Good Life Health and Herb

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Moo 3 T. Wiang Tai (at next door to The Witching Well), Pai, Thailand, 51830

Serves meat, vegan options available. Serving Thai food and Western fare. Has baguettes, salads, juices, smoothies, brown rice, and large selection of specialist teas. Home grown wheat grass shots. Distinct exterior cover by image of wheat grass plants. Has Wi-Fi.

Category: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Thai, Western, Juice bar, Beer/Wine, Non-veg

Reviews (7)

First Review by kool_kitchen

good atmosphere, good food - Edit

On my way to witching well I saw this restaurant and decided to try it. It's possible to sit outside, but I saw a nice spot inside. I ordered the pad thai and samosa.
Pad thai was not the best I ever had, but still good and not oily at all. Samosa on the other hand was definitely the best I had! They were not expensive. I think the samosa was 45 baht and the Pad Thai.. I can't remember, but definitely under 90.

Pros: low oil, nice atmosphere, not expensive

Cons: pad thai could be better, more peanutty

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We keep going back.... - Edit

We love this little place! Great cosy family atmosphere, very friendly staff, seats outside, inside and in the little 'snug'. First time we visited we had massaman curry with tofu and a red thai curry with tofu. Both were delicious, so full of flavour and they make it as spicy or mild as you want. Although they do serve meat and fish dishes, the staff are well versed in vegetarian vs vegan and the menu states that you should say if you don't want fish sauce/oyster sauce or sugar. We have tried several other dishes now, but our favourite is still the massaman curry. Oh, and the coconut and banana shakes are DIVINE. We asked if they could add a little fresh ginger - they could, they said, no problem- and it was even better. They also sell kombucha, various teas and coffee and have books for sale, rent or exchange. Prices are reasonable for Pai and a bonus is that they open at night, which many of the veg/vegan places don't - why? We've tried a couple of other places in Pai, but keep returning to Good Life, as nowhere else fit the bill.

Pros: Very tasty food and shakes, Friendly, welcoming staff, Great ambience

Cons: None

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So-so - Edit

Very friendly staff and possible to veganise some dishes, e.g. replacing yogurt for soy milk in the breakfast bowl. That bowl was kind of average though - muesli was very weirdly cornflake heavy. Maybe the other meals are better, but I wasn't that impressed with this place.

Pros: good cafe, Nice interior and outside seating

Cons: weird muesli, smoky if people outside are smoking as all open

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ok place - Edit

offers soy milk in dishes, so it's one of the fewer that offers some option at least for breakfast, like eg porridge. has quite a lot of vegan dishes available. price is ok, a little too much. we ordered rice with vegetables which was nothing special at all, we were a little disappointed.
the best part about it is that you order via writing it on a piece of paper so you can write down all your special wishes like eg no fish sauce, no chili, no sugar, no oil etc. without having to explan it haha otherwise it's ok to try out, maybe the curries are better I don't know (:

Pros: nice ambiente, ordering via writing it on a piece of pa, quite a few vegan options, offers soy mi

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Popular place - Edit

The place is super popular with Russian-speaking clientele due to the friendly owner Kostya. The food is so-so, the prices are a bit on a high side, the place can be cleaner, but the atmosphere attracts many and many people. The choice is amazing, lots of teas and healthy products, wheatgrass juice, tasty varied kombucha. You must visit it at least for drinks. I'd say, eat somewhere else.

Pros: Good choice, Beautiful drinks, Lots of products for sale

Cons: Dirty, Toilet, Food is nothing special

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Cute but not exceptional - Edit

I ordered a spicy Thai tofu salad which was a bit strong even for me (and I enjoy my spice!)...yet still enjoyable and full of tofu. The stir fry I ordered was rather bland and unimpressive. Some friends told me they serve a great breakfast? Also lots of wheatgrass if you're into that. The ambiance is very cute with many of the "chairs" around the tables being swings which I thought was a nice touch. However, they charge for wifi whereas most cafes and restaurants are free and they also charge 30 baht to do a book exchange. That's the first time I've seen that one. Honestly, not terribly impressed. Witching Well and Rawsome are far better at comparably priced.

Pros: Cute ambiance, Fresh wheatgrass

Cons: Food is nothing special, Charge for Internet and book exchange, Just another place

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Standard fare - Edit

Nice comfy place to sit with a large browse/exchange library. Serves a wide variety of teas and decent bagels. The rest of the food is nothing to write home about.

Pros: Comfy, Big library, Friendly

Cons: Average food

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