A large semi open air restaurant near the Temples, and very handy for our hotel. We ate here twice during our holiday. Its got a big car park and was quite busy first time we went there. The service was great, very welcoming.
Dont let them fool you into sharing the mussel plate with others - my wife and sin were quite disgruntled at the size of the plate they had to share.
Good pizzas, also sea food pastas. The Risotto with prawn was superb fist visit, but not as good second visit. Oddly they were much busier first time we went .
Overall we would suggest this is a great place with a good variation of dishes for a family after a day walking around the temples, or for a change if dining at somewhere such as the Hotel Kaos where we stayed.
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