From the title, obviously, we’ll be looking at seafood. :) Let’s start with the restaurant. This restaurant is a proper restaurant with air-conditioner and the restaurant looks clean :) The staff is able to communicate in simple English, and best part, the waiter who attended to us, speak to us in Mandarin. :) But the communication part is not that tricky cos you got Picture Menu. So that will solve the ordering part. :) It is also comforting to know that this restaurant is frequented by many locals. :)
super-spicy-super-shiok chilli combo :P
Mixed Seafood Tom Yum (THB180 for small portion). The small portion is pretty decent. Can easily fit 3 persons tummy. And yes, its spicy and best of all, the seafood is fresh.
Fried Thai Water Greases (THB100). This vege taste like Sarawak’s version of paku pakis.
Fresh Oysters (THB60 per piece)
And you are suppose to eat it with this set of condiments
And the decorated Oyster
Thai Fish Cake but in the menu it is called “Feather Back Cake”. Don’t ask me why, cos I really don’t know. :) THB200 for 5 piece (pretty big)
Baked Crab with Noodle Glass (THB380). This was pretty worth it. Must try, unless you’re not a fan of crab and glass noodle. :P
BBQ Prawns (THB300 for 5 piece) Must try! If you want to know how fresh a prawn can be, try this :)
Check this out!!
And I present to you, the Big-Head-Naked-Prawn :D
The total bill for the night came up to approx THB1390 (inclusive of Singha beer), which is cheap, if you ask me. The food that we ordered, can easily feed 4 person. There was a foreigner couple sitting next to us, shock over the number of dishes we ordered, and they even discuss which country we were from. And obviously they speak in English, and they thought we were Korean! hahaha…
Kuang Seafood is at the end of Soi Rangnam. Nearest BTS is Victory Monument and you need to walk quite a bit before reaching Kuang Seafood. :P