This was our 3rd visit in 2 years and the first meal we had when we arrived at Hua Hin. Located at the traffic junction directly opposite the night market, its conveniently located. All the tables were occupied when we arrived at 7.30pm and the owner son has the uncanny sense of when you arrive and put you on the queue. The restaurant is very much a local coffee shop with tables spilling onto the pavement next to the traffic junction. It offers Thai Chinese food at reasonable price. Not to be missed is the fried fish in garlic and pepper that goes perfectly with a bottle of Singha beer. The kitchen is in full view of the diners and surprisingly the cooks all looked young to be able to cook so well.