The name of this waterfront restaurant is an homage to its sweeping view of the Ping River, which, along with the food and live music, attracts a big nightly crowd. It's no place for a quiet evening—partying Thais tend to occupy the maze of tables. Stick to the excellent Thai menu rather than settling for the rather indifferent Western cuisine—the pad thai and grilled perch are particularly recommended.
Apr 7, 2010
We had one of our favorite meals of our entire trip at this great place right on the Ping River. It's got a great view :) and live music. This place was packed, and not only with tourists. The food was absolutely delicious and you cannot beat the price. I highly recommend at least one meal here.