“Don Don Don, Donki, Don Don Donki,” the never-ending theme song plays.
Silom folks now have a 24-hour mall with ramen and sushi bars for their late-night cravings. This week, Japanese megastore Don Don Donki opened its newest branch inside Thaniya Building 2, conveniently connected to BTS Saladaeng.
Like its elder sisters and brothers, the new Don Don Donki promises a plethora of premium-quality fresh Japanese produce, snacks, dry foods, stationery, and household items.
Unlike other branches, however, this Silom branch boasts 24/7 ramen spot Ramen Go and sushi bar Sen Sen Sushi — perfect for night owls. The prices aren’t that shabby for a bowl of shoyu ramen starting at THB199 and the chashu, a rice bowl of Japanese braised pork belly, will set you back at THB99.
Currently, the popular Japanese discount store chain has six branches in Thailand – five in Bangkok and another in Chonburi’s Sriracha district. Other four branches in Bangkok are on Soi Ekkamai 5, inside Seacon Square Srinakarin, MBK Center, and Seacon Bangkhae.