After the 10 mins of walking up the hill and negotiating the stairs, you are greated with a lovely view and a nice cold towel. Menu is substantial and while not the cheapest, reasonably priced. Service is cheerful and snappy, but beware some of the staff do not speak Thai. Food is excellent a little on the sweet side for westerners palette, but the freshness of the seafood makes up. Scallops where fresh and perfectly cooked. Fish with black pepper on hot plate was aloy but whan (delicious but sweet)
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