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I have been here twice, my visits were spread out over several months and I didn’t realize it at the time but I ended up ordering the same thing twice, I guess that there is something about the Toulouse Sausage that calls me to it....More
Having had breakfast here a few times on recent visits we thought we'd try dinner , i had the special which was a "woodcutter pork steak with fried potatoes and salad very nice and very filling , my wife had thai seafood salad and yellow...More
For french people, that's the place to be, to be sure to have real french products. Frm snails to Bourguignon, from duck rillettes to shallots bavette, everything will satisfy your palate. Like a french brasserie in the middle of Thailand. Not too much posh hopefully...More
Based on previous reviews we had high expectations - there was no ambience - duck was fatty and tough and beef was very average. For Thailand high prices were not reflected by quality. The French influence only went to the extent that the menu was...More
Date of visit: March 2016
vincent m, Propriétaire at In&Out, responded to this reviewResponded April 7, 2016
i am not sure that you have eat something in my restaurant,a lot of customers are coming only for the very tasty beef CHAROLAIS, and about the duck could you said witch part and how is it cooking????
if you don`t answer me ,every body...More
Fantastic french food in a cozy atmosphere, probably the best wine
Cellar in HH.
The Boss Vincent will receve you like a friend.
Resume: good food, good wines, good atmosphere, low prices. warmly
Nice place, next to a German restaurant.
A bit difficult do find (look for Chez Vincent) - go west from the main road, direction towards the train station, turn right. Less than 100 m, on the right hand side.
Offers French, as well as Italian...More
Often stop and have breakfast or an afternoon coffee and sandwich at this pleasant friendly eatery in Soi Sasong in Hua Hin. It operates as a small French expatriate meeting point presided over by the jolly French chef. Food is tasty and service is always...More