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BANGKOK 24 March 2019 20:15
Jai Dee

Good Places To Eat In Krabi

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I just ate my best and biggest burger in Thailand ever - luckily here in Ao Nang!

2 x 150 gr. ground beef inside, it made my day! :-)

Oh, the place is a new red building at the junction to Ao Namao, the name is Reddevils or something like this.

Yes, if I am not mistaken, I believe this is Chef Umberto from Sala Bua/Lo Spuntino's outfit.

Bound to have good food, for sure, looks like an epic burger. That sounds like a good name for an over the top burger "The Epic Burger".

Sounds good. What sort of price out of interest? How about quality and value of the rest of the menu?

As I remember, the spicy burger (1 beef, bacon, cheese inside) was 220 and the double was bit more than 300. All came with french fries and was more than enough. You can not compare these burgers with Burger king's cheap plastic burger. :-)

I saw on the menu different steaks (T-bone, striploin, sirloin, pork chop, chicken and sausages), I will give a try for a steak on this weekend. They have pastas, pizzas and some appetizers as well.

Oi! leave off burger king, nice burgers, lots better than the wet sloppy crap at mcdonalds.

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Best steak in the whole area is definitely at Wanna's Place. Went there for the first time today because I absolutely wanted to eat a good steak. And I got a good one, soft, very tasty, grilled on a hot stone in front of myself...aaaah delicious !!!!

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Best steak in the whole area is definitely at Wanna's Place. Went there for the first time today because I absolutely wanted to eat a good steak. And I got a good one, soft, very tasty, grilled on a hot stone in front of myself...aaaah delicious !!!!

Wanna's Place? I thought that became the L resort with a Brazilian themed restaurant?

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Best steak in the whole area is definitely at Wanna's Place. Went there for the first time today because I absolutely wanted to eat a good steak. And I got a good one, soft, very tasty, grilled on a hot stone in front of myself...aaaah delicious !!!!

Wanna's Place? I thought that became the L resort with a Brazilian themed restaurant?

Spoke with the swiss owner yesterday. That's what it has been for nearly 2 years, a churrasco-concept, but they thought it over and went back to their original concept. And it's tasty !!

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Swiss owner can't know that about his own business it was only the Brazilian place for 6-8 months

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@ Taninthai: You're right concerning the short time it has been a brazilian (churrasco) restaurant. The owner though has remained the same one since 25 years. 2 Years ago, he was just looking for a new concept, rebuilt the place into the "grotto-style" and then soon returned back to his original concept.

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Swiss owner can't know that about his own business it was only the Brazilian place for 6-8 months

And obviously, everyone comes to Thailand to eat overpriced Brazilian Churrasco blink.png thus the crazy success of the place.........

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Some of these reviews remind me of Benidorm - English breakfast six meals a day - yum.

When I finally move to Thailand full time I intend to go on holiday every year to Benidorm - fat heaven! And classy poms.

Yeay!!

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Another vote for Krua Thara on Nopparat Thara beach.

Been going in there for a long time.

Live crabs, mantis shrimp, lobster in tanks upon entry.

Fresh assorted fish normally caught that day in ice coolers near the tanks.

The staff are lovely and they have a pair of Thai dwarf twin sisters, who are both 40 and about 3 feet tall who are really nice and work bloody hard.

I'd recommend the "Tom Yam Kung Nam Sai" which comes to you in an individual-portion steel coal warmer.

Also their "Kung Jup Paeng Tort" or battered fried shrimp is a nice starter and they make a mean "Som Tam"

Conveniently a stone's throw from the beach.

Also, inside they have photos on their wall that show the devastation the tsunami caused to the area.

Hence why the English name for the restaurant is "After Tsunami".

My very favourite place and always busy.

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I've yet to find an Indian restaurant that's even approaching mediocre. They're all over priced with shockingly awful food.

With the significant Indian/Nepali presence in the area I'd have thought there'd be better fare available, but it's not really that surprising as this is common of most tourist destinations I have been to.

If anyone has a really really good Indian, I'd love to know about it.

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Had a good meal in a garden restaurant about 2k out of Krabi town heading North on Th Maharai on the left 20meters past Ma Ha rat soi 28. very nice place with good food and brilliant service.

Does anyone know the name?

The Isaan salad was pet maak maak!

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Dead right McDonald's is awfull

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Had a good meal in a garden restaurant about 2k out of Krabi town heading North on Th Maharai on the left 20meters past Ma Ha rat soi 28. very nice place with good food and brilliant service.

Does anyone know the name?

The Isaan salad was pet maak maak!

It's called RUEN Thai or RUEN Mai, a very old and well established restaurant,been on this site for about 12yrs,previously situated in town across from the river.regarded by many local Thai's as the No 1 restaurant in Krabi.

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