Make our own Romantic scene at The Glass House Pattaya.The great place to eat as you watch sunset by the crystal clear water, golden sand with lazy wind that blows throughout the year.Comfy upholstered sofas and sofa beds are facing the sea-wonderful spots for watching sunset and for couple to nestle with after-dinner drinks.
“The Sky Gallery Pattaya”, a restaurant on Pratamnak Hill has a second – to – none scenery and a picturesque sunset viewing spot of Pattaya bay. The Sky Gallery Pattaya serves amazing fusion dishes. Customers can enjoy a panoramic view overlooking the sea and changing blue sky, which creates relaxing and romantic atmosphere.
Pu Pen Seafood is one of recommended seafood restaurants in Pattaya. The food is tasty and customers can also enjoy sea-view atmosphere. About almost 30 years ago, this restaurant was established without the name. the restaurant owner let customers who would like to eat fresh crabs choose the living crabs themselves. Then, this restaurant has been named “Pupen” its’ means “living crab”.
Ruen Thai looks like it should be a fine dining restaurant or a tourist-oriented eatery yet, as refined as the food and décor are, the prices are surprisingly good, which is a big part of its appeal for locals. Named after the traditional style of architecture it exhibits, there are nightly Thai music and dance performances to accompany great Thai cuisine. Top choices includes spicy duck curry, roast chicken with vegetable tips, and crumbled shrimp and port rolled and deep-fried.
There is no doubt that Phak Boong Loy Fa has seen plenty of tourists visiting just to find out what the name “flying vegetables” is all about. Somewhat disappointingly, it is actually just another name for the signature dish – stir-fried Morning Glory. This open-sided eatery on Pattaya Klang serves up a broad range of Thai food from its open kitchen at impressively low prices. The set-up in the kitchen is almost street-vendor-esque as, indeed, is most of the rest of the restaurant. This includes the metal tables with plastic chairs, available both out by the street and in the air-conditioned room, as well as the food which is very typically Thai. The menu offers pictures and English translations for each dish, making it tourist-friendly.
A popular seafood eatery for over 30 years, Lungsawai is very easy to find – just keep going along Jomtien Beach Road until you run out of road. There you will find a rustic-styled Thai restaurant which enjoys a cool sea breeze and a fabulous reputation. The unmissable offering is the signature Kan Chiang Pu Neung (steamed sea crab sculls dipped in a unique sauce), while other favourites include stir-fried sea crab with curry powder and Thai orange curry with Rieow Sieow fish eggs. As with most popular Thai restaurants, these exotic flavours are all available at excellent prices.