Discover the best restaurant in Lop Buri, Thailand including Maad Mee, Bua Luang Restaurant, Zon Cafe, Wake Cup Cafe @Lopburi, Budsi's Place, Phadthaiburi, Nomburi, Scala, Paebanrimnam Restaurant, Tasala Bar & Bistro
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5 based on 8 reviews
It is a delicious! Try it and you will know What am I talking about! Foods are well prepared and clean.
4.5 based on 17 reviews
We chose to go to Bua Luang based on the recommendations in TripAdvisor and other on-line rating agencies.
At first glance it is easy to see why Bua Luang rates so highly. It is an elegant building, set in meticulously manicured tropical Gardens with many water features. There is a choice of dining inside or in the Gardens in gazebos or al fresco. The waiters are immaculately turned out in razor-creased black trousers, starched white shirts and black ties. Even their shoes were polished, I noticed.
But at the end I was disappointed because the food was anodyne. Don't get me wrong. There was nothing amiss with anything we ordered.
It was just that in such a special setting I had imagined that the food would be a little above the pedestrian. But it wasn't. Each dish we ordered we could have enjoyed at equal quality, and at a lesser price, at any Thai restaurant that knows the basics.
We had deep fried salted sea bass, braised pork spare ribs, chili paste with vegetables, stir fried mixed vegetables and rice.
With one bottle of beer and three soft drinks the bill was Baht 1,100, before tip.
I am sorry, but I cannot award five stars to Bua Luang because in the end it is the food that is the final arbiter.
4.5 based on 12 reviews
To tell the truth, I never really came here for a coffee, but more for lunch or diner. The food is clean and good and you have a wide choice, from foreign cuisine to Thai food.
In addition, if you have time, you may pick oone of teir book and read it or eventually use their puzzle games.
All in all a nice place to eat and chill, and definitely one of my favorite place to eat thai food.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
Average. If you are in the area give it a try. It beats 3 in 1! the young couple running it seem nice.
5 based on 20 reviews
Run by the friendly Budsaba, this restaurant offers traditional Thai food at local prices."Taco Tuesdays" are particularly popular and there are barbecue skewers every Friday night. Laid back and a good spot to meet local expats and find out more about the area. On the same street as Noom's Guesthouse.
After Reading about the infamous Taco Tuesday's craic in Budsi's, my friend and I were delighted we'd be in Lop Buri on a Tuesday. So along we went and ordered our tacos and waited in anticipation for a decent western meal. The owner had informed us that it only happened once a week as ingredients were expensive and we started to worry that our serving wouldn't be very big or that we'd only get 1 taco. Unfortunately we were right, out came a very small 'taco', to me it was more a fajita than a taco. It had a little bit of minced meat and a heap of Cheddar cheese, we rolled it up and ate it, it was tasty but we definitely didn't feel very satisfied and we were somewhat grateful we had ordered some chips too. The 'meal' came to 200B between us, which mightn't seem like much but that's a nights accommodation when you're backpacking. Personally I think the night market food is much tastier and better value. We went and got a banana crepe for 25B and felt a lot more satisfied.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
Very inventive, all kinds of "Pud-Thai": Pudthai- buri, a seafood Pud-Thai with big NZ mussles, squids, and shrimp; Pudthai-Poo, with crab meat; and other toppings up to you. Get crowded from 11.30 a.m. So u should go early or make a reservation. Also other extensive range of Pud-Thai and others, as well as food. All Pud-Thai is served with raw mango and other condiments. No parking in front of the restaurant as it on the corner of intersection, just opposite to the old city wall.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
4 based on 3 reviews
Good beer. Poor Isaan style food (menu in Thai). Live loud Thai pop music. Nice outdoor modern Thailand atmosphere.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
This is really a floating restaurant on the raft on Lop Buri River. Beautiful setting of trees and a few local house. I came here on Monday night between 7-9 pm. There were customer 7 tables all together on the big raft, so it was very pleasant and comfi as it was not crowed. You can really relax among the nature over look the serene Lop Buri River. The recommended menu is Pla-Chon- Mung -Ming, a deep fried Snakehead (fish) served with papaya salad. But I did not order it because I just have had same kind of dish at lunch today. So I switch to Spicy deep fried Giant Gouramy instead. For soup we had Tom- klong Pla Kung, kind of Tomyum but more spicy such as Kuffir leaf, Shallot, Gallants were added; and Pla Kung is local variety of Catfish which considered to be gourmet dish. Lastly we I ordered Nam-pri_ Long-rue, Thai style chilies paste come with a set of broiled vegetables and 2 steamed rice. It cost us 700 baht or $US 20 for 2 persons with 3 dishes. Recommended. But you have to have your own transportation as the restaurant is hide in a small lane a bit distance from main road which has no public transportation. Parking space available for around 8-10 cars.
4 based on 2 reviews
Arrived 6pm so a few beers were on Happy hour we tried 2 different types of Hoegaarden beer discounted to Baht 180 each, my wife chose the Rosa which was nice but sweeeeeeet. I ordered the bacon pizza Baht 240 which was yummy but super super thin and a Salmon salad "which if you sneeze it will all be gone, so the serving size is super small at Baht 160. The lady owner/manager was accommodating and nice. Location easy to find but right by the roadside. We were the only couple at this Bistro all tables except ours had candles, I noticed the waiters were to busy using there cellphones than paying attention to there customers
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