True enough, it was already around 11:00am when we finally decided to move and head to Pub Street. Unfortunately, Ta Som’s tuk-tuk driver was not around to take us to the Old Market for free so we had to pay one of the tuk-tuks waiting outside $1.5 for a 5-minute ride. -_- His initial quote was $2 and I tried haggling it to $1, alas. When you’re traveling on a limited budget, every dollar counts so don’t judge! :p
|Clockwise: Red Curry with rice and shake – $3; Stir Fried Chicken in Lemon Sauce with rice and shake – $3; Fried Spring Rolls – $1.75|
|L: Chocolate Ring-A-Ding – $3.30 | R: Chocolate Trio – $3.80|
I wasn’t able to take pictures of everything but as with any other buffet spread there’s the bread/pastry, pasta, salad, noodle, and dessert section. Obviously most of the entrees are of Asian cuisine.
As people filled up the restaurant, guests were serenaded with folk music. Good thing I was already back in my seat when the show started. The folk dancers came out and did about three sets which I surmise were depictions of rural life like rice planting and fishing. It’s actually quite similar to our own folk dance which made me wonder if we do shows like these back home for tourism because I could see the other foreigners enjoying it.
|Highlight of the show: Apsara Dance|