Roi Et Restaurants.

Discussion in 'Restaurants - North-East Thailand' started by Moto-Rex, Apr 24, 2012.

  1. Moto-Rex

    Moto-Rex Ol'Timer

    Roiet bar and restaurant. One oh one pizza. Not just pizzas.

    This is a great little bar thats located right on the lake in the centre of Roiet.

    Good Western and Thai food, as well as the pizzas. The breakfast dishes are excellent.

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    Nice spot for few beers while over looking the lake.

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    Just head to the lake, you can’t miss it.
     
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  3. DavidFL

    DavidFL Administrator Staff Member

    Rueanthai Restaurant
    the best Thai food in Roi Et

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    not easy to find & I was lucky because Gerhard Roi Et took me there.
    & this was some of the best Thai food Ive had in a long long time.

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    thanks Gerhard.
     
  4. DavidFL

    DavidFL Administrator Staff Member

    Yep the best brekky I could find in Roi Et.

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  5. gerhardveer

    gerhardveer Ol'Timer

    Pizzeria Milano:
    Route 214 about 500meters before ( northern ) crossroads with bypass 232 - on the opposite side PTT-station

    Still no photo, but the best Pizzeria I found in Thailand - real Italian pizza, not fat American or sweet so-called.....Also good pasta and Thaifood

    GPS: 16.043553, 103.646170
     
  6. DavidFL

    DavidFL Administrator Staff Member

    The Tara
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    a swish new place down by the lake.
    Indoor / outdoor dining
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    A magic spot by the lake
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    Indoors - aircon
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    plenty of space & spotlessly clean.
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    Some of the tastiest Thai food the GF & I have had for a long time! Genuinely exellent we thought.
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    a scrumptious spicy eggplant & seafiod salad.

    A catfish salad
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  7. DavidFL

    DavidFL Administrator Staff Member

    Just up the road 50 metres from the Tara & right next door to One Of One PIzza is the Dal Perugino
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    a popular expat hang out it would seem.
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    we gave it a go for a late brekky & the GF reckoned it was one of the best somtams she had ever had & I didn't get a phto. Sorry.
    But my farang Canadian brekky wasnt quite up to scratch for me.
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    Please yourself now, but my next stop at the Dal Perugino would only be for a beer & some retired expat gossip. Then I'd walk 50 metres up the road to the Tara for a meal.
     

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