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A friendly family runs Blue Lotus and has one of the best and most diverse restaurants around, certainly in Ban Kai.
Set just off the beach, they serve cheap Thai food but specialise in Mexican food and English pies. A strange mix, but you'll never get tired of eating here. This is a quiet spot, and the beach is very narrow even at low tide, but shade is plentiful. Bungalows are positioned bordering the beach or in a row running up from the sea. They are very basic yet spacious wooden huts showing some age, but are of decent quality and clean inside. Come for the peace and quiet, stay for the great food.
Last updated on 9th July, 2007.