This little hole in the wall cafe is on the touristy eat strip of Hua Hin and you can have a satisfying meal for around $10 per head with a beer included, even less if you don't have much of an appetite.
We visited in July 2013, a relatively quiet tourist period for this town so not too many people wandering around.
We arrived at Na Na place around 6.30 pm and were quickly seated and menus given to us by a smiling waiter. there were only a few people in the place at this time but it started to fill up in the next half hour or so.
We started off with a heinken beer at 110 baht.
For food we choose stir fried pork with ginger @100 bt and some steamed rice @ 15 bt per person. the pork was good and a largish serve. Plenty of flavour with the ginger dominating the dish which had plenty of mushrooms, shallots sliced onion and capsicum. It was a good dish.7/10
We tried a fried morning glory (water spinach), a bit of a favourite if done well and this one was.It was fried with green beans and garlic and was a good serve, a little bit spicy. 8/10 and at 70 bt fair value.
The beef with garlic flakes and black pepper was far too dry which was really disappointing as this could have been a highlight dish, although the flavours were good. It was a good sized serve.4/10 and unfortunately, the poorest dish of the night.
We also tried a chicken with vegetables. However this was too sweet , probably too much palm sugar other than the too sweet taste, it had good flavours. 6/10
They served us a complimentary desert with slices of ripe watermelon and pineapple - a nice thought.
This little place can hold around 30-50 people , fairly tightly packed and as you are on a long table its easy to talk to your neighbour who is only a shoulder away. Most seem to want to have a chat. You can't really have a personal conversation here or if you do most of the diners around you can listen in .
Overall we thought the service was good, the place is clean, the meals generally reasonable quality and probably not as much spice as we would have liked. So, if you like spicy Thai food tell them at the start otherwise you will end up with a westernised version of the Thai dish.
Certainly worth coming back to and its hard to beat the prices.
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