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Mata Hari Restaurant

Mata Hari

Thappraya Road

A spectacular crystal sculpture dominates the dining room where ’30s Art Deco meets Colonial for a stylish yet casual ambience at this much acclaimed dinner-only restaurant that has been a staple on the Pattaya fine dining scene since it opened doors in 1996. Fronted by the gracious Louis Noll, with the kitchen manned by talented wife Jackie, it has acquired a following among expats and visitors for its top-notch service, consistent quality and value for money. It makes for a great place to celebrate an anniversary or just for night out with friends.

There’s much to choose from the extensive menu that embraces both traditional European fare and Thai...

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Bruno Restaurant

Bruno

Thappraya Road

Friendly staff attired in smart red jackets flit around the elegant dining room dressed in a palette of muted shades punctuated by splashes of bright colours. A lounge bar sits at the entrance, while at the other end a walk-in wine cellar cossets a range of top drops carefully selected to suit all palates and wallets.

Billed as the first independent fine dining restaurant in the seaside town when it opened in 1996, Bruno’s, named after one of the early investors, soon became the yardstick by which other establishments were measured against. A new location with a modern contemporary design, a relaxed ambience and its repute...

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Moom Aroi

Moom Aroi

Soi Naklua 4, Pattaya-Naklua Road

With an ocean-front location and extensive Thai seafood menu it’s little wonder Moom Aroi, which translates as “delicious corner”, is well populated by locals and considered one of the best seafood restaurants in Pattaya.

The two-storey building, down a quiet lane in the Naklua area, hugs the shoreline and offers indoor and outdoor seating. Out on the wooden deck is best place with the dark expanse of the ocean dotted by anchored fishing boats in front and the neon light show of Pattaya on the left; the salt-tinged breeze blowing in from the ocean, offering diners a multi-sensory experience while they gorge on freshly caught crab, lobster, shrimp and a wide variety of fish...

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The Glass House

The Glass House

Na Jomtien

It’s the perfect getaway for families, groups of friends or a couple on a honeymoon. Come early for lunch and stay for dinner. A short stroll from the quiet Sai Thong Beach in Sattahip, the sprawling restaurant shaded by pine trees, includes several dining spaces, and is reminiscent of a colonial beach house. The centerpiece here is the ‘glass house’ that was brought down from the United States and houses the pastry shop. The main dining area is a shaded terrace of warm wood, whitewashed trim and comfy upholstered sofa and sofa beds accessorised with funky cushions that perfect to watch the setting sun or to relax with an after dinner drink. Some tables spill out on to the white sands too...

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Indian By Nature

Indian By Nature

Château Dale Plaza

Stately wooden doors that once graced a maharaja’s palace open to let you into a chic space highlighted by warm teakwood, marble, and modern Indian art for a mix of the old and new. Soothing sitar music juxtaposed against the insistent rhythms of the tabla complete the equation.

Nine years ago, Av Khanijou decided it was time to translate her experience as a cooking instructor into an elegant eatery that would offer a menu that remained true to classic Indian recipes, but also reflects the changing culinary trends in India. And so Indian By Nature was born.

The menu that takes in fragrant curries, succulent...

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La Ferme

La Ferme

Pattaya-Naklua Road

On the outside it is in the style of the European grand cafes, but past the door you feel you fallen down the rabbit hole in Alice in Wonderland. A chequered floor offsets dark brown furniture, and from the ceiling hangs a chandelier fashioned out of whisky decanters with the bottoms cut off. An immense striped sofa dominates one end, while the other has a giant mosaic over the bar.

The website says its a bar, restaurant, bistro, café and snackerie and it is a bit of all serving a mix of French, Belgian and Asian food. The star here is the rotisserie chicken, moist within and crispy outside, that is served on a wooden platter with fries. The delicious mussels in garlic and...

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