As far I able to judge, this buffet is not a headline place among the tourists. Comparing with “Ninja”, at least. Nevertheless, our family consider this place as a unique, because here the guest can be fully surrounded by Thai cuisine culture.
The “Nai Pur” is opened since 16.00 P.M till 1.00. Guests can be staying the buffet during all working hours.
Numerous audience, in vast majority, consists of local residents, coming here after work, school and to celebrate some events. There is a basic knowledge English language, in the Buffet. Even music here is Thai. At the same time, I doubt whether unknowing of English could be a problem for visitors. It is all because you can achieve mutual understanding with help of translators or at least with gestures. The staff is a young, kindly Thai guys and girls.
The buffet cost 275 baht per one person. You have to extra pay for drinks in case of its order. Initially, when we had known about this place, the price was 199 baht per person. To be frankly, we suspected that the price for local residents can be differed from the price was announced for us. Anyway, I tend to think, that 275 baht per person is reasonably enough.
In Nai Pur there is a plenty of places. You can choose the way of cooking: on some table there are an electric stoves and pots, on some tables there is a wok. Also, you can cook your dishes on an open fire.
As for range of food, there are more than various suggestion. There are: fried dishes, garnishes, fresh vegetables and fruits, maki (just a few kinds), starters, several types of ice-cream, a lot of marinated meat (chicken, pork, fish, beef and giblets). Of course, there are a different seafood- shrimps, squids, scallops, mussels).
In other words, I can recommend this place for visitors, who really like to eat “to the full”. There was no negative aspects we detected. So, we'll come back, for sure.
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