This is a restaurant that mainly serves food from the north-east of Thailand.
But you can also eat other Thai dishes here.
The menu is in Thai and in English, and fortunately there are also pictures.
In this restaurant, unlike most Isaan restaurants, you eat indoors in an air-conditioned
Outside, next to the door under a porch, there are also a few tables, but they are not used very often.
There are around 20 tables, sturdy wooden tables with sturdy chairs, around 80 people can sit inside, around 16 outside.
At the back of the restaurant, behind the counter and the bar, is the kitchen. The kitchen is closed, unfortunately you don't see how the food is prepared.
The restaurant is not very busy during the day, but people are eating all day long. It is of course much busier by dinner time.
We usually eat kai yang (grilled chicken) and some other Isaan dishes.
The food tastes great, and it's not too hot.
You never have to wait very long for the food, and the service is usually fairly smooth. The staff speaks almost no English.
This is not a restaurant where you will eat with a large group of people for a long time. But it's good for a lunch or a fairly quick meal.
On Thursday, December 13, 2018 we ate kai yang (grilled chicken), mango salad, larb phet (spicy duck salad) and naem (fried sour pork). Together with two bottles of Singha we paid Thb 750. We were also here on Tuesday, December 25, 2018, Wednesday, January 30, 2019 and on Saturday, February 23, 2019.
Written on: 2018-12-14
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