Tuesday, December 17, 2019

thi thi

We've been trying to eat at Thi Thi, but every time we've tried, they were fully packed and only taking people with reservations.

This past Sunday, we finally got to try their food.

This shop was featured as one of the spots that the main character of the J-drama (soap opera), "Kodoku no Gurume" eats at while out on sales calls.

I actually saw this episode on a plane ride to Hawaii and was excited that it was nearby to where we live.

Satoshi had this Larue Beer.

We shared this Cha Gio (fried spring rolls), I loved all the veggies and herbs.

We also shared this Bo Cuon Tom (shrimp and veggies that are wrapped with beef)

We loved this dish as well.

It is hard to tell from this photo but the beef wrapped shrimp were huge!

Thank goodness they sliced these in half.

Here's a shot of one half.

There was lots of thinly sliced beef wrapping the shrimp and veggies. The five spice flavor was nice too.

This is a small restaurant and there were quite a lot of Vietnamese eating here.

We want to try some of their noodle dishes...we'll be back!

Thi Thi
5-26-6 Kamata
Ota, Tokyo
Phone: 03.3731.1549
Closed Mondays
Hours: 17:00-22:30 (Tuesdays-Fridays), 12:00-22:00 (Saturdays & Sundays)
*cash only


Anonymous said...

whenever you post pictures of food, I get cravings. I wonder if they have that shrimp dish here? Don't recall seeing on any menus, but then I'm only looking for certain familiar things. New mission!
LOL, I just ate tofu and vegetable with rice noodles from Pho Thinh for lunch today.

K and S said...

Thanks V, these dishes didn't come with rice or noodles and took more time to come out, hope you can find it in Hawaii :)

Take care!