Serves meat, veg options available. Simple restaurant offering fresh food on a main street. Has pictures of dishes on the wall. One menu page with around 15 dishes is dedicated to vegetarian Thai food with each dish from 60 to 85 bhat. The cook/owner speaks English. Price: Inexpensive more-less
Vegan-friendly, Ovo, Western, Thai, Non-veg


First Review by EcoWarrior
  • mostly-vegetarian

Great variety, cheap and tasty

4 Posted on 05 / 21 / 2014

After finally finding this place by accident a day after trying initially (either I'm bad with maps or the map is wrong) we have eaten there 6 times already for breakfasts, lunches and dinners. Still loads we haven't tried and its tasty and cheap. The fruit drinks are fresh, try the papaya and orange - it's amazing. They also use real cheese here, not the plastic version, so the Tofu and cheese burger (on Ciabatta) was yummy. It is located near the night market by the old ferry dock. If looking up the hill (before the elephant round-a-bout), instead of turning left to go to the ferry, turn right and it is up that street on your left. Lovely ladies that speak decent English, and a jolly fat cat who likes scooter baskets. Enjoy!

Pros: Cheap, Lots of Variety, tasty
Sue P
Sue P
  • vegetarian

Friendly staff and freshly cooked food

4 Posted on 04 / 01 / 2014

My daughter and I ate here x 2. Nice atmosphere and tasty food. They had quite an extensive vegetarian and vegan menu.
I had a really tasty curry with coconut sauce and rice one night and a great green Thai curry the next night.
This was the best restaurant we found in Krabi for eating in the evening. The women running the restaurant are really helpful and friendly.

Pros: tasty food, not too expensive
Cons: fans fairly ineffective
  • fruititarian

typical tourist restaurant

3 Posted on 03 / 03 / 2014

Nothing special. Typical tourist restaurant with typical menue and prices. You can also go to the neighbor restaurants (maybe you have to ask for vegan and you will get what you want). All the same menue, taste and prices.

Pros: vegan option available, english speaking staff
Cons: nothing special

  • vegan

Good food good price

4 Posted on 12 / 10 / 2013

Very good phad thai! Also the mixed fruit shake is really good. Prices were around 2 dollars for mains. The lady who runs it was nice enough, although seemed to get offended when I wanted to make sure the phad thai came without egg as I am vegan. Her English was very good though.

Pros: Cheap, Good food, Good selection
  • raw

Been coming here for years..

4 Posted on 04 / 24 / 2013

Nice little owner operated restaurant. She has a great command of Thai curry and English.

Pros: friendly service, great taste
Cons: serves meat
  • vegan

My favorite restaurant in Krabi

4 Posted on 03 / 17 / 2013

From my partial knowledge of Krabi's restaurants this is the best value for money:
The food is 100% fresh and cooked on order, tasty (try the fried rice with cashew nuts and pineapple), most dishes (if not all) on the 'vegetarian' menu page are vegan, the owner is always smiling, and she understands English well so you are welcome to ask details on recipes and ask for special meal.

There's also veg western food (pasta, french fries...), yet relatively expensive. Anyway there's no reason ppl wouldn't have Thai food in Thailand!

Pros: Excellent food, Service, Vegetarian menu is (practically) vegan
Cons: Not spicy (or authentic) enough, Rather small portions, Could have dishes starting from THB 50


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Last updated: 2013/03/16


Added: 2013/03/16


Added by: EcoWarrior