When you are walking down the street and you see a sign that says "Food by Chef God" ... well you've got to try it right?
Last month I was on Koh Phangan and I ended up eating food from God every night they were open.
I tried everything.
The first night it was a special that included a grilled salmon with a southern Thai curry topped with a sprig of dill. The portion and seasoning were flawlessly executed.
On another night I had a light seared ahi tuna salad that was exactly what I wanted.
On my third visit to Santorini restaurant, I came with a heavy heart. An old friend and one of my favorite chef's on this planet had passed away. I wandered into Chef God's place and ordered exactly the first meal my late friend ever served me; Greek Salad and a braised Lamb Shank. Believe it or not, it actually made me feel better. Talk about comfort food.
What I liked most about this restaurant was the menu is so varied with cuisine as well as portions. Some nights I wanted a light bite like the Chicken Ceasar; other nights the hearty flavors of lamb. I always seemed to find exactly what I wanted.
And, Santorini also features two things you don't always get in a restaurant in Thailand ... cheerful staff and great wines by the glass.
I spoke to the chef briefly and his is an interesting story. One thing is for sure, he isn't located on this little side street on this relatively remote island to get rich. He genuinely loves to make people happy with his food.
Chef God? Sure, why not!
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