It looked very busy when we arrived. I guess it was peak hour so we popped back into Danny's for a few beers and we could see when the rush was over. Just after nine all the screaming kids and their parents had left leaving those that live in the grown-up world to enjoy their dinner in peace. I opted for the spicy chicken cooked with basil rice and fried veg; still makes me dribble now, it was so good. My partner had oh um oh well spaghetti bolognese. This was a great meal and less than half the price of the one on the beach. We stayed longer after we finished our meal and had a few more icy beers. I ended up feeding a street full of stray dogs with the left-overs from the restaurant; even the woman working there gave me bits of chicken to give to them, poor things.
We headed for the 7 Eleven and stocked up on beers, went hunting for somewhere to eat. Our American friends knew Patong very well and we were soon sat down, going through a huge menu.
We decided to order about six main courses between us and and share. It was a mouthwatering feast. You just can't beat Thai food: spicy with a fresh clean taste.