We stayed only one night at Phuket and found this restaurant by walking the street in the evening. It was the decor and a live singer that attracted us to enter the restaurant.
The restaurant is a few steps above the street, and is open air. We were welcomed and had a nice cosy corner to dine. The food was really lovely and not pricy at all. And we were surprised that they had a full chart of Belgian beers. I did try a Thai beer instead as it was our first night in Thailand, and I have plenty of choice to drink those in my home country, but it wondered me after traveling that long that I kinda felt like home.