Narima’s large, airy restaurant provides the central focus of your stay here.
|With its breathtaking, high-ceiling, traditional Thai grass-woven roof, stunning views over Narima’s private bay and hand carved wooden furniture, it is a place to relax and read a book as much as somewhere to sample some of Thailand’s fabulous cuisine.|
|Guests congregate here to socialise, enjoy the cool breeze rolling in from the sea during the evenings, drink cocktails, and of course, to tuck into the fantastic array of Thai and European food, creatively prepared by Narima’s professionally trained chefs.|
|The menu offers a wonderful variety of food, from light snacks and salads, to a full à la Carte menu.|
Narima's state-of-the-art kitchen is impressive and can be seen through large windows from the restaurant. It's reassuring to look at the endless counters of gleamingly clean stainless steel and see your food being prepared freshly as you order.
Most Thai dishes only take a few minutes to prepare, so you never have to wait long for a steaming, tasty dish to be set before you.
|Only the freshest local ingredients are used to prepare your food. Many dishes can be altered to suit your taste and we have a large range of vegetarian dishes on our menu.|
|A trip to Ko Lanta is not complete without sampling some of the delicious, fresh seafood that is on offer. We visit the fisherman's market each day to buy the freshest ingredients.|
|The restaurant is filled with a fantastic collection of rustic wooden furniture. It comes from the northern provinces of Thailand and is made from re-claimed and recycled heavy wood, such as - old cart-wheels and railway sleepers. Some items are made from whole trees.|
|Yodchai's impressive DVD and CD collection is housed in a huge cupboard made from a whole tree trunk. There are well over 300 movies to choose from which you can watch on the huge communal TV in the restaurant.|