In February 2018, Karn from Phuket opened this business on Third Road, just south of Soi 17 as you head towards Phratamnak. Karn moved to the city in the summer of 2017, with a view of creating a restaurant that would provide quality cuisine to the people of Pattaya and its many visitors.
The venue employs ten full time staff to look after their customers. They are friendly and will always welcome you with a smile and treat you with courtesy.
The area has a number of hotels nearby, where they can attract diners from, plus it is close to the ever popular Walking Street.
The premises is large and spacious with a black and white tiled floor, all of which is evident even before you enter through the door, due to the large windows. Step inside this air conditioned restaurant and you will find a pleasant dining area, with over 100 seats for you to choose from.
Pot plants are located around the premises adding colour to the decoration, which features brick work and a pastel colour scheme. Large wall murals, add further interest as you look around.
The venue is spotless as you would expect from a new venture and offers a modern setting for you to enjoy your meal.
The menu is Thai, offering you a taste of traditional food, which Thailand is famous for.
You will find tempting dishes such as omelettes, containing chicken, crab or prawns or a spicy chicken mincemeat option for those who like their meal with a kick to it.
Stir fries are available, again with the likes of chicken being the base item. Fish lovers could try their snapper fish in a delicious fish sauce or the same option but delivered with a sweet and sour sauce.
Seafood is represented in many forms on the bill of fare, including fried squid. Battered fried prawns, mixed seafood tom yum or you could try a spicy seafood soup.
Staying on the theme of soups, they have a lovely chicken and coconut option, stuffed squid soup and another spicy option with their mixed vegetable and prawn soup.
Maybe a green Thai curry would appeal to your taste buds or how about kale in oyster sauce?
Chicken cooked with ginger, stir fried fish, asparagus and shrimp, a seafood curry, clams served with a roasted chilli paste, chicken and cashew nuts or green peppers are all available.
There is a strong presence of seafood but then again, Pattaya is renowned for its freshly caught fish. They offer steamed fish in lime or soya sauce, curried seafood in a coconut sauce and a potted shrimp dish that looks delicious.
Mussels, river prawns, salads, noodle based offerings and that most famous and popular Thai dish, Papaya Salad. There are numerous rice dishes to select from, so you should find something from this extensive Thai menu, to suit everyone.
The bar offers a range of beverages from beers, wines, spirits and soft drinks.
If you enjoy Thai cuisine, you will love this restaurant. If you delight in seafood dishes, again, this venue is for you.
Or maybe you just wish to sample the nation’s best known dishes. Give Seamoon a try.
You may just discover a wealth of new textures and flavours, spicy or not, that you will fall in love with.