The restaurant's name, Kallots, is a play on words "Carrots" as most Asians can not pronounce the letter "R". That is where the play stops.
The menu is extensive, easy to read in both Thai and English. This restaurant goes out of their way to ensure that you are getting what you have ordered even to the extent that they ask you to point to the dish to avoid mistakes. From really scrummy breakfasts, main meals of pork and chicken with vegetables, to flavoursome Thai dishes, there is something for everyone. Maybe a hot freshly baked baguette with German ham, real cheese and salad, or a full Monty eggs breakfast? The meals are priced on the budget side, but the food is first class. Coffee served in a plunger jug and many different smoothies are available. The service is happy and friendly. This is one of my favourite places to eat, as I can mull through the latest edition newspapers, or take advantage of the free WiFi.