Miss Terry Diner

Thursday, 20 March 2014 12:49

A-One for an A1 Seafood BBQ

Every so often, in the hectic pace that is Pattaya with new hotels springing up every 10 minutes, you need to slow down and have another look at venues that have been here for some time - and stood the test of time.

The phrase ‘In Vino Veritas’ has been used for centuries by all societies, recognizing the fact that wine can loosen lips.  In actual fact, the phrase in its entirety is ‘In vino veritas, in aqua sanitas’, i.e., “In wine there is truth, in water there is health.”  At the latest wine dinner promoted by the Royal Cliff’s deVine Wine Club, there were more than adequate volumes of both!

Thursday, 06 March 2014 13:26

Jomtien Boathouse

Eleven years ago I spoke with the owner of the Jomtien Boathouse, Kannikar Ottesen.  It was the Wednesday prior to the grand opening on the Saturday and Kannikar was busy planting palm trees across the front of the restaurant area.  I looked at the building site and the newly placed trees and voiced the opinion that the Jomtien Boathouse had no hope of being ready for business in three days.

Thursday, 27 February 2014 13:24

How do you get your restaurant reviewed?

The question that comes up time and time again for the Dining Out team, usually re-directed from the Pattaya Mail itself - “How do we get our restaurant reviewed?”  The answer is really quite simple - invite us!  There is no charge.  You do not charge us, and we do not charge you.

Thursday, 20 February 2014 11:44

Pan Pan 2

The name Pan Pan and Italian food has been well known in Pattaya since 1976.  The first Pan Pan is down towards the bottom of Thappraya Road at the traffic lights, and there are two others, one in Central Festival and recently the other on Sukhumvit Road, after Mimosa and opposite Ocean Portofino.  One would have expected the newer Sukhumvit Road venue at Km 157 to be Pan Pan 3, but no, it is called Pan Pan 2.  Perhaps Italians count differently, or perhaps I have got it wrong, but no matter, it is easy to find.

We suddenly realized that it had been two years since we last visited Ticino, (pronounced “Tichino” by the way), run by Swiss host Peter Faessler.  Ticino gets its name from the Italian speaking Ticino Canton of Switzerland and we noted last time that this was a faithful European restaurant.  The Italian Vespa scooters at the door just emphasize the continental style.

Thursday, 06 February 2014 11:54

Le Parrot’s Inn - dining en famille

An invitation was given to the Dining Out Team to join ‘Oh-so-French’ Christophe and his Francophone wife for dinner at their Parrot’s Inn on Third Road.  We had dined there in their ‘Oh-so-French’ restaurant some time ago but now with Christophe on deck all the time, there were many changes they wanted us to experience with their traditional French cuisine.

Thursday, 30 January 2014 10:03

Centara Grand Phratamnak Oyster Festival

The newest and ritziest hotel in Pattaya is the new Centara Grand Phratamnak Resort.  Owned by the Tulip Group and managed by Centara, it is easy to find at the beach end of Pratamnak Soi 5.

Thursday, 23 January 2014 10:38

Froggy’s - Formidable!

It was brought to my notice that it had been two years since the Dining Out team had reviewed Froggy’s restaurant on Soi Paniad Chang (AKA Soi Yume).  Now owner/chef Gilles was promising “Lots of new dishes, many happy customers and a new décor,” as valid reasons for another review.  We had enjoyed ourselves previously, having written, “Definitely well worth exploring Soi Paniad Chang.  Do try.  You will not regret it,” so it was easy to say “yes” to Gilles’ invitation and see how Froggy’s was doing two years down the track.

Thursday, 16 January 2014 11:51

O’Gara’s Bar and Grill

Information about O’Gara’s Bar and Grill in the Tara Court was received by the Dining Out Team, and we were so impressed on our initial visit (incognito) that we came back for another visit before returning for an “official” review.

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