You’re not looking at Thailand’s cheapest burger restaurant, but let’s keep in mind here that Koh Lipe, being a small island in the very south of Thailand, is generally a bit more expensive.
So, starting from 300 baht you get a pretty decent burger; in fact, it clocks in among the best I’ve had in Thailand.
The meat is well seasoned and flavorful, fresh lettuce and onion, the cheese tastes like it should and the bun, even though I was skeptical about the fairly soft dough, hold everything together neatly. No greasy mess at all, everything was kept in place very well(and colour me surprised here!).
I’ve had a lot of French fries in Thailand, and I’ve been disappointed by the majority of them so far. I don’t know what it is, but a lot of times you get half-finished, soggy fries that don’t taste of anything else but salt and despair until you drown them in brown sauce or ketchup.
Here, you guessed it, the fries were good. Very good actually. Crispy, nice texture inside with a good taste and a light paprika Flavour to boot.
The atmosphere of the cosy restaurant in a side-road off walking street is rustic and modern, it reminds you of all those hip, zeitgeisty Cafés which seem to jump out of the ground in bigger western metropolis like they provided carbon-dioxide filtration systems to the inhabitants. In other words: it’s good.
I’d eat here again after a good day of diving.
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