We saw this restaurant advertised, we weren't staying in Lamai but visited it on a Sunday with the intention of eating here but we discovered the market and all the amazing street food on offer so we took advantage of that which was great. Therefore, we decided to go back to Lamai another night to eat at the Patio and we're glad we did. We needed to eat early, 6pm, so it was quiet but that didn't spoil our experience. We were provided with a variety of different breads whilst waiting for the starters which were lovely. We both had different types of spring rolls to start which were nice, it was the main courses that were the best, I had deep fried sea bass with red curry sauce which was just fantastic and my wife had yellow rice with seafood all presented in a pineapple. I had the mille fieulle for dessert which was different to what you'd get in the UK as it wasn't flaky pastry but harder pastry and my wife had their signature dish which is the chocolate soufflé. It was on the more expensive side for a meal in Thailand as you can eat for a variety of ranges of price butt eh quality was excellent. The staff were friendly too and it turned out the waiters wife worked in the hotel we were staying in, spooky!! The restaurant is in a hotel hence the price and it's on the beach so we had a great view whilst enjoying our meal.
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