Huge, spacious, clean, good Thai food, plenty of parking - WOW - (also can be noisy from the awful bands). As many Thais as foreigners here.
Located about 1 kilometer before the main gate of the hospital (and also on the beach side of the road) if you're coming from the main crossroads in Cha am. In front, from the road there are huge signs in Thai but none in English, although the bottom of the large sign does say "restaurant" in English.
Service is usually OK unless there is a large group. There's always one waitstaff who speaks adequate English although that doesn't always prevent misunderstandings. The prices are reasonable for the setting.
Dishes vary in quality. We've really liked the papaya salad with grilled river prawns (they also do it as papaya salad alone, if you ask), the off-menu gai larb (minced chicken salad in a sour dressing), and the prawns with red curry paste. We used to like their tom ka gai (chicken & coconut soup) and their massaman curry a lot but not since we've had the ones at the Sheraton InAzia.
OK dishes we've tried here: chicken with honey, stir fried chicken with chilli and cashews, steamed fish with chilli and lemon (it isn't as sour as the best ones we've had elsewhere), the stir fried mixed vegetables and the stir fried broccoli (the last two both have a similar taste to the chicken and cashew stir fry).
Disappointing dishes included chicken salad, spare ribs, tempura (a little too oily).
We tend not to have fish here as Yao Seafood is better that way. It's about 3 minutes further down Klong Tien Rd by car - about 150-200 meters before you get to the unsigned road with the large archway that leads to the beach - also no English sign here but with two man-size black statues and lots of figurines in front of it. It's on the beach side of the road and has a large parking lot.
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