Author Topic: Getting back to normal  (Read 219 times)

Online Taman Tun

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Getting back to normal
« on: June 17, 2020, 09:36:33 AM »
One of our favourite places to eat in Korat is the barbecue restaurant in San-Prasit Road. (Just round the corner from Stories)  We were sad when the place closed due to Covid, but we were still able to order home deliveries complete with charcoal.  Then when they eventually opened again we were able to return and enjoy the barbecues, but without beer.  Last night we went again and were able to wash down the food with some beer.  Thee is one final step to go.  Last night the beer was served by the waiting staff and not by the beer ladies.  I think the beer ladies will not return until the bars reopen.
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Re: Getting back to normal - Jetliner restaurant Korat
« Reply #1 on: June 17, 2020, 07:37:24 PM »

Thanks for that T.T. now here's a novelty the Jetliner restaurant Korat lets hope it takes off, business wise that is. An entrepreneur in Korat province is transforming an Airbus A330 jetliner into a restaurant, hoping his new business will take off after months of being grounded by lockdown restrictions. 33 year old Sirikorn Phimparat, manager of Airways Land, says the aircraft is now being refurbished as a tourist attraction and unique, quirky dining option. good luck, sometimes pays to have your head in the clouds, the airline food will be seriously upgraded when the restaurant opens later this year.  it don't just stop there, to make the visit worthwhile , The new adventure park will also allow visitors to trot, canter or gallop straight into another fantasy world.
Airways Land, Ban Nong Tat Yai, Nakhon Ratchasima, facebook.com
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