Dinner at Chef Andy's Restaurant in Nakhon Ratchasima

Oct'2013 Sorry no photos, but this good does not need photos! Located in the city  centre of Khorat and it looks a bit like a typically "falang restaurant in Thailand", but is isn't. First of all because it is not really cheap. They serve Western (Italian and Swizz) and Thai food. But most of all they serve beef, very good beef. And not only expensive Kobe & Wagu beef, but also very good tenderloin. And that all combined with an extensive collection of imported beer or good wine. And Andy, the master himself, makes pizza's in the wood-fired oven.

We had 2 starters, 2 main dishes, 3 glasses of wine, 1 tea, 1 water and 2 small desserts (free) with a total damage of 1900 Thai baht. Not cheap but worth the money I think. Staff is friendly and service minded. The restaurant is frequented by westerners, Thai and Japanese. There is both indoor- and outdoor seating. And there is very limited private parking. Web-site : Chez Andy

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