Loei Restaurants.

Moto-Rex

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Coffee Bar.

Great coffee, toasted sandwiches and cakes. Also free wifi.

Over looks the lake in the centre of Loei, you cant miss it.

GPS N17 29.178 E101 43.693

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rmbike

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another heads up

if you go back to the round about
turn left
go about 200 meters
on the right is a restaurant
mr chris steakhouse

good western food

chris if there, usually at night
rides dirt bikes.
 

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rmbike;257534 wrote: another heads up

if you go back to the round about
turn left
go about 200 meters
on the right is a restaurant
mr chris steakhouse

good western food

chris if there, usually at night
rides dirt bikes.
Agreed. Excellent food & hospitality.
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Always a good night in Loei at Chris'....
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The best happy hour spot plus a good pub 'n restaurant
Ban Rom Mai

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City centre, right by the roundabout

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GPS Waypoint: N17 29 17.6 E101 43 42.9

Open air, breezy, good service

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music

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Well worth checking out & at least starting off the night at.
 

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The best happy hour spot plus a good pub 'n restaurant
Ban Rom Mai

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City centre, right by the roundabout

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GPS Waypoint: N17 29 17.6 E101 43 42.9

Open air, breezy, good service

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music

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Well worth checking out & at least starting off the night at.

The Ban Rom Mai has moved 250 west, just after the PTT gas station.
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A larger smart new indoor / outdoor dining establishment.

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Live music indoors & outdoors

generous food servings
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The Muang Loei Pub & Restaurant is another favourite Thai Pub & Restaurant for adults = no delinquent teenagers.
on the corner straight opposite the new location for My Chris' Saloon bar

TV for live football
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plus some good music & enchanting singers + staff
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GPS: N17 29.329 E101 43.568
 
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Steak House Bangkok & Outlaw Brewing, Loei


Its ages since I've been in Loei for a night, and there's been a few changes at King Hotel. which is where I've always stayed on previous visits. Not least of which is the disappearance of their restaurant! Nothing changes faster than the restaurant and pub scene - which is true world-wide, not just in Thailand. Places open, close, relocate and new ones pop up like mushrooms. So, 5 years is a long time... That's where Google Maps really shines, using the "what's nearby" search option to identify possibilities for dining etc.

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Steak House Bangkok

Located just out the back of the King Hotel car park... A nice T-Bone steak and a big Beer Leo solves the immediate problems that have accumulated on a 600 km long day on the road... malnutrition and dehydration... :cool:
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A 300 gram T-Bone steak for 229 THB is not a bad deal at all...


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One beer was not enough though, so...

Outlaw Brewing

The craft beer industry is struggling to gain a foothold in the face of egregious legislation and the vested interests (Singha & Chang) trying to nobble it. Pretty dumb, given that the overall beer consumption in Thailand is declining and what's needed is a more vibrant industry with lots of choices to suit more market segments, demographics and tastes. Craft beer stimulates sales and demands, whilst stifling any competition is far more likely to further repress the entire industry.

There are renegade brewers... Outlaw Brewing in Loei is one example.

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The Outlaw Stout Beer is 8% and went nicely with a plate of sliced pork... a manly beer! They guys who run the place take their beer seriously, and are both friendly and interesting to chat with. If you express an interest in beer...

Interesting articles on Thailand's underground beer scene:
My first encounter with craft beer was by accident in the Night Market in Lampang a few months ago at a small cafe. The bottle of "The Dark Side" beer in the fridge caught my eye, and I was hot and thirsty... After a couple of sips, I realised I'd hit the jackpot - a beautiful black "stout" beer, and 8% ABV.

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Rock & Loei
fans of Ken bass guitar from Pai & the Barista Corazon coffee shop will be pleased to know you can hook up with Ken & his lovely wife now settled back home in Loei.
The new establishment is called Rock & Loei.
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Location: خرائط ‪Google‬‏‏

Some old signage
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They know specialize in smoothies, coffee & kwiteo
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Dont forget to drop in & say hi.
Ken hopes soon to be playing blues music again in Pai, & it may end up being at the Saloon Bar or What's Up in Loei.
Good luck to him, I for one hope t comes off.