4 Reviews

First Review by RinaEva

extensive range of 'jay' veggie food - Edit

We've been visiting here for over 15 years whenever we pass through Hat Yai and are always impressed by the extensive range of Thai 'jay' veggie food.

Great value for money, friendly staff and packed very morning with locals which is always a good sign.

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Delicious experience. - Edit

A buffet style eatery with a shop selling vegan products included. It is in the centre of Hat Yai, in a walking distance from the train station.
Nice and clean premises. Very friendly and nice staff.
Food was delicious. And made of a stuff of a very good quality. Still, pretty cheap. A lot of choices.
Open from morning till evening.

Pros: delicious food, many choices, open from morning till evening, not expensive

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Local Thai food, veggie-style - Edit

Easy to find if you're staying in one of the many hotelsnearby, as it's prominently on the corner of Thanon (road) Sangchan & Thanon Sheutit.

There are veg dishes displayed outside - you point at the dishes & it's served on the same plate with white rice. It's not an "all you can eat" style buffet. It's what we in Singapore call "economy mixed rice & veg" or in Malaysia known as "nasi campur" (mixed rice). Tasty Thai street dishes, all meatless of course.

Spice level is regular Thai, which means that many western or untrained tastebuds may find it "hot". Note that it's not toned down like in Bangkok.

For lunch I had rice with yellow curry & 2 dishes for 1 person, see photo. Cost 40 baht, which is SGD or AUD 1.60.

Inside air-conditioned seating, there is a huge display poster on the wall, mostly stir-fry or cooked to order dishes. Written in Thai, anglicised Thai & some Chinese characters, all numbered so you can point. Looked like shareable type dishes for 2 or more persons, I was alone so didn't order them.

Pros: Location, Local food, Airconditioning

Cons: Food bit spicy & salty

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Typical Thai vegan buffet - Edit

They have not too much food in buffet. Everything typical Thai and Chinese, it is means spicy. Water is free.

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