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I have stayed at August Suites on a couple of trips now and just up the road from there is a fantastic food court.

 

It is tucked behind fruit and veg stalls and you could easily walk passed it if you did not know if it was there. Turn in to Pattaya Klang from Second Road and then head north, passed the entrance to August Suites on your left. The food court is on your left, just before you come to the first left hand turn off of the main road.

 

The tables are all located in the centre and the kitchens around the edge of the building. There must be eight or ten different restaurants, all serving up fresh meat and seafood dishes. My favourite is on the back at the left (I believe that it is called 'Onn') but all of them look pretty good.

 

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A tasty seafood selection.

 

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Frogs........apparently popular with the Russian tourists.

 

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Fresh meat, salad and vegetables.

 

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The lovely cooks!

 

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Preparing my bbq squid.

 

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The finished product with a side dish of rice.

 

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The eating area.

 

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Worth taking a look the next time I'm passing.

What about the prices?

No matter where you go, there you are....

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Worth taking a look the next time I'm passing.

What about the prices?

 

Cheap, somewhere between street eats and the cheaper end restaurants.

 

I actually stopped looking at the menu and prices after my second or third visit. I normally go and choose what I want and ask which are the different ways that it can be cooked. The best meal using that method on my last trip was crab in yellow curry sauce.

 

Squid, crab fried rice and water will be somewhere around 100 baht. Add a beer on and that goes up to nearer 150 baht. The most expensive dish was probably steamed red snapper with ginger. I think that was about 250 baht but the girls with whom I was eating at the time told me that it was 350 baht in other places.

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Great post leadpencil!!!

 

If this is the same place I remember from my last trip, it has a fantastic khao niao mamuang (sticky rice with mango) seller out front. He usually has 3-4 types of mango, with the top one, also usually the most perfumed and sweetest, going for 100b per mango. Sure you can get cheaper elsewhere but not for this grade of mango!

 

Never tried the foodcourt behind but will now....

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Looks like a good place to take the GF...she would love this place. Thxs for the heads-up leadpencil :Grin3:

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Thank you for advice,it's good to know this kind of food places.But could you give us a map for better finding???.Cheers.

PS. nice looking pics at all.

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I'm also a huge fan of this place.

 

Haven't had a bad meal here yet, and I was eating there most days. There are a few seafood specialists (my favorite is the one second to the end on your right as you walk in) that are exceptional. Whole deep fried fish with chili sauce, more BBQ prawns than you could eat and a mango smoothie, about 300 baht.

 

http://www.pattayaph...PxRU8jskcZADDGA should give you an idea exactly where it is, very close to August Suites.

 

Also try the sliced mango on coconut rice outside, fantastic, and will settle a bad stomach.

 

Cheers,

 

toomuch

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If this is the same place I remember from my last trip, it has a fantastic khao niao mamuang (sticky rice with mango) seller out front. He usually has 3-4 types of mango, with the top one, also usually the most perfumed and sweetest, going for 100b per mango. Sure you can get cheaper elsewhere but not for this grade of mango!

 

Yes, those mangos looked superb but I have never tried them. The amount of times that I walked passed and looked at them and promised that I would save room for one after my meal....

 

 

Looks like a good place to take the GF...she would love this place. Thxs for the heads-up leadpencil :Grin3:

 

The girls I took there really enjoyed it and wanted to go back.

 

Slightly off topic but by way of an example, after taking a girl I know and a couple of mates there one day, I got a call from her the following lunchtime.

 

Girl -'Where are you?'

Me - 'Hotel'

Girl - 'You eat already?'

Me - 'No'

Girl - 'Come eat with us?' (code words for 'You come pay for our food'?)

Me - 'Ok, where are you?'

Girl - 'Soi Buakhao market'

 

So I left August Suites, jumped on a motorbike taxi and spent ten minutes walking round Soi Buakhao market trying to find them. I met up with them and asked where they wanted to eat. The reply was ' near hotel you, same same yesterday'. That was followed by 'we have motorbike, you go songthaew'. Thanks - yet again I was the victim to more expense due to Thai girl logic but they did want to go back to the same place so I guess that shows it is good.

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Thanks for pointing out. As this is very valuable information! Especially for a foodlover like me!

