This eating venue is located in what is known as Tipp Plaza, which can be found on Second Road, nestled between Soi 10 and Soi 11. There are various businesses here including tattoo shops, pharmacies, bars and hotels and the DHL delivery service has an office nearby.
Krua Khun Lee has been on the go since 2002, which suggests they are providing food that the public of Pattaya enjoy.
The premises is open at the front and features wooden chairs and tables, with flowery patterned table cloths. To the rear is the kitchen, which from a distance, appears to have a large fireplace and chimney stack, resembling and old fashioned kitchen for years gone by.
The orange and yellow decor goes well with the backlit adverts, which provide menu information including images of the food sold here.
The bill of fare covers a wide range of styles of cuisine. The Breakfast Menu for instance offers American versions, omelettes and even a traditional Scottish breakfast.
They have an assortment of soups where you will find minestrone from Italy and stchi soup, which follows a traditional Russian recipe, amongst more common varieties, such as tomato.
Moving on, diners are presents with a range of salads and pastas, again, with an Italian flavour being the order of the day.
The meat lovers amongst you can enjoy a succulent T-bone steak, a tasty pork chop or a beef or cheeseburger and filling.
Fish and seafood options include salmon steak, shrimps and squid served with a butter and garlic sauce to name a few.
The Italian theme continues with a decent range of pizzas cooked to order on site.
For those who enjoy traditional Thai cuisine, you have an excellent selection available including khao man kai, roast duck and stewed pork all cooked to classic recipes.
Finish off with one of their mouthwatering desserts, many which contain fresh fruit and ice cream – great for the kids.
Krua Khun Lee offer a range of fruit juices ranging from apple to orange plus delicious coconut drinks. Of course you will find the regular soft drink options available too.
For those looking for something a bit stronger, select from imported and local beers, spirits and cocktails.
The sixty seater restaurant employs ten people, including a number of experienced chefs.
The staff are friendly and courteous towards their customers, welcoming you with a smile, before inviting you to take a seat. They look smart in their grey shirts and black aprons, going about their work in an effiecient manner.
There are many venues serving food in the Tipp Plaza vicinity but Krua Khun Lee appear too have all angles covered when attracting customers. A cafe styled approach, decent range of edibles, friendly staff and a good selection of drinks – all that is needed is your custom.