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Open Seattle Japanese Language and Culture Meetup

Let's have some Thai curry and larb while speaking Japanese!

I'll order an assortment of vegetarian, meat and seafood dishes to share. The price for food should work out to $15-20/person depending on how reliable our RSVP count is. As usual, we'll handle drinks separately.

If you have any unusual dietary requirements, please make a note in your RSVP. The restaurant is considered fairly kid-friendly if you plan on bringing little ones.

Please remember to bring plenty of cash to make settling the bill easier. Restaurants of this size are often not equipped to handle multiple credit cards.

Bus access is easy with routes 2, 13, and 8, from what I can remember, and there are probably a half dozen other options.

I don't plan to pre-kai this time because I'll be available for nijikai, but if you want to do an early happy hour let me know and I'll suggest a place.

Nijikai may be at the beautiful Sitting Room, 10 Mercer, or the new Triumph.

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  • Jen

    One of, if not my favorite,Thai places!

    April 14, 2014

  • Stephen J.

    In Japan :)

    April 13, 2014

  • Beth K.

    Hi people. I look forward to joining in when I get back in June! Gambarimasuyo!

    April 11, 2014

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Seattle, WA

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