We have been going to Nai Yang for 4 years now and always going back to Hana. Its not the smartest along the strip by far, but it has got soul and beautiful food.
Hana is three sisters, the oldest is now retired with ill health, but there are some younger sisters comming along so the legacy will continue. The English is sometimes a little bit of a struggle but this adds to the charm. They encourage you to bring your own wine and on the one night we forgot the youngest waitress took one of us on the back of her scooter to the supermarket down the road to get some. They provide the cooler and glasses free of charge.
Papya salad is a house speciallity, check what seafood they have on the day, try the tiger prawns.
There is limited shelter if it rains unfortnately, but this is Thailand.
The most touching moment was on our last day when we just passed by to say goodbye and see you again next year. They asked what time we were leaving as they had a present to take home. when we returned later they had gone home to pick a couple of fresh mangos from their back garden for us to take back to England. What a kind thought.
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