Being a tourist here, you will most likely have food cravings other then Thai food at some point sooner or later. The menu reminds you unmistakably on every page that all pasta is fresh and homemade here. Nevertheless, my visit became one out of five attempts to satisfy my cravings for pizza in Thailand. I don't know why, but it doesn't matter if the place is run by locals or western people, if it's a cheapo take away place or a more expensive candle light dinner restaurant, pizza in Thailand is always the same like they'd all come from the same kitchen: A paper thin crumbly and floury 'cookie' with pretty much no crust that makes you look for traces of tomato sauce with a magnifying glass. Almost made me get Thai pizza mafia conspiracy theories... However, we had two opulent, tasty and nicely presented salads that gave me an impression of what the chef here is capable of. Service was super friendly too. Easily good enough for a 4 out of 5 rating and a return to try some homemade pasta.
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