Thetraveljunkie.org – While I was in Ratchaburi, I went to a Thai lunch at the Suan Silp Baan Din. The place is an arts centre nestled peacefully in a mango tree orchard.
From the outside, it looked pretty unassuming, boring and plain.
But taking a step inside, and we were greeted with an eclectic mix of retro furniture, ethnic materials, funky bits and pieces, vintage this and that, 60’s and 70’s tune.
It had a very cool and relaxed atmosphere. I like it immediately!
Baan Din means a clay hut, is both a performance venue and an institute for performing art.
We arrived at 12.30pm. It wasn’t busy or noisy. The waitstaff were friendly.
And here’s what we ate:
The food we ate was very Thai, fresh, light, tasty and delicious.
All of us thoroughly enjoyed the meal. I adored the interior, the atmosphere and the vibe. We left feeling really good that we didn’t over-stuff ourselves and very happy about our overall experience.
I will definitely be back!
Suan Silp Baan Din
90 moo 5 Jed-Samian
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