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Evil Penevil posted a topic in Restaurants, Cafe's, Take Aways & Nightlife VenuesSo's Place Restaurant & Bar is a small family-owned establishment on Soi 15 across the street from The Avenue shopping plaza. It serves standard Thai dishes at low prices, with only a couple of Western dishes on the menu. The food is excellent and the service is very friendly. There's nothing fancy about So's Place, but it's cheap and cheerful, which is exactly what many tourists and long-term residents are looking for in a neighborhood eatery. It's open daily between noon and midnight, with last orders for food taken at 11.00 p.m. So's has been in business for a few years and has built a loyal following. It recently expanded, taking over a beer bar next door and knocking down the wall between them. This is what it looked like before the expansion: And now: Most of the dishes at So's run between 80 and 120 baht. It's home-style Thai cooking by a lady who knows what she's doing. The portions aren't huge, but they are certainly adequate. My favorite is the minced pork with holy basil. It costs 80 baht, with an egg atop the rice an extra 15 baht. The waitresses at So's ask each diner whether he or she wants the dish spicy. One nice is that diners get a cold towel before the meal. The dishes on the menu at So's will be familiar to anyone who enjoys Thai food. I'll include more pics in the next post. As I mentioned, So's mainly serves Thai food, but on Saturdays it offers a U.S.-style smoked pork rib dinner for 299 baht. I'll write about the rib dinner in the "Under 300 Baht ...And Good" thread. It's available on Saturdays beginning at 6.30 p.m. On Mondays, So's has live music, a band which performs classic U.S. rock 'n roll. I was surprised to hear them do, "Willie and the Hand Jive," one Monday as I walked past. I thought they sounded quite good and I enjoy classic r 'n r, but they were just too loud for me. My ears hurt from across the street; no way was I getting any closer. Bottom line: If you want good Thai food at a low price, So's is an excellent choice. I should add that I eat frequently at So's, but not only on the basis of the food. It's a very convenient location for me. Evil
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Baloo22 posted a topic in Restaurants, Cafe's, Take Aways & Nightlife VenuesI was exploring some of the soi's off of Jomtien Beach Road and, just by random choice, stopped in this restaurant for a meal. Been back 6 or 7 times. IMHO, they serve some excellent Thai food there. The average price seems to be about 120 baht for some of the dishes shown below. Maybe a bit more than other places but I have found the portions larger than usual and "aroi mak mak". I recommend a try to see if you like it also! Eagle House Restaurant is located on Soi 4 off of Jomtien Beach Road. It's on the south side of Soi 4. I believe the location used to be a noodle shop "Yankee Noodle". That is what shows on the Pattaya Photo Guide for that location. I understand that they also have rooms available and a connecting bar on Soi 5. I have not been in either, so cannot comment on the rooms or the bar. Geng Khiew Wan Gai or Green Curry with Chicken Pat Ga Pow Gai or Fried Chicken with basil and chillies. Penang Gai or Penang Curry with Chicken