coals’ or – if American – meat smothered in barbecue sauce. Indeed, this is what put us off at first. We only ended up here in desperation, having walked out of somewhere else where the service was none existent.
Here, however, is something else entirely – offering a fun experience and fresh food all for a good-value set price. And such a welcome change from the standard Thai menu, great though that can be.
To your table comes an Asian barbecue pot – charcoal heated with a metal dome on top where you cook your meat and fish. And a ‘moat’ of water round the edge in which you cook your veggies. First-timers, which is what we were, get a guided tour and a helping hand, as they make their own choice from the vast buffet on offer.
Soon there were prawns and veg simmering in the moat. And a selection of meats cooking nicely on top. With seasonings on hand to taste. It was fun, different and were we’d go again if ever we went back to Rawai.
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