A good girl gives you happiness and a bad girl gives you experience both are essential in life so enjoy every girlfriend!

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Not to far away on the opposite side you have Leng Kee, also a good option in that area

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Not to far away on the opposite side you have Leng Kee, also a good option in that area

 

Yes, Leng Kee is great, especially the duck which the seem to be able to serve up within minutes whatever time of day or night.

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Fantastic pics & great info.

 

You did not size the photos Mod.

 

Looks like I am Moderating the Mods today. LOL. :GoldenSmile1:

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Enjoy it all & be nice.

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I'm also a huge fan of this place.

 

Haven't had a bad meal here yet, and I was eating there most days. There are a few seafood specialists (my favorite is the one second to the end on your right as you walk in) that are exceptional. Whole deep fried fish with chili sauce, more BBQ prawns than you could eat and a mango smoothie, about 300 baht.

 

http://www.pattayaph...PxRU8jskcZADDGA should give you an idea exactly where it is, very close to August Suites.

 

Also try the sliced mango on coconut rice outside, fantastic, and will settle a bad stomach.

 

Cheers,

 

toomuch

 

I remember you mentioning the sliced mango and coconut rice but I never got around to trying it - maybe next time.

 

Great to meet you and hope that the rest of your trip went well!

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Fantastic pics & great info.

 

You did not size the photos Mod.

 

Looks like I am Moderating the Mods today. LOL. :GoldenSmile1:

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Apologies, slight technical hitch!

 

Now sorted :GoldenSmile1:

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Apologies, slight technical hitch!

 

Now sorted :GoldenSmile1:

 

Thanks Mod. :GoldenSmile1:

 

Today I am now feeling just a member LOL. :GoldenSmile1:

Enjoy it all & be nice.

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hey up lad i've seen the pictures you posted and am quite impressed with them am wondering what are the prices like and it seems to be in the market as its under cover,i went to the market a couple of times last year and thought blimey this is big,it was like walking through a rabbit warren you could easily get got lost there,but am thinking is all this sea food a daily thing or not and if you choose something do they cook it for while you wait,do you have a map as i find it easier to find places that i want to go,thanks cheers

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hey up lad i've seen the pictures you posted and am quite impressed with them am wondering what are the prices like and it seems to be in the market as its under cover,i went to the market a couple of times last year and thought blimey this is big,it was like walking through a rabbit warren you could easily get got lost there,but am thinking is all this sea food a daily thing or not and if you choose something do they cook it for while you wait,do you have a map as i find it easier to find places that i want to go,thanks cheers

 

This is a small place and the last photo that I took is from standing at the back and you can see right across the whole of the eating area.

 

If I remember rightly prices start at around 40baht for a rice dish (e.g. crab fried rice) and then go up to about 250 baht for the red snapper so fairly inexpensive.

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Nice find mate... I must admit I have walked past it at least a few dozen times and never knew it was there. :rolleyes:

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I also recommend the restaurants in there! I stay at August Suites whenever I travel to Pattaya and I eat there many times. Food is always good and very reasonably priced :)

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I love leng kee & usually go to Mum Aroi in Naklua on my last night.

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If this is the same place I remember from my last trip, it has a fantastic khao niao mamuang (sticky rice with mango) seller out front...

 

The same thing that stopped me the first time. If you buzz past the place on a scooter or Baht bus you will miss the food court inside. I've eaten there a few times - always good.

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:001_Thank_You5: for the tip, I will have to check this place out when I go in May!
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This is a small place and the last photo that I took is from standing at the back and you can see right across the whole of the eating area.

 

If I remember rightly prices start at around 40baht for a rice dish (e.g. crab fried rice) and then go up to about 250 baht for the red snapper so fairly inexpensive.

hi will after go this place as i have a likeing for fish,but will they take all the bones out first as i wouldnt want to insult the thai's because i've got a fish bone stuck in me throat,i've found that sometimes this is'nt a goog thing to happen to anyone,do yr think they could make me some batter as well, or dont they do things like that,unno i went round my mates house lastnight he is also on my friends page i had a nice fish in batter mmm wonderful but my mate wouldnt stop talking and it went down in lumps,thanks

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