Wichit Songkhram and Mae Luan Rds intersection, Phuket Town
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It dishes out food from northeastern Thailand and is packed most nights.
Enjoy your spicy lunch or dinner in the restaurant or in the thatched longhouse lit by bulbs in old cleaning bottles. Don't worry – the decor is no reflection of the food.
While there's an English menu, you'd be hard pressed to find any other foreigners here. Plates of papaya salad start at 25B. Come hungry and you'll leave stuffed to the gills.
It is a fifteen minute walk from the market area on Ratsada Rd in downtown Phuket Town and it is worth the walk. The signage is in Thai only, so just keep an eye out for the 101 — you can't miss it.
Last updated on 19th August, 2011.