The restaurant had a great view of the bridge. They had a buffet area as well a la carte dining. The buffet wasn’t impressive at all since most of the food was carbs. The prices on the menu were on a high side so we left the restaurant in search of an alternative.
I liked this restaurant even more. It had a spectacular view of the river and the place was more modern. It even had a small waterfall in the bathroom. It was also one of the cleanest we’ve used during our entire trip.
This salad made of peanuts, cashews and dried shrimp and squid was everyone’s instant favorite. We’ve never tried anything like this in Manila. Each ingredient had it’s own level of crunchiness and the strong, salty flavors of the dried seafood just complemented the milder nuts.
cashew, peanut & dried seafood salad
We were still dreaming of the fried rice we had the night before so we ordered fried rice again. Even though this fried rice was also served with fresh lime and fish sauce, somehow it wasn’t as good.
The fish was very delicate and tender and the flavor of the coconut curry sauce was fragrant and delicious but it was way too spicy. I could feel my throat burning as I swallowed. Only Chris was strong enough to consume the spicy fish.
dry curry kang fish
All the desserts were actually the same with a coconut cream base and just different contents. Some were soft and chewy, others were crunchy and all of them were fantastic. Cold, sweet and refreshing. My type of dessert.
fantasy trio ball in coconut cream
We took our sweet time eating and taking pictures that we arrived at the Tiger Temple at 3:30 to find it closed already. We didn’t know that they close daily at 3:15 pm. We were so disappointed. We really wanted to play around with the cute tiger cubs.
Keeree Tara Restaurant
43 / 1, Tha Makham, Muang Kanchanaburi,
Kanchanaburi 71000 Thailand