Chanya picked out a wonderful little restaurant out along the nowhere near our house to spend the first day of the Songkran holidays. If only these places could get the exposure, they would really be a hit with travellers. I really can’t believe the great job they have done building an oasis in the middle of suburbia.
Obviously, with the number of people eating here for lunch, they must be getting some referral trade from the locals as it was quite busy. The food and the service were done in typical Thai efficiency and I would certainly recommend this place for anyone. I think the only negative was that the menu was in Thai only and you’d need to pick your meal from pictures or take your special Thai partner with you.