Our opening hours are from 5pm till late “only” and not as shown on the picture.
And yep, we’re open throughout the Songkran holidays, except Tuesdays that is.
Reservations recommended; thank you!
Be aware of the reckless and drunk traffic participants – it is a traffic war out there into which you do not want to get involved. Best is – as shown on the photo – to stay at home.
Second best option is to spend a pleasant evening in Pattaya’s arguably coolest garden restaurant; we’re open daily except Tuesdays as of 5 pm – reservations recommended. No traffic jam in our area guaranteed!
Aficionados of Beer Lao in Pattaya must have realised by now, that there is no Beer Lao available in town – for whatever reason. Hence reason enough for us to wear off our slippers yesterday …….
……. to get this problem fixed. And yes, we were successful and got our new supplies of ເບຍລາວ which looks like this:
For April our Kitchen came up with following hot-weather-delights:
As far as the main course is concerned you’re spoilt for choice – again.
And, as always, if you choose the entire set of starter, one of the two main courses and the dessert then we’ll knock off THB 50 per set. Hardly comes any better! Looking forward to welcoming you in our relaxed ambiance of Pattaya’s arguably nicest Garden Restaurant!
Got “overrun” by two lovely ladies, Khun Kochanop and Khun Chompoonuch, last night at our restaurant.
They visited us after we’ve been actively selling the health water shown in the green bottle. It is naturally carbonated, comes from Slovenia and is only one of two waters classified as “health” water in Europe. This very healthy gift for body and mind is available in half and one litre bottles.
Some people love our food but for one or the other reason cannot enjoy it at the restaurant due to an an upcoming soccer match or a car race.
For those valuable guests we’ve invested in appropriate packaging and hence most of our menu items can be ordered to go. This over-the-counter (or OTC) though does not require medical assistance in form of a prescription.
Fettuccina, Fettuccine, Fettuccini or Fettuccino?
Which ones are correct and and why? Unlike English, not really known for having spelling rules, the Italians have rules with no exception (well, except possibly taxation and politics?).
FettuccinE is it the plural of the feminine noun FettuccinA; latter being the diminutive of Fettuccia which stands for ribbon. As we serve more non-Italian-native-speakers we adopted the (incorrect) English use of Fettuccini. Those pasta ribbons are of Roman origin (unlike the thinner Tagliatelle or wider Pappardelle) and we pride ourselves in making those ourselves. Keeps our kitchen brigade busy during the off hours and our customers happy with top quality! Available nightly except Tuesdays with a variation of fresh made sauces at Ticino Restaurant!
We sometimes present “amuse bouches”, pronounced “aˌmyzˈbuʃs” (mouth amusers) being a single-bite size creation of the kitchen.
This – free – greeting comes with the compliments and the discretion of the Chef. It changes very regularly and is not on our extensive menu; some samples of the creativity of our Chef are shown hereafter and – according to a customer statement – they taste even better than they look!
Today’s question: What’s the (French) slang for “Amuse Bouche”?