - inexpensive


  • Thai


  • Large Group-Friendly
  • Outdoor Seating


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11:30am - 11pm

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