Very good inexpensive food, with fast service
Posted on 10 / 29 / 2010
We ate here for dinner tonight. First time eating at a vegetarian restaurant in Thailand. They had a large menu with pictures of almost all the dishes so that was helpful and it's in English. Most of the food is around 50 bahts so fairly inexpensive.
We ordered the Tom Yum soup, Papaya salad, Pumpkin hummus and Massaman curry.
All were very good, so much that we want to take one of their cooking classes this week to learn how to make thai flavors for vegan and raw dishes. The coconut rice with mango and banana is good too, I have to say I like the banana more I'm glad they add it because I keep ordering the Khao Nau with mango and its ok but it's not mango season right now.
It's a small restaurant and we drove past it the first time, but it's in between the hair salon and massage studio that are beside the Sumit hotel. I tried the phone number listed but it didn't seem to work.
We'll definitely be back and the chef was very friendly and was telling us all about their cooking classes. You learn 10 dishes with the recipes for about $40 US each. Not bad.
Updated from previous review on Tuesday October 26, 2010
We just took the 1/2 day vegan cooking class with Mai's sister and it was really fun. There was only my husband and I so we got a private class and ended up making 10 dishes. It was very simple and fun. Do not eat before hand you will be so stuffed from having a huge lunch of all the meals you make. I really love their recipes, so much better than A Taste From Heaven, these are family recipes and very tasty. They even show you how to make their family pumpkin hummus recipe which is delicious!
inexpensive, tasty and fresh, fast
small restaurant, can hear cars on street