Thursday, April 18, 2013

10 Thousand Restaurant

Japanese foods always make me ecstatic. I’m glad to find different Japanese restaurants in Dublin that are appropriate for my mood and budget.

Hubby's Favorite Bento Box
One of my favorite spot is 10 Thousand Restaurant. It is a Japanese restaurant at the center of Dublin City. They serve authentic Japanese foods for a very affordable price. In their menu, you can find wide variety of choices from Maki, Sashimi, Donburi, Ramen, Noodle, Grilled Food, Stir Fried, and Tempura. You can order as is, by set of sushi and sashimi, or you can choose bento.

Bento is a box of food comprises of different items. Hubby’s favorite is Ichiman Bento. It includes chicken teriyaki, beef koroke, tempura, 6 sushi selection, salad, miso soup and boiled rice for € 11.90. Not bad, isn’t it?

I often pick Chicken Teriyaki Bento. The box contains chicken teriyaki, Japanese style fried chicken, beef koroke, 2 large sushi roll, salad, miso soup and boiled rice for € 9.90. The Japanese style fried chicken taste like the one from Jollibee, at least to our taste. I didn’t get the chance to take a photo of my food because I am so hungry that day. It’s not my last time to go there anyway, so I promise to take a good snap the next time around.

The chef freshly makes the sushi roll and sashimi. The tempuras are crispy and tasty. The chicken teriyaki have perfect flavor. Yeah, everything pleased me. I don’t ever regret eating here.

Overall, I will recommend this restaurant for their exquisite foods, reasonable price and great service.

10 Thousand Restaurant
20 Lower Liffey Street
City Centre North

Telephone Number: 01 – 8729656
They are open Monday to Sunday, from 12 PM to 11 PM.

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A wife to Z, a mom to baby A, a wannabe chef and an absolute food lover. If you like my thoughts and my food, follow me


  1. Yum yum! Of all the yummy foods here, I only tried sushi roll at Nonki Japanese Restaurant somewhere in Mactan.

  2. yuuuumm! lots of delicious food in a bento box! I also happen to love Japanese food and as much as possible, I would love to try them all! :D

  3. Ah, I can't relate to this type of food stuff. Sorry to say, I hate Japanese foods. But I must agree, they are healthy. Sabi yan ng mga friends ko.

  4. Looking at the foods makes me hungry lol. The fired veggie (?) looks crunchy.

  5. They say, Japanese food is a cleansing diet. It's not so heavy in my tummy and yet I feel full.


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