We were in this restaurant twice, at the end of 2012. The dinner was ok but nothing special, we ordered Thai food.
A big disappointment was a try to have an European breakfast there. First of all, the waiter does not know the word ‘porridge’ at all. We travel with a baby, there was nothing we could feed her with. They could offer us only an omelet with beacon. No bakery, no pancakes. I ordered walnuts with honey for a dessert. What we got was a thai-style omelet with slim slices of beacon, and a spoon of honey with five pieces of walnuts. But the main disappointment was the coffee. Before ordering we asked the waiter if they have coffee machine and make coffee from beans. They assured us that they did. Apparently, they have a coffee machine, but they do not use it at all, the man who makes the coffee just sits in front of that machine and pours a ‘3 in one’ instant coffee! When we asked again, the waiter swore that it was a real coffee made of coffee beans! Then the staff including the owner quickly disappeared, leaving only a young Thai waitress who did not understand what was happening at all and just brought us a bill that was very high for such an awful breakfast (For example, ‘3 in 1’ coffee was 80 baht).
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