Wanna’s place restaurant

Restaurant 32/1 Moo 2 | The L Resort, Ao Nang, Krabi Town 81000,Ao Nang, Thailand Published on: 03-07-2016

08:00 AM - 10:30 PM
Restaurant
A-la-carte
13.00 - 23.00 USD

Wanna’s place restaurant is good for

Good for family with kids Family with kids Good
Good for senior Senior Good
Good for couple Couple Good
Good for solo Solo Good
Good for group Group Good
"Wanna's Place" is one of Ao Nang's favorite restaurants amongst locals and visitors since many years. Try the best of local Thai cuisine and International dishes, with a specialty on Swiss food and steaks in an intimate environment.

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Selling points

  • Gourmet thai food
  • Family dinner
  • Juicy Steak
  • Good piece of meat self-done
  • Steak on hot stone!

Facilities

  • Main cuisine Thailand
  • Noise level Normal
  • Budget Medium
  • Alcohol YES
  • Air condition NO
  • Had kid menu YES
  • Accept credit card YES
  • Serve breakfast YES
  • Serve halal NO
  • Serve vegeterian YES
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Duration
6.0 days
Estimated
565.25 USD
Total travel distance
km
Number of places
20 places

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32/1 Moo 2 | The L Resort, Ao Nang, Krabi Town 81000,Ao Nang, Thailand

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Reviews

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Wanna's Place stands out among the numerous F&B establishments on Ao Nang beach for having courteous and efficient staff, delicious Thai and Western fare, a wonderful seaside view at a price that is very reasonable.The Massaman and Green Curries are the standaouts. I have not tasted enough curries to say these are best in Thailand, but I will say that the ones served here are among the best that I've had in Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur and deifinitely Ao Nang. The green curry has all the essential ingredients like turkey berry, eggplant and is thick with just the right amount of spiciness. If you stay at The L Resort, of which Wanna's is the sole F&B establishment, you may be rewarded with one of these curries as part of the breakfast buffet, too! The pad thai was decent, but the bean sprouts were served already mixed with the noodles. I like my pad thai with the sprouts raw and separate, so that I may mix them in to taste. The only thing missing from its Thai repertoire is the mango with sticky rice dessert. Management should seriously look into adding this into the menu!As for western food, Wanna's signature dish is steak served on a sizzling hot plate. The ribeye I had was tender, and my son was also pleased with his tenderloin. The steak is served with several sauces, a side salad and potatoes croquette or au gratin. Delicious, and at THB690, is about the price we would pay in Kuala Lumpur.Wanna's also has a good selection of cheeses, which we partook of during breakfast.The good news for Muslims is that Wanna's is a halal restaurant (except for the alcoholic drinks), and they even display their halal certification from the Thai authorities for their beef (in most cases, beef in Krabi is important from non-halal suppliers, apparently).Wanna's is well worth a visit for a meal if you're in Krabi.

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Eaten here a couple times now and really enjoy the steak, staff has always been really great each time. I'll be eating here again next time in Ao Nang.

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A lot of dishes are proposed into this restaurant in front of the sea. Thai or occidental meals included steack, pasta and asian food with rice. The boss came to us ask asked if the dinner was nice. Everything was perfect

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Wanna's Place stands out among the numerous F&B establishments on Ao Nang beach for having courteous and efficient staff, delicious Thai and Western fare, a wonderful seaside view at a price that is very reasonable. The Massaman and Green Curries are the standaouts. I have not tasted enough curries to say these are best in Thailand, but I will say that the ones served here are among the best that I've had in Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur and deifinitely Ao Nang. The green curry has all the essential ingredients like turkey berry, eggplant and is thick with just the right amount of spiciness. If you stay at The L Resort, of which Wanna's is the sole F&B establishment, you may be rewarded with one of these curries as part of the breakfast buffet, too! The pad thai was decent, but the bean sprouts were served already mixed with the noodles. I like my pad thai with the sprouts raw and separate, so that I may mix them in to taste. The only thing missing from its Thai repertoire is the mango with sticky rice dessert. Management should seriously look into adding this into the menu! As for western food, Wanna's signature dish is steak served on a sizzling hot plate. The ribeye I had was tender, and my son was also pleased with his tenderloin. The steak is served with several sauces, a side salad and potatoes croquette or au gratin. Delicious, and at THB690, is about the price we would pay in Kuala Lumpur. Wanna's also has a good selection of cheeses, which we partook of during breakfast. The good news for Muslims is that Wanna's is a halal restaurant (except for the alcoholic drinks), and they even display their halal certification from the Thai authorities for their beef (in most cases, beef in Krabi is important from non-halal suppliers, apparently). Wanna's is well worth a visit for a meal if you're in Krabi.

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