Thai Fried Chicken

Breezeo Resto, Pattaya, Thailand

During my visit to Pattaya, Thailand, about 1 year ago, I had an early dinner in Breezeo Resto with my friends. As you can guess from the restaurant name I mentioned, Breezeo, this restaurant is located just right on the seaside of Royal Cliff Hotel’s private beach. It’s one of the few places in Pattaya where you can enjoy the cuisine along with the fresh and clean breeze in a peaceful place.

We first ordered a fresh thai coconut..

Thai Coconut
Thai Coconut

And here goes the appetizer. Thai Spring Roll! I don’t know what’s so special about this spring roll actually. Because basically, this spring roll is just the same with the spring roll I found in Indonesia.

Thai Spring Roll
Thai Spring Roll

And here is the famous seafood salad. People call it Yum Talay. Although it says that it is a salad, but this one doesn’t have a lot of vegetables in it. Most of them are just seafood. Yum Talay is commonly served as an appetizer. It’s pretty spicy, though.

I don’t really like how they combine seafoods into a salad, it’s kinda weird actually. But I myself loveee the seafood here. The seafood was sooo fresh that it must have been in the ocean an hour before.

Thai Seafood Salad
Thai Seafood Salad (Yum Talay)

Who doesn’t love Pad Thai? Even before I went to Thailand, I often order this dish in a restaurant in Jakarta. Pad Thai is a stir-fried rice noodles with tamarin sauce. It’s one of Thailand’s national dishes! So if you visit Thailand, you must try this one.

Pad Thai
Pad Thai
Thai Fried Chicken
Thai-style Fried Chicken

And here is the must-order food when you’re in Thailand. The famous tom yum soup! My favorite.

Tom Yam
Tom Yum Soup

In the evening, we can watch the sunset view while enjoying our food. Ah how I love Pattaya.

Location : Royal Cliff Beach Hotel, Pattaya, Thailand

Opening hours : 11 am – 22.30 pm
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