Located in Soi 13, a short walk from Pattaya Beach, is this excellent restaurant, which was established in 2009.
It has four fully trained chefs and 15 waiting staff, who will welcome you with a friendly smile and ensure your visit here is one to remember.
Soi 13 is a busy area as people roam to and from the beach or from their hotel to Walking Street, shops, bars and the many other activities nearby.
The King’s Table is a long restaurant with a glass front and wooden flooring. The seating is mainly darkish wooden chairs of which there are 80, with matching tables adorned in red table cloths.
The walls are brickwork with the ceiling consisting of large wooden beams crossing the restaurant to great effect. This is a superb venue in both layout and style, offering a touch of class to its customers.
Should you be a sports fan, they show any sporting event that may be available of one of their two large screens televisions.
There is a large busy bar inside, where customers can sit and have a drink as they wait on a table or indeed if they simply wish to sit and chat with the staff. Additionally, you are welcome to make use of the external seating, if you prefer to eat outdoors.
There are a couple of options available at this trendy restaurant. You have the choice of enjoying their buffet service, where steaks, sausages, pork, ribs, chicken, kebabs and seafood are all cooked by trained and experienced chefs. The buffet tends to be on specific nights, so it is worth checking with the venue, when it is on.
They also have a comprehensive menu. The early risers amongst you can enjoy an American or English style fry up or an omelette, scrambled eggs or one of their many other choices. Do not worry if you sleep in, for they serve their breakfasts all day long.
They bring to you specials every day, which again we suggest checking the board at the venue for the latest offerings.
Customers can begin with a delicious pumpkin, asparagus or French Onion soup or a prawn cocktail or other salad based item.
Their menu covers an excellent range of cuisine with pastas such as penne goulash or spaghetti carbonara amongst the dishes available.
Thai food like pad Thai with pork, stir fried vegetables and many other local favourites are can be ordered from this section, which is good news if you have a Thai partner.
Pork medallions, lamb shank, mixed seafood platter, a succulent duck breast or a salmon steak may be to your preference.
Australian rib-eye steaks, mixed grill, pork ribs and a vast selection of other popular western dishes can be ordered from the King’s Table menu.
And after all that, if you still have room for dessert, they present you with a range of ice creams, fudge brownies, mixed fruits along with one or two other well known sweets to tempt you with.
For those of you who enjoy a beer from the tap, the bar has San Miguel on draught. They have all the local plus imported beers in bottles, which are served ice cold.
Enjoy a glass of red or white wine or a rum, vodka, gin or whisky from the bar. Should you have a notion for something different, you can select one of their delicious cocktails.
They also have teas, coffees, smoothies, shakes, juices and soft drinks from a comprehensive drinks list.
A fabulous setting, where you can partake of a romantic dinner or take the family for a slap up meal.
The food is excellent and very affordable.
Well worth a visit.