I lived in Thailand 6 years and find it hard to eat Thai food when abroad. I was pleasantly surprised by the food here. Original flavors, but very Thai. Great Thai people operating restaurant. The Pla Choo Chee was amazing.
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After a long walk through this small village and taking in as much as we could on our own, from a cruise tendering on July 31, 2017, we found this very nice and clean local restaurant for a rest. We always try to support local...More
This restaurant has a new name "Inbox" and it's located around the corner at the warehouse of the local shipping company. Just follow the signs. They serve VERY LARGE portions and the food was very authentic and good. It was a nice break from the...More
Nice little resturant. The Chef speaks excellent English and williingly will come out and explain the various dishes. From smoked trout, salmon, haddock, etc. They also have some local beers on tap. Enjoy.
To be honest, the variety of food in Southern Greenland is monotonous at best. The quality varies wildly. This Thai restaurant serves standard fare Thai food. It won't win awards internationally, but it's such a welcome change that even sub par Thai food would be...More
This little odd restaurant at the town square of Qaqortoq looks very cosy and welcoming at first. We were seated by the owner who come from Thailand, and for some reason think that thai food mixed with greenlandic, will survive in Greenland. I was curious,...More
We arrived on the Seabourn Quest for a day in port. Saw the sights then found this restaurant at 11:00AM. Lunch not ready yet so had fruit torts, chocolate cakes and coffee. What a pleasant surprise. We sat at an outside table and people watched....More
One of two restaurants in centre of town in Qaqortoq. Quite good food but lacks spice. Quirky waiter/owner provides interesting cabaret if you order Greenlandic coffee!
Taking into consideration the small amount of eating places in town, this restaurant is good and nicely waited. It is Thai with a hint of Greenlandic.