This was very delicious and cheap for the area--we came back a second night. The grilled chicken and the chicken laab w sticky rice were the standouts. Awesome!
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Genuine thai food,in a rustic setting,went 3 times in a week - food cooked in front of you highly recommend if you are looking for something genuine, older couple run the place,have a bbq burning in the sidelines doing wings chicken thigh and catfish, but the real treat is the lemongrass and mint shrimp and papaya salad, also very well... More
Big portions, delicious food and affordable prices. A large grilled chicken piece costs just 80, big portion of rice for 20 and pretty much everything else for cheaper and better than anywhere else. ALL the food we ate there tasted good.
Humble it may look like, but dive in! The Esan food is worth it. This is not "diluted-for-tourists-Thai". Several lunches and dinners here and not one disappointing dish. Spicy papaya salad here had the rare balance of chili, lime, etc and crisp papaya to make it most refreshing. The stir-frys were all good. The coal-BBQ'd catfish was the winner though.... More
Didn't really think I'd find it here to review it so imagine my delight when I did. No idea if this is the real name for the place but if not before, it certainly is now. Ate here several times and food was always just the best! Real honest, tasty and fresh Thai fare, couldn't wait to get back there... More
This small family run roadside restaurant in Kantiang Bay serves some incredible Thai food. A la Carte is busy every night with locals and tourists. The papaya salad is knock out with the prawn/lemon grass dish mixed together, fresh and delicious every time. We were happy to come back three days in row and miss it now that we are... More
My family ate here many times during our week at Kantiang Bay. It is quick, tasty cheap, no fuss food. The cafe is open for lunch and dinner and it always had both locals and tourists eating here.
Great mum and dad operation. Very tasty Thai - proper spicy when requested for papaya salad, Tom Yum and pad Thai. Fully recommended this wonderful local experience!
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