I ordered a vegan burritto. It wasnt on the menu but the waiter and staff in the kitchen were very accomodating and put it together for me. I absolutely LOVE mexican food and can make a amazing burrito myself when given the right ingredients so this is a tough review. The individual flavours of the food were spot on and delicious. But when you take a tradional chicken/steak burrito and remove the animal products to turn it vegan you're not eating a 'vegan' burrito, ur simply eating a vegan burrito. And this one was dry. Too much rice gave a dry texture and not enough beans or vegies to give more flavour or moisture. And no pico de gallo or guac. I think overall they did a ok job and i would come back but requrest little rice/more beans vegies to try to give it more moisture. And I agree with the previous review. Nothing on the menu says anything about veg/vegan. Would be nice if they offered it as a choice as its a turn off on a menu to not see that available in todays market. Unfortunetly Khao Lak leaves something to be desired for veg/vegan options.
Cons: Menu does not offer veg/vegan main dishes