As others have written, this restaurant is in a charming garden setting. It's about 250 meters south of the Narathip Rd (AKA Chicken Street), up a small gravel lane just off the Cha am Beach Rd.
This 50-seater filled up quickly and was almost full by 7pm with longish waits for food thereafter.
Customers were mostly Western Europeans and a surprisingly large number of tables occupied by couples were composed of sick old farang men accompanied by much younger Thai female 'carers'.
Service was at first perfunctory and smile-free. Our first cokes were coldish but later ones were lukewarm, without an offer of ice.
As it got busy, service became brusque and - surprisingly for Thais - all staff appeared to have had a humor bypass - until the time came to pay the bill, when we suddenly got smiles and even an attempt at conversation.
All dishes had sauces, dressings and broths that were pleasingly delicate with a clean, clear flavor. Chicken in all the chicken dishes were unusually tender.
This is our first visit. If the food remains consistently above average - even though it did not really leave a memorably pleasant taste in the mouth afterwards - we will continue going back despite the service.
However, we consider it to be a second-tier eatery (both for taste and for ambiance although of course much cheaper), rather than one of those on the top of our shortlist - such as the Dusit and the Sheraton.
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