Tucked away on the riverbank next door to the fisherman's co-op, this restaurant proved a pleasant discovery. The Canadian host was accommodating and his wife's north eastern Thai cuisine was delicious. We started with money bags and prawn blankets which were fresh and tasty. Mains were seafood curry and basil with minced pork. One of our party is Thai and the opinion was a thumbs up considering one generally finds country NSW Thai to be too sweet and too bland. On a Monday night in peak holiday season we were the only table by 8.30.
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