The place was a bit dark, no music and some of the lanterns outside were broken, together with no candles on a few tables it was a bit dark. But we felt like a spicy dish so we sat down. The waiter was very welcoming and explained the menu.
We had the chicken dumplings as a starter, very tasty. All the right spices. Main course the shrimp with thay spices and dorade with almonds. Also very tasty and fresh, ginger, lemon grass, the right spices.
Could not resist the chocolate cake. All very good.
But the price is similar to an European restaurant, and that is a bit much for when you go out for dinner almost every night. We did not pick all inclusive, so you have to go out for dinner every night and this is a bit too much.
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