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... if you've been brought up on so-called "pizza" in New York, Boston, Chicago and the West Coast USA. Its only redeeming feature is that it's better than Pizza Hut. Euros might have a different op

I like this thread, but I wish people would be a bit more 'geospecific' in explaining where these venues are. (eg. Road, subdistrict (tambon), district, province or, ideally, GPS coordinates. Great

Mali Jang Japanese restaurant, Hat Yai If your after a little more authentic and reasonably priced Japanese food, give this place a try, not far from the bus station on Th. Thung Sao. ( 6°59'43.4"N 1

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I was in the Kanom Beach area and forgot all about Cello Pizza... We headed instead to an up market resort, and the pizza was overpriced, thin, and just ok.

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BEST Pizza in Nakhon Si Thammarat or Hat Yai

Please.. please.. suggestions... Cheers.. happy new years.

To be honest, the best pizza in Hat Yai, is the Pizza Company.

Don't know where you call home, but I've lived in New York, Boston, Chicago and the West Coast...and this place does the best pizzas.

Sides suck...but the pizzas are devine.

Pizza Company?

Next time in Hat Yai, I'll give it a try..

SF bay area..

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In Surat Thani the best restaurant I have found is By Chef, great food and really top service and prices,

Ratbamrung Rd in the city.

Another new one that has opened up near the university is also really great, cheap prices on all the food and drinks, Tam-By, it is fast becoming our regular eating place. Soi Ritthikan, street diagonally opposite the university entrance.

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There is a little noodle shop right on the corner of Kanchanawanit Rd Soi 2 (look for the yellow shop across the street from Lee Wiwat) that has fantastic tom yum kung, probably the best I have ever tasted.

It is part of the Thanathip Apartment complex.

Very reasonable: 40 baht a bowl.

It's pretty hot in the daytime since it is all glassed in and no air, but definitely worth a try.

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There is a nice new restaurant earlier this month on Koh Yor called the Sunset Cafe, run by Englishman John and his wife Wandee.

The place is built out over the water on stilts and is very well appointed, from the decor down to a nice music system.

The extensive menu is both Thai and Western, with pizza, burgers and a lot of other options for people who enjoy western cuisine.

We opted for seafood, ordering pla kapong neung manaow (seabass in lime sauce) and tom yum kung and one seafood pasta dish.

The seafood was super fresh. John has been involved in seabass farming in the area for some time, so the fish are kept in a little pen a short way offshore.

To give some idea of the fish quality it is served boneless by the main chef, who used to work at the Wooden Box.

They have a little outboard motor boat there that they use to get the fish needed and supply delivery service to the many (so-called) homestay establishments a bit further offshore.

For drinks they even have Guiness draft at 100 baht per glass (yes, the brown stuff from Ireland) as well as imported ciders and a high-tech coffee machine.

Our meal, which included two large Leos and a Tiger Beer, came to about 1,400 baht -- quite reasonable given the quality.

This should definitely be a strong option for anyone going on a first date. Nice, chilled atmosphere and gorgeous views over Songkhla Lake.

I think this place is a very nice addition to all the seafood restaurants on Kor Yor and expect it will catch on, since it is the only one offering authenic western-style fare.

To get there, go on route 408 northbound, then get off at the exit across from Koh Yor Public Park. Bear right at the fork, then take your next right along the coast road. It's out over the water and you can't miss it on your left.

The (unofficial) google coordinates are about: 7.179466, 100.541718

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To get there, go on route 408 northbound, then get off at the exit across from Koh Yor Public Park. Bear right at the fork, then take your next right along the coast road. It's out over the water and you can't miss it on your left.

The (unofficial) google coordinates are about: 7.179466, 100.541718

Here you go ...

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I went back there (Sunset Cafe, see Post #55) and tried the pizza.

Out of this world. Not only home-made pizza dough but also homemade Italian sausage, 250 baht.

Enough for our party of two: one adult, one child.

Thick crust and huge chunks of sausage with a variety of different Thaibasco sauces and other condiments to flavor it with.

Very highly recommended.

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Speaking of pizza....I was in Makro last week...they had a reduction on nearly out-of-date mozzarella and wxxxxxwurst sausage (forget exactly what it was).

Mozzarella at 99 baht for 1 kilo block! The wursts were 150 baht per kilo. I grabbed 2 kg of cheese and ikg of wurst because I was not sure of what they would be like......I wish I had taken the lot!

Both cheese for pizza and sausages freeze well, so best-before doesn't really matter.

I make my own pizza dough. I didn't know you could buy them frozen?

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Any one tried samee kitchen ? If you are heading towards hat yai it should be on your right hand side just about 7-8 km before you turn to the first entrance to HY after the floating market ...

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Really nice restaurant. "Sweet Sawi" at the beach about 15 minutes from Sawi. In on the beach and has both Thai and Farang food. A lovely steak and good prices.

Bring your own booze at present. Lots of good reviews on the food, both Thai and Farnang. English spoken.

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