Dream Café Review
While waiting for your meal, feast your eyes on the extraordinary collection of antiques that fills this charming restaurant, which first opened its gnarled doors more than 20 years ago.The rustic tile floor, the glowing teak tables and chairs, and the nooks and crannies packed with fascinating odds and ends—everything from old lamps to fine ceramics—combine in a perfect harmony to endow the Dream Café with a superlative atmosphere. The modified Thai food is not quite up to snuff, however; be sure to tell your waiter you want things spicy, not farang-style, and even then, don't expect much. Behind the restaurant are four rustic but romantic rooms ($), aptly named Cocoon House, set in a fairy-tale garden.
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