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This restaurant is a breath of fresh air. Beautiful, subtle tastes and flavors. A great addition to the dining out scene in Pattaya-Jomtien. Very inexpensive and highly recommended.
The menu does not end with marinades, however. There are several choices of breakfasts, starters, soups and salads, and other main dishes such as Traditional Beer Batter Fish and Chips, with the recipe for the beer batter coming from Peter Doyle, of the famous Doyle’s Seafood in Sydney, an Australian icon these days. For those requiring traditional Thai, there is also a good selection of local favorites.
The wine list is small with five whites, six reds and house wines and covers French, Australian, Chilean and Spanish. The most expensive is B. 1,040, so eating and drinking here is not an expensive experience.
The next dish had two serves of calamari done in Thai and Greek Island styles.
Seafood Emporium, Shop 2 View Talay Residence 4, just round the corner from Jomtien Beach Road Soi 5 (Pattaya Immigration Soi) and opposite the Jomtien Lan Pho market.