We found this place tucked well away from the hussle and bussle of the strip a few years ago and were please to see it was still there this year. Over the last week we have had a few disappointing but reasonably priced meals, some quite good, but wanted somewhere atmospheric for the last night with our daughter before she went back to her home in Thailand.
Now I know everyone goes on about it being pricey but taking the experience as a whole, it did not break the bank, was set in a charming quiet backstreet surrounded by greenery and monks bedding down for the night all around, and produced a change from the usual fried rice plus xxx and pad Thai. The chicken in lemongrass was a first for us, though the 'spicy' fried fish was a trifle unspicy but nicely presented.
I don't know what happened to the musical entertainment (there was none) but overall it was a pleasant evening, the service unrushed and the cycle back to our hotel refreshing in the cool evening air after 90 degree heat during the day.
Give it a try and consider what it would have cost you back home, not how many kip you spent.
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