Positioned directly adjacent to Phrom Phong BTS station and between EmQuartier and the huge Soi 39, Sukhumvit Soi 37 is a very short alleyway.
There are a few establishments to be found down here, but generally most people just use it as a quick shortcut to 39 from Sukhumvit. On the corner with Sukhumvit are a couple of street food restaurants that can get very busy around lunchtime.
Let’s see if there’s anything of interest…
Sustaina is an organic restaurants that serves up delicious local food and Japanese fare (they even have a Japanese language menu), as well as set menus and special combos. Plenty of their dishes are suitable for vegetarians, while seafood and vegetables feature heavily throughout.
They also sell organic produce in their shop.
Haruka Japanese Club
Haruka is a typical Japanese nightlife venue — opaque from the outside, with raucous karaoke within. It’s next door to the Mie Thai Massage parlour.
This is a Japanese restaurant at the end of Sukhumvit Soi 37 as it connects to Soi 39. They sell a variety of food sets, sake, Japanese beer and a host of grilled meats and sushi.
They’re open daily from 11.30am to 2pm and then again for dinner from 5.30pm to 10pm.