Saturday, June 21, 2008
Friday, June 20, 2008
My Rating for Mama’s Kitchen: (3/6)
Roads on Phi Phi Island are not named but if they were, the one Mama’s is on would be called ‘Main Street’ as it is the busiest in the area.
Basically, come off the pier and turn right. Keep on walking for about 100 meters till you see Mama’s on the left-hand side.
Wood throughout with a high thatched roof and bamboo walls, it’s very cool and very tropical. Banana trees leaves poke over the hallway walls.
A lot of the restaurant’s artwork on the walls and in the hallway is that of Bobol, an expatriate French artist living in Phuket.
There is a modest bar with a mirror behind a couple of rows of optics and a darts board in the corner. Low-slung lighting makes a statement in the nighttime and during the day Mama’s is a good people-watching spot.
My Rating for Thai Style Duck Noodle: (3/6)
We had Duck noodle when we arrived in Krabi, our tour guide told us its famous and delicious dishes. All the tourists will be brought to this rural place where you won’t really able to find it by yourself without anyone to guide you there.
A simple hut
Thai style duck noodle soup – kind of like bak kut teh soup