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All reviews thai and european food chicken french fries prawns bang saray beautiful sunset wide variety of food nice location fast service delicious food well worth a visit bbq beach bay thailand beers road
Sea facing restaurant directly across from the beach and sea. Services very good seafood, recommend the soft-shell crabs, price is acceptable and food is well cooked. Parking onsite, staff are friendly
Was here in Feb, and the place is perfect, the views are amazing, the food is beautiful, and the prices are to match....anywhere else in the world this is a £80 per person restaurant just for the location alone! When in reality it’s £10 per...person for meal and a couple of beers. It’s our fave place in the world, we will be back! Merv the owner goes out of his way to make people feel welcome and it’s a nice touch!More
Date of visit: February 2020
U8095LWalanh, General Manager at The Beach Restaurant, responded to this reviewResponded September 30, 2020
Thank you for your fantastic review, we really appreciate it and hope to welcome you back soon.
The restaurant is close to the sea, though separated from it by the road. At night you have a view on Pattaya lights across the bay (ofc at day you can see Pattaya, too. Just different ambient.)
The western menu is quite small because e.g....BBQ is only available Friday and Saturday evening, then other menus are not available. The hot stone platter is available only during high season (that is winter time in Thailand).
So i had BBQ rips with a not very spicy sauce. I liked them and there were enough french fries (compared to some places where u get a number of sticks you can count on a hand).
My friend had some spicy seafood (forgot the English name) which he said was ok.More
Great location on the beach otherwise just ok. No Thai Fish cakes despite being on the menu, Yam Talay was all glass noodles and very little seafood. The Mussaman Ghai had to very large pieces of chicken which tasted "odd". Thai's never serve huge pieces...of chicken in food. The next day I felt ill which we put down to the off chicken.More