3rd time here. Busy on weekends. Really good food, great location for Bridge over River Kwai. Prices very reasonable.
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I love Thailand and its people and have been to the country all over. This restaurant had an upmarket presentation, ladies in lovely uniforms and a great location (underneath the Bridge on the River Kwai )but the service was awful, actually hopeless. We had to...More
I had a very good experience by visiting this restaurant. I went with my tour guide, we were immediately seated on the water's edge as requested, drink orders were taken as we settled in, delivered promptly and we were offered refills when we got down...More
Considering the amount of money this restaurant makes from the Bridge and the sacrifice of the British and Allied soldiers. Visitors from Britain will eat at this restaurant and I could not see a Union Jack, plenty of other flags.
It's the closest restaurant to the River Kwai Bridge. So, we decided to go there as I found a few suggestions from some local websites. The food is ok, but the service is horrible. It's OK if you need a quick meal as they serve...More
We came here about an hour before sunset and had a nice meal and a drink watching the sunset from the restaurant. the food tasted great, the service was good, and the location was excellent. A little pricy, but that is made up for by...More
For obvious reasons, this is a very busy restaurant catering for large parties of tourists who want to see the Bridge on the River Kwai. The best feature of this place is the view of the bridge which is now associated with the film. We...More
A mixed bag for a review having explored Thailand extensively over the years, the floating restaurants are a real disappointment if your hungry or come expecting great cuisine, What they lack in flavor they do make up for in location, so it is a case...More
We chose the place for the view on the river, the train racks, the Chinese temple on the other side, the nice wooden structure, but food was actually bad. We did not finish our omelet and fries... It felt a bit like a tourist trap.