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Post by milkman » November 27, 2014, 7:41 pm

My wife and I went there for lunch today, and it was nothing but fabulous! It's right by the lake, looks beautiful! Food was terrific, at same price as other restaurants in town, which is to say, not much. We were the only customers when we went around 1, so no waiting for anything. I hope sometime to go at night, as I hear the place looks even more beautiful then.



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Post by mortiboy » November 27, 2014, 8:10 pm

Yes This restaurant is the tops.Food is excellent.
Right on the edge of a lake. Which is being transformed into a beautiful park area.
Better than Nong Prajak lake!
Certain Evenings, there is live music Thai, and Western.
Mai mee tahng !

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Post by samster » November 27, 2014, 9:19 pm

A 3rd thumbs up! Went a couple of sundays ago and food and ambience brilliant

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Christmas Eve dinner at Tha Naam Restaurant

Post by davery » December 22, 2014, 4:18 pm

Greetings

Christmas Eve Dinner at Tha Naam restaurant starting at 5 pm... Turkey and all the trimmings. 450 baht per person.

24th December

For Reservations call 081-954-3298

Cheers

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Tha Naam Restaurant, superb!

Post by vincemunday » March 28, 2017, 7:11 am

We were recommended to try this restaurant and what a great recommendation it was! Forget Maeya, forget the rather nasty Samuay and most of the other "established" restaurants in town, this is the newish kid on the block and it beats them all by a country mile, and then some. The first thing to mention is the surroundings, very appealing, it has a proper Thai feel and it's nice and open so you get the breeze. The owners are very friendly, they introduced themselves and made sure we were comfortable, they're lovely people. We had deep fried fish with herbs, green curry, chicken and cashew, crab in yellow curry, pak goong and steamed rice. I'm a bit spoilt, my wife just happens to be an excellent Thai chef but I have to say, with the exception of the green curry which was a little too mild for me it was all absolutely spot on and just how it should be. Please don't take my criticism of the green curry out of context, I'm used to it being very fiery (my wife is also Esan) and this was tamed down for western taste, I shall ask them to cook it full pelt next time, yes there will be a next time and another and another.... the bill for reference came to 400 baht a head, very reasonable for the quality of the food, this is definitely worth a try, there is lots of parking here too.
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Post by parrot » August 7, 2017, 5:15 pm

Tha Naam got a nice writeup in the latest Chamber of Commerce publication
https://www.facebook.com/udonchamber/ph ... =3&theater

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Post by Udon Map » September 27, 2018, 11:02 am

Jam at Tha Naam Sunday 30th September, 1-5pm.

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Re: Tha Naam Restaurant, superb!

Post by pal52 » September 27, 2018, 4:33 pm

vincemunday wrote:
March 28, 2017, 7:11 am
We were recommended to try this restaurant and what a great recommendation it was! Forget Maeya, forget the rather nasty Samuay and most of the other "established" restaurants in town, this is the newish kid on the block and it beats them all by a country mile, and then some. The first thing to mention is the surroundings, very appealing, it has a proper Thai feel and it's nice and open so you get the breeze. The owners are very friendly, they introduced themselves and made sure we were comfortable, they're lovely people. We had deep fried fish with herbs, green curry, chicken and cashew, crab in yellow curry, pak goong and steamed rice. I'm a bit spoilt, my wife just happens to be an excellent Thai chef but I have to say, with the exception of the green curry which was a little too mild for me it was all absolutely spot on and just how it should be. Please don't take my criticism of the green curry out of context, I'm used to it being very fiery (my wife is also Esan) and this was tamed down for western taste, I shall ask them to cook it full pelt next time, yes there will be a next time and another and another.... the bill for reference came to 400 baht a head, very reasonable for the quality of the food, this is definitely worth a try, there is lots of parking here too.
So you do visit Restaurants which do not have air-conditioning even though it was 18 months ago & not in the cool season.
If you want to tell porky pies you have to have a good memory.

Anyway all joking aside could the Sponsor please post a menu (Photo of the present Menu) with drink choices available.
It does seem like a nice place to visit for a Sunday especially with the Jam Sessions they have arranged.

Hope it attracts more customers as it would make the afternoon more enjoyable with maybe more people joining in the Jam Session.

It would make a nice change for a Sunday Afternoon instead of the usual Sunday Roast Lunch.

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Post by vincemunday » September 27, 2018, 7:01 pm

I do sometimes go to restaurants without air con, but rarely by choice, we went here on an invite from a gentleman who posts on here quite a bit, we had a lovely time, it wasn't a hot evening, the hosts are very welcoming and the food was better than most and if you haven't been here I'd recommend you give it a try.
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Post by Old Grumpy » September 27, 2018, 8:40 pm

vincemunday wrote:
September 27, 2018, 7:01 pm
I do sometimes go to restaurants without air con, but rarely by choice, we went here on an invite from a gentleman who posts on here quite a bit, we had a lovely time, it wasn't a hot evening, the hosts are very welcoming and the food was better than most and if you haven't been here I'd recommend you give it a try.
The last time I went they did have an aircon room available, we sat in there . :-"
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Post by vincemunday » September 27, 2018, 8:44 pm

Quite right OG, they have an air con room available and had it been a hot night we would have used it. One of the advantages of this place though as you most likely know is that it's quite open and the breeze gets through, all in all we had a nice evening there
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Post by choi choi » September 29, 2018, 11:04 am

There is Jam there tomorrow (Sunday).Not in the restaurant.A purpose built studio at the rear.
If your an old rocker you will like it! Sherbet and grub available. 2pm til 5pm........A/C inc! (Not the band)

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