|Entrance of "Casablanca Silk"|
|Fresh spring rolls|
|Caesar salad with shrimp|
|Beef stew with cous cous|
|Tom yan kun (Thailand's specialty, sour and hot soup)|
|Vietnamese coconut curry and rice|
Interior is fancy as colonial style. From windows, we can see the face of the Tokyo Station which is now under renovation. Dishes are not only Vietnamese but also fusion cuisine incorporating French and Thai. Hot flavor is a bit moderated for adjusting Japanese preference(this restaurant is run by a huge restaurant chain company).
The quality of taste is more than average and the price is not so expensive. We were satisfied with most of the dishes. Only Tom yan kun was too salty to eat up and the way of cooking of beef stew was a bit rough. A minus point is insufficient number of waiters. It seems the restaurant tries to save labor cost and only several waiters work in the huge floor. So, we have to wait for waiters coming (though it' not a so big problem...but we are very used to the quick service in Japan).
The atmosphere is good, the dishes are not bad, service is a bit slow... in sum, my rating is 2.7 out of 5. Gochiso-samadeshita!
Casablanca Silk (カサブランカシルク) http://www.kiwa-group.co.jp/restaurant/a100072.html