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Introduction

This restaurant is located in the city’s most famous and popular road “Walking Street”. It is owned by Toy, a Pattaya resident for many years.

It began life in 1996, with a view of offering the city’s tourists, a memorable experience, delivering the very best in locally caught seafood. Back then, there weren’t too many eating houses in Walking Street and despite the growth of the city and of course, further competition, the restaurant is still in high demand.

It employs an incedible 75 staff, who have been trained in customer services, catering and kitchen skills, to deliver a service regarded as second to none by the management.

The Venue

With seating for over 200 customers at any given time and its popularity, this can and often is a very busy restaurant.

The views from the venue, typically as the sunsets or in the evenings after dark, are simply gorgeous. It is a joy to sit and eat the wonderful food on offer in such a stunning setting.

Its bright neon red, blue, green and white sign beckons people to come in along with sales people who will escort you in via the long walkway, to the sea side dining area.

Much of the restaurant is open, allowing you to enjoy a cool sea breeze as you await your meal being delivered to your table.

The ambience comes from seahorse shaped lights and what you may describe as fairy lights or coloured bulbs dangling overhead, providing a lovely atmosphere.

You will enjoy wonderful views across the bay including the famous Pattaya City sign as it glows vibrantly on the hillside.

The food is fresh and only the very best ingredients are used in the preparation of your meal, so sit back and enjoy the amazing tastes of local seafood.

In the evenings, you will often find live international music on offer to entertain you.

They will cater for parties and large groups of people but it is advisable to contact them in advance to arrange a booking for your event.

The Food

Specialising in seafood, they offer a range of traditional Thai dishes and some well known items from around the world. Their signature dishes include Lobster Thermidor and a delicious Stir Fried Curried Crab.

Expect to see Squid, Shrimp, Oysters, Clams, Crab, Sea Bass and many other tempting delicacies that delivers mouthwatering flavours for you to indulge yourself in.

The food is a tribute to the kitchen staff, who prepare and send out tasty, colourful dishes, beautifully presented for your pleasure

Try them – you are in for a treat at King Seafood if you do.

The Bar

Customers can enjoy Tiger, Singha, Leo or one of the many other bottled beers on offer, served ice cold of course.

There is a wonderful selection of wines from around the world to choose from or you could sample something from their cocktail list. You can also select from their many spirits and liqueurs of offer.
Soft drinks are available for those who do not drink or may be driving.

Conclusion

One of the city’s premier restaurants located in a famous location with food that simply has to be sampled.

The views are stunning after sunset especially and services is very good.
A must visit venue if in Pattaya on holiday or a permanent resident.

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