Dining: Something for everybody at Moon Bistro

PHUKET: With the Cherng Talay space full of flashy eateries, it is usually troublesome to determine where to seize a chunk to eat. Best down Lagoon Road, a small joint named Moon Bistro and Restaurant catches the eye at first look.
This elegantly-designed restaurant appeals to tourists, as nicely as long-term expats and locals, with each indoor and outdoor seating separated by giant glass doorways.
The proprietor, Mazar Jobi, is an interior designer by career, and has accomplished a commendable job creating an atmosphere that is each functional and welcoming, by painstakingly crafting each aspect from the partitions to the furnishings. The excessive canopy-style ceiling matches properly with the wooden interior, while the walls are adorned with giant paintings that complement the funky, yet laid-back environment Ms Jobi has strived to create.
The restaurant has recently expanded their menu to incorporate a bigger variety of both Thai and ‘farang’ meals, with regular favorites corresponding to burgers, sandwiches, soups and steaks, as nicely as choices for those with a more adventurous palate.
After a refreshing lemon and ginger welcome drink, I started with some ‘nibbles’, together with spring rolls wrapped in shrimp, and rooster satay. Ms Jobi, who is a gracious host and interacts regularly with all her customers, defined that the idea behind her restaurant is an upscale joint with a relaxed vibe, offering cheap costs and quality meals.
The main course consisted of pasta served with a hen creme sauce and mushrooms, calamari filled with minced chicken, Tom Yum seafood soup, garlic fried rice and chicken with coconut curry, as nicely as a sausage chicken baguette which I packed away for some scrumptious midnight snacking.
Although I was quite full before dessert (the parts are beneficiant, unlike another restaurants within the area), I couldn’t assist however attain for a number of mouthfulls of mango with sticky rice, which was a great end to a satisfying meal.
In an area brimming with higher-priced cafes and bars, the Moon Bistro is refreshingly affordable. Average costs for entrees are 200-250 baht, until you’re ordering steak, which can set you again about 550 baht tops. A number of meal-in-a-box choices are additionally out there, with prices starting at one hundred twenty baht (not including delivery charges). For extra information, contact Moon Bistro and Restaurant on 092-414 2914. Delivery is free inside a 5km radius..

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