La Risato @Ao Nang, Krabi

I thought normally branded stuff will have different name for their pirated stuff. For example, Adidas becomes Abibas, Nike becomes Neke, Gucci becomes Gussi and many even restaurants also have which is La Risata, an Italian restaurant that is very famous in Malaysia becomes La Risato in Thailand. This restaurant is managed by a group of either Bangladeshi or Sri Lankan...definitely not local. Since most of the shops and restaurants are closing after 10pm, so I left with no choice but to choose this restaurant and hoping their food will be good.

Their interior design
This is how it looks like when you are looking out from the restaurant. Wi-fi is available in this restaurant too. Wi-fi in Thailand is super fast unlike in Malaysia which you will only feel the speed when the place equipped with UniFi.
Addicted to Coke lately due to the freaking hot weather.
Raad Na Seafood 180฿
Outlook: 2/5
Creativity: 2/5
Taste: 2/5
Price: 2/5
Overall: 2/5 - Not going to order any Italian food over here since we are at Thailand. So we had this Raad Na Seafood which is consists of prawns and squid which is not fresh and the portion is so small and expensive!
Green Curry Seafood  @220฿
Outlook: 1/5
Creativity: 1/5
Taste: 3/5
Price: 2/5
Overall: 1/5 - Should be called Green Curry Brinjal instead! The seafood is only the prawn which is not fresh. Luckily the green curry gravy is still quite good.

Their service is very very bad! Before you enter the restaurant, they will praise you and bragging how good their food is. Once you entered the restaurant, they started to perform their bad service by rushing you to order, no more smile, slow service and many more. I learned my lesson. Never enter a restaurant which is not managed by the locals when they are not serving their own country food. Argghhh....when I can have a good meal at Krabi???

Total Damage: 510฿
Ambiance: 3/5
Service: 1/5
Food Serving Speed: Slow
Recommended?: Highly not recommended.

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