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    Pattaya Restaurant Reviews

    Once you are at the beach in Thailand, you should never miss out on eating fresh and delicious seafood dishes. Down below are recommendations of amazing seafood dishes at various different restaurants you must try in Pattaya.​


    J Tum Kitchen
    The seafood restaurant that was previously mentioned is renowned for having a fantastic environment, however, this local bistro provides a calmer vibe. Although it may not seem alluring at first glance, never judge a book by its cover since the seafood at J Tum Kitchen is actually rather good. J Tum Kitchen is unique because they use unusual delicacies like lobster and huge jumbo prawns. The Grilled Prawns with Tamarind Sauce is one of the highly regarded seafood dishes offered here (600 THB). Because they are grilled in the Thai method, the prawns are char on the side, but they will be full of intriguing flavours.

    Suttangrak
    Every city has its own renowned food, and for Pattaya the renowned food is salty egg curry. The dish is in every seafood restaurant in Pattaya, but the restaurant you must try this dish is at Suttangrak Pattaya. The meal is predominantly sweet and salty with a tiny hint of spice. In our opinion, the squid at Suttangrak was perfectly prepared so that it was soft yet not chewy. This well-known seafood restaurant in Pattaya, which has been operating since 1971, is a popular spot where you can take in the stunning sunset, the beach, and a small amount of the beach club’s laid-back atmosphere.​

    King Seafood
    Because of the enormous selection of fresh seafood, its prime location in the midst of Walking Street, and the seaside view of Pattaya Bay, King Seafood is another well-liked seafood establishment in Pattaya. When you go into the restaurant, the big water tanks loaded with various seafood—including lobster, crab, scallops, jumbo prawns, and a variety of freshly caught fish—are the first thing you see. Every evening, a large number of tourists fill up on all this goodness here. The Fried Crab with Curry Powder served here is one of the restaurant’s hallmark seafood dishes (995 THB). Both the crab and the curry are enormously wonderful.​

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    Largest Indian restaurant in Southeast Asia opens in Pattaya

    The largest Indian restaurant in Southeast Asia has opened in Pattaya. The restaurant, named “MubaiSe,” is located at the Stardice Pub on the Pattaya-Naklua road. The restaurant held its opening ceremony on Saturday night, with many Pattaya officials attending, including Mayor Poramese Ngampiches. The founders are two Indian businessmen who have invested 25 million baht in the restaurant.

    The restaurant will open at noon daily and can accommodate over 800 customers, The Pattaya News reported. The founders, Robin Virdi and Mihar Amit Desai, want Pattaya visitors of all nationalities to taste authentic Indian food. Indian visitors are currently the second largest tourist group in Thailand, after Malaysians. But apart from tourism, Indians have a long and rich history in the kingdom. Today, it is estimated that Thailand has an Indian community of over 100,000, according to the Indian Embassy in Bangkok. Most Indians in Thailand migrated to the kingdom after 1920, with many working in commerce. The community is diverse and includes Punjabis, Sindhis, Parsees, Gujarati Sunnis, Dawoodi Bohras, Tamils, Pathans, and Bengalis. These groups all have different migration histories. Bangkok’s Little India (adjacent to Chinatown), is the centre of the Indian commercial community, and mostly consists of Sikhs.The new Indian restaurant in Pattaya is the latest contribution of Thailand’s dynamic and vibrant Indian community.

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