Built just to the east of the spectacular ruins of the capital of the Ayutthaya kingdom, a Siamese power destroyed by Burmese invasion in the 18th century, Ayutthaya is a modern Thai city studded with archeological wonders. Headless Buddhas and crumbling but still-beautiful reliquary towers and wats give evidence of the majesty of the civilization that was once centered here.
Things to do in Ayutthaya
4 based on 243 reviews
Something sad?dramatic?big? must have happened here since our last visit here nine months ago.
First of all, the young schoolgirl (in school uniform) didn't even bow/wai to us while we came onto the Terrace.
Lots of tables were not available as they had put the chairs up.
The menues we were given were torn and untidy.
The plate they brought me, was not clean. So I had to ask for a new one.
The food came in intervals of five minutes, the 'Roti' that normally arrive first, came last, and only after asking for it three times.
Well, altogether, nothing we want to have again.
4 based on 64 reviews
I know many people worry about market food but it is probably the best food you will ever get.If you are like me and willing to try anything then just order what you think looks good without know what it is. Yes you could have rat or dome other food you have never eaten but you will be surprised that you will like something you would normally not eat. Be adventurous
4 based on 81 reviews
Even though this night market was the smallest of all we visited during our two weeks in Thailand, it had some of the coolest stuff. For example, there was a stand cooking flaming things--very exciting. And we bought some really terrific little coconut-batter-filled morsels that were gooey and tasty and delightful. Good for an hour or so.
4 based on 527 reviews
A small unique house placed in the upper north-east part of Wat Ratcha burana. Upstairs served you a proper breakfast, 'a la carte' (one dish) lunch and full Thai local food dinner. <br><br>Kitchen will be open at 8.00 A.M. - 10.00 P.M. <br>Closed on Monday<br><br>Ground floor is a coffee shop, brew you fresh espresso types, fruit smoothies, sweet bakery and toasted are ready-to-serve. Cafe will be opened everyday from 8.00 A.M. - 8.00 P.M.<br><br>Whenever you visit Ayutthaya, one of the World heritage site in Thailand. Please put Malakor Kitchen & cafe on your mark ...<br>We will served you the comfort meals and beverages with a sense of Ayutthaya atmosphere. <br><br>'Along your journey, let us be your Oasis'<br><br>You're always welcome here<br>Sa-wad-dee _/\_
Good place to go in the evening, excellent food, adequate prices. Careful with the red peppers!! Needed a smoothie afterwards.
3.5 based on 268 reviews
Nothing too exiting about this place. Decent Anglo-saxon oriented food ( why would people go for this kind of food remains a mystery to me). Thai dishes were the usual (well made, in this case) boring stuff: Massaman curry, fried chicken w/ basil etc etc zzzzzzzzzzzzzz. Ayutaya is Not a place for Thai cuisine gourmets, so I guess that place is ...hmmmm ....ok (oh! Very clean public areas)
4.5 based on 550 reviews
Opposite Wat Mahathat.Chikul Road.
Hubby and I both wanted something other then rice or soup for breakfast. Found this place! Both had croissants, which were delicious. And I had fruit with yogurt! Thanks for having us!
4 based on 43 reviews
Like others we asked our tour guide to take us somewhere local which was not on the tourist trail. This place looks clean, has decent furniture and a good lunch menu. We picked a number of options and just shared them between ourselves. Everything looked fresh and was well presented - quality was as good as you get in more expensive places. Only downsides for me were the toilets and no beer! Would certainly use again.
4 based on 125 reviews
The Sevensea's is a family run Pub and Restaurant situated opposite the Train Station in Ayutthaya. We offer a variety a dishes, from delicious Thai food, Grilled Steaks, Fresh Baguettes and much more. We welcome everyone, so please come and check us out.
They serve pretty average Thai food at slightly above average prices. The staff were nice helpful and fun. The Long Island iced tea was long on coke and not much else. You do get to sit a bit screened from the street by some plants and the beers were proper chilled. Just along the street in front of Tescos was a noodle stall with Seating. The food there looked better
4 based on 195 reviews
The architecture reminded me of Aveson Six Senses Spa near Hua Hin, chic and private although obviously on a smaller scale. Location by the river is great and the furniture is modern and comfy, some more shade at lunch time would be a good idea.
Food wise it’s a little toned down but god nonetheless. River prawns with red curry, fried snakehead fish with a yummy tamarind sauce and Chayote fried in Fai Daeng manner was lovely. Ice cream really good quality especially raspberry. I’d happily return for dinner or lunch.
4 based on 93 reviews
An Authentic Thai Restaurant and Riverside Bar located along the Pa Sak river in Ayutthaya. Offering a unique dining experience & relaxing atmosphere while you take in the soothing sounds of the river, surrounded by artwork from local artists depicting life along the river. Or take in the sights whilst dining on our traditional Thai Rice barge as it glides gently along the waterways.
Went here with the boyfriend for a nice evening dinner. We had some soup, pad thai, homemade fermented pork and chicken with black pepper. All the dishes where perfect and of much higher quality then the other restaurants. 585 bath for the 4 dishes + rice + beer and pineapple juice. Very nice live music!
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