This Thai eating venue is located close to Pattaya Klang on the corner of Chalerm Phrakiat 10 and Soi Arunatai on what locals call Soi Sophon.
It is owned by Tom, who has called Pattaya his home since 2001 after travelling from Bungkan, a province way up in the north east on the the Laos border.
He employs 15 staff at the restaurant, including qualified kitchen staff. The restaurant has been operational since 2015.
The diner can seat up to 70 customers with indoor and outdoor tables to choose from. There are wooden bench style tables and chairs and the occasional sofa to rest on.
Parking can be obtained at the venue with relative ease for cars and motorbikes alike, and you can always check out the peddle powered tuk tuk at the entrance.
The venue can cater for large groups of people if and when required, making it ideal for parties or business meals.
They have six televisions around the premises showing music videos and karaoke. They have a VIP area too.
So you are seated and now wish to sample the cuisine on offer. The menu is predominantly Thai, offering customers a taste of local delicacies, which the country is famous for.
You have Casseroled Shrimps with Glass Noodles, Steamed Squid in a Spicy Lemon Sauce or Snakehead Fish in a Hot ‘n’ Sour Curry.
How about Poached Egg with Seafood, Isan Sausage, Deep Fried Shrimp, Crispy Fried Chicken or Pork, Crab, Stir Fries, Oysters, Ruby Fish along with a host of other items for which Thailand is renowned for.
The bar list is comprehensive with an excellent range of bottled beers such as Heineken, Leo, Singha, Chang and so on.
Spirit drinkers can enjoy local and imported whiskies, rums, vodkas and gins plus other liqueurs.
Soft drinks are on the list too for non-drinkers.
A very good venue for anyone who adores Thai food and karaoke. Pop in, check them out and see if the food is as good as it looks.