The restaurant is a typical 'Krabi Town' converted-garage style with tables outside in front & a small elongated inside. The large metal shutter (garage) door (down when closed) divides the to areas. The restaurant is on a small soi off the main strip to the center of town. The usual foreigner base is German & Scandinavian with respective food. Thai food to some or greater extent is incorporated into all these Krabi Town restaurants.
My first & last experience - FYI, I'm lactose intolerant and a mixed-race American.
I tried this restaurant wanting to go someplace other than my usual favorite (Viva); a wanted change. First of all, upon entering, I caught some stares & heard sudden whisper talk from the other foreigners. I stayed despite the bad vibe & sat on the opposite side. The foreign owner was on-site which is usually a plus. I spoke with the owner prior to ordering asking about the dairy content in the western dish I was interested in. He assured me he would have the Thai cook not include butter in my food. The food was good, but the butter was still there. 30 minutes later, I got really sick. For Krabi Town & the small food portion, this was definitely over-priced, but no time to complain - I had to leave quick.
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