Great food and attentive staff made for a great evening. Varied selection of food well presented which along with the great views makes this a must do experience.
Located halfway up the mountain in Krabi's Nanwan, Lae Lay Grill Restaurant, it is the best meal I have had in Krabi for the time being! Recommended: Fan prawn stew, beef stew, corn crab gravy, don't order juice, this juice is generally
The Internet celebrity restaurant provides free pick-up service. It is located on the top of the mountain. The golden color is very good. It is best to arrive before sunset. You can enjoy the sunset while eating. There are many mosquitoes, which will affect your mood. The food is exquisite and the taste is flat. The Tom Yum Goong soup has a strong flavor. The salted egg yolk baked crab is delicious and plump. The coconut ice cream is very fragrant. It is a big one. It is very satisfying. The waiter is very active and experience But great value for money.
Although the restaurant does not have a particularly long history, I have been thinking about it since the first time I went to this restaurant five years ago to have a late dinner. The restaurant has only been in business for just eight years and has been named one of the best restaurants in Krabi by Hooters.com. The owner has never had experience in the catering industry, and he can develop the restaurant from only ten tables in the past to a large-scale Fine Dining eating place with four floors. Indispensable are the unique sea views, a team of well-serviced and well-trained staff, and of course super high-quality food. The chefs here have also been shortlisted for the Thai Iron Man Cooking Competition, and the quality of the food is self-evident. I have to praise the Thai-style lemon steamed fish here. The chef took special care to remove the bones of the whole fish. I understand that many foreign guests do not have the habit of eating a whole fish, and they are attentive and considerate. The golden crab uses the salted eggs rich in Surat Thani, Thailand. The local salted eggs are a souvenir that many Thais take home when they travel in the local area. The salted egg supplier in the restaurant has more than 30 years of experience in making salted eggs. Scallions and onions are sautéed. The oily aroma of crabs and salted eggs is enough for the meal. Just looking at the color, you can drool. I personally think that the salt and pepper soft shell crab is one of the best appetizers in this restaurant, and it is more suitable for a snack with friends. There is no trouble of getting your hands dirty from eating crabs, only the minced garlic is salty and crispy. The Australian beef tenderloin is marinated in black pepper and roasted until half-cooked, and cut into small slices. The dipping sauce is the hot and sour sauce of northeastern Thailand. The restaurant also serves raw steaks with various western sauces. When you come to this point, you can see the differences in the food culture of different countries. It turns out that Thai people usually only use forks and spoons when eating. Unlike Western cultures, there are knives on the table so they are pre-sliced. Moo hong is more like our Dongpo meat. Its characteristic is that the pork belly is red and bright in color, the fat is melted in the mouth, the lean meat is lean but not wood, sweet but not greasy. It is made by adding raw sun-dried yam and various Chinese herbs, and slowly cooking it for many hours.