A lady by the name of Poo, moved to Pattaya in 2003 from Sisaket. She enjoyed her life in the city, before acquiring this restaurant in 2018, which is located on Soi Bongkot, not far from the Heavenland Resort.
The business has created eight jobs for local people, thanks to Poo.
You will find the staff here to be amicable, offering a warm, friendly smile when you arrive and an efficient service during your time at Madam Poo’s.
With 60 seats being available, you should have no problem booking a table at this venue. Or you can simply walk in and they will do their best to accommodate you.
The external part of the venue resembles an exotic location, with its many palm trees and plants adorning the entrance. Walk beyond the greenery and you enter the restaurant.
You will see dark wood tables on either side of the room, which features a turquoise floor and a buffalo’s head mounted on the wall.
The ambience comes from overhead lights covered in coloured lampshades. The seating continues outside, where you can dine al fresco if you wish.
A well stocked bar is provided and televisions generally show any sporting action that may be available.
The menu is predominantly Thai based and features all the popular dishes that many of you will be accustomed too.
Try their stir fried seafood offering, cooked with a range of herbs. Or the same but with mixed vegetables in a tasty oyster sauce.
They have that dish that is popular with the ladies of Thailand known as Papaya Salad but they offer it with a variety of options, such as crab, beef or pickled fish.
A spicy minced beef or pork dish, deep fried marinated pork, fermented spare ribs, rice with sour pork, red or green curry dishes, shrimp in garlic, omelettes, and noodle based dishes are all available.
Steamed squid, snapper, a frog curry, seafood in chilli sauce, crab sticks are just some of the dishes on offer.
If you enjoy sampling the cuisine of Thailand, you will most certainly enjoy the food at Madam Poo’s.
You could order a Spy Classic or Heineken, Chang, Singha, Leo, San Miguel or one of their other bottled beers. They generally come in two sizes and are served ice cold.
They have rums, vodka, whisky and gin plus liqueurs to tempt you too.
Soft drinks, fruit juices, hot or iced coffees and tea are all on the drinks list.
Wine drinkers can enjoy a glass of red or white or if you wish, they sell by the bottle.
A great venue for lovers of Thai cuisine, especially if you are in the Pattaya Tai area of the city.
Go along and sample some of the best known dishes in Thailand.