...but I had really bad diarrhea after eating there. What they call a "beautiful location" on their website, is actually not. I mean, the temple itself and surroundings are beautiful, but Pun Pun is located on the back of an average thai-style building. There is nothing around except many mosquitoes and one big tree, so bring your repellent if you decide to dine here. Tables are very small, chair are very old, unstable and uncomfortable. Sitting on mine I felt like it was going to fall apart any second. Overall, it looks more like street food place than restaurant. Prices are very budget-friendly, portions are generous, staff very nice and food was delicious, but still...I would come back if it wasn't for diarrhea. I'm sure nothing else could cause it as I haven't had any food for almost 24h before eating at Pun Pun, and nothing after the meal there, also didn't have any dodgy drinks before or after. It's a shame, because at first it looked like a very nice place. Maybe they just need to improve hygiene standards, wear plastic gloves, wash hands more frequently, store food properly, etc.