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After reading about this restaurant on TA we decided to dine here last night.We arrived at 6pm and where greeted by two very friendly waitresses at the entrance to the property. The restaurant is about 100 metres past the Cicada market site on the opposite side of the road. We decided to sit outside in a smashing little courtyard. No sooner had we sat down the owner Ian came out to introduce himself and run through his specials with us. We both had the spicy larb moo balls as a starter, I cant begin to tell you how good they were.I had a 300gm Ribeye served with duck fat fried chips,asparagus and a red wine sauce , all Cooked perfectly. My wife had a prawn and pineapple fried rice, she said it was amazing.I still had little room left so went for a sticky toffee pudding with ice cream for dessert. I had two pints of Thatchers gold and my wife had a Mai Tai. Total bill was 2300 but. Would not hesitate to come back again as Ian has set a very high standard.
Just unpacked at our home for the next 8 days. It's on the main Petchakasem rd In the Baan Klang complex. £21 a night and worth every penny of it.There is nothing the host hasn't thought of to make his guests stay enjoyable. He came to pick us up from the ferry.There are soft drinks, beers and water in the fridge a bowl of fresh fruit,crisps a nd nuts all gratis.
If your in Hua Hin and looking for somewhere to go for a light snack or coffee and cake, this café is inhabited with about a dozen Inu`s free to roam about and be petted. The Thai food on offer looked very nice and well presented but we were not really hungry and settled for an ice cream and drink. It is in a residential street and is based in a courtyard in front of the house.You are required to wash your hands and walk through a disinfectant wash when entering. https://www.facebook.com/inucafehuahin/?fb_dtsg_ag=AdzBuYNprAyezqB4iLvbZH4rahHGHcVzinVIgFxSESmI6A%3AAdyIDoLmDFhVUVxMOpRmjHex7oyMAFTT6tHc-DAP7yfpXA