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ThaiThai Kitchen on Soi 15 Near Soi Buakhao

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ThaiThai Kitchen is another inexpensive Thai restaurant in central Pattaya.  It's located on Soi 15 behind The Avenue shopping plaza, close to the intersection with Soi Buakhao.

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Last night I had the red pork with rice (80 baht) and a bottle of water (20 baht). 

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It came with half a boiled egg and a tiny bowl of really good broth.

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It's a simple dish, but done well at ThaiThai Kitchen.  The portion of pork wasn't large, though.

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Most of the items on the extensive menu are between 60 and 100 baht.  There are four farang dishes: French fries, cheese balls, fried chicken breast with fries and fish and chips, with the last two the most expensive on the menu at 139 baht.

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ThaiThai Kitchen is popular with Thai girls because of its numerous som tam items.  The menu details below are from TTK's Facebook page.

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The staff is very friendly and both Thais and foreigners are make to feel welcome.  The waitress asked me to take her picture.

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Bottom line: ThaiThai Kitchen is one more cheap and cheerful restaurant in the best sense of the phrase.  The inexpensive food is good and it's clean, comfortable and well-lit.  What more can you ask?

The restaurant is open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., with free delivery between 11 a.m. and 9 p.m.

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Had a lovely bowl of Tom Yam Hai in here last May.


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Had a lovely bowl of Tom Yam Gai in here last May.


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Ate there many times last trip. Good food and pleasant, clean surroundings.

Not as cheap as the stalls that were under the Avenue,  now on the 2nd floor I believe, and the portions smaller, but good all the same.

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3 hours ago, Rompho Ray said:

Looks good, but I could eat 3 of those red pork things for an appetizer.

I don't eat many bigger meals in hot climates,lose my appetite.So smaller portions suit me.

Probably have a big meal about once every two or three days.

Back here i can eat for England lol.

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2 hours ago, galenkia said:

I don't eat many bigger meals in hot climates,lose my appetite.So smaller portions suit me.

I WISH all I had to do to eat less was to travel to a warm climate!  banghead.gif

 

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I don't eat many bigger meals in hot climates,lose my appetite.So smaller portions suit me.


Same-same for me. Big meals, whether Thai or farang, make me sleepy in Pattaya's warm climate. I feel like I have to lie down and rest, which isn't always convenient or appropriate.

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