Reviews on Thai food in Tak, Tak Province, Thailand including Aiyara Wadi Restaurant, Khrua Kaset, Ruktawan Farm, Iyarawadee Restaurant, Coffee Pink Cafe, Room 88 Craft Bistro, Design Karaoke, Awake Owl Cafe, Khrua Rim Thang, Pla Rimping
Things to do in Muang Tak
We were advised by the staff at our hotel to try "Room 88" for an evening meal & drinks; we weren't disappointed. 'Happy Hour' had '2-for-1' cocktails, and the drinks 'menu' was quite extensive. The food was good and arrived in reasonable time after ordering. Staff were very friendly and helpful. Pricing of both food & drinks was 'mid-range'. Situation is more-or-less in the centre of Tak by the side of the main 'Route 1', and there is free 'on-street' parking outside. All-in-all, a good option if you are visiting/passing through Tak.
Very nice restaurant located near the Ping river in Tak, nice looking inside and out, very reasonable priced food and very good quality. Air con and very nice friendly service, serves Western and Thai food, only problem is this restaurant is only open 8am until 5am.
Excellent restaurant with good music, very good food and seriously good service. Reasonable priced and right on the river.
This restaurant serves mostly vegetables from their farm as the name has indicated. Their dishes are fusion Thai with a few selections of international dishes. However their seafood dishes are not that great since they are frozen and some start to smell bad.
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4 based on 12 reviews
My wife and I were recommended this restaurant by the receptionist of the hotel we were staying in. Actually the restaurant itself transliterates its name as "Iyarawadee" and this is on the signage outside as well as on their business card. If you are staying in the main town (on the eastern side of the river), then cross the river via the bridge on the north side of town, turn right and you will find Iyarawadee about 1KM up on the right next to another bar/restaurant.Situated on the western bank of the River Ping, the restaurant is on three levels with the lowest level right down by the water. The menu is traditional Thai and we enjoyed the food and atmosphere so much that we returned a few days later with some friends and had an equally good time. The fried morning glory with chilli, pork chop on a hot plate, fish Tom Yum, crispy fried chicken, and chicken with basil and chilli ("Kra-pao Gai") were all excellent. For a busy restaurant, service was very efficient and the staff attentive and friendly. Prices are not high at all - including drinks it was less than $10 per head. Early evening the music is recorded (jazz) and around 8PM a live band provides a good variety of local favorites without being intrusively loud. I'm glad that we found this place as we pass through Tak quite regularly and until now had not found a decent place to stop off at for a meal.
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