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Why Tanta restaurant is special ?
- Amazing food and service
- Great food and lovely setting
- Excellent selection for Thai traditional food
- Vast international menu, surprisingly good Thai
- Authentic Thai food in resonable price
- Main cuisine Speciality
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Medium
- Alcohol YES
- Air condition YES
- Had kid menu YES
- Accept credit card YES
- Serve breakfast YES
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian YES
We were really surprised at ratings as the food we had was amongst the best during holiday. We had green curry and chicken and cashew nuts which were amazing.Prices really good also so try it. We are going back for pizza as they looked fab.
It's a busy restaurant so it can't all be bad.We had no problem with the service except when we asked for the bill but that's not unusual.There's plenty of choice on the menu but we stuck to Thai food. We started with deep fried prawns. 8 for £3 (150 bahts) . Best value we've had so far. My husband had pineapple fried rice with chicken while I had the same with prawns. Very tasty. We drank water. Total bill was 590 bahts, about 12£.Worth a try.
The service is a bit iffy and the massive international menu off-putting. Having said that, I am happy to rate this place highly simply because of the chilli salted garlic baked giant prawns. They were absolutely fantastic and highly recommended. Overall, probably quite average, but these propped it up, at least on our visit.
Liked the overall Thai menu. Tried a few dishes and they proved to be worth the money spent. Liked the food that much that we went back a few more times to dine at different times of the day. Especially liked the iced coffee to but forgot to find out if it was local Thai coffee or just plain Nescafe instant coffee.
This is certainly the best tradional thai food in Ao Nang. Best place to try all flavous of local thai dishes