I asked my grandson whether he had ever had Thai food which tends to be spicy. He said he was OK with that, so we went to the Thai Thai Restaurant. This restaurant was in a building with a TruValue, a laundromat, an art/gift store and an ATM. We parked down at the TruValue end.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday 12:00PM-9:00PM
Saturday & Sunday 12:00PM-9:00PM
Last Seating At 8:30PM
Favorite Dish: I ordered cranberry juice to drink and it came with a blossom in it. I wasn't sure whether to eat it or not. I also got Yellow Curry which is one of the milder ones and has potato in it. It came with rice. My grandson got a very big bowl of beef noodle soup. We each tried the other one's food. He didn't make very big inroads into the soup as he was having trouble with the noodles - they were slippery.
I wanted to order coconut ice cream which I knew he wouldn't want so I suggested that he try coffee ice cream and he said he liked that.
The last four photos are of the menu.
We went to this place on a cold rainy night. We wanted to get a quick dinner so I could go out and see the volcano at night.
Favorite Dish: I had a beef noodle soup which was good but hard to eat because the noodles were slippery. I DID like the coffee ice cream
It was almost time for lunch, so we left the park and went into the town of Volcano. No McDonalds here.
I stopped at a general store/cafe place and decided to look in the store side first and get something for breakfast the next morning. My grandson picked out a package of cold cereal (which he eats without milk), and got a coke, and I got a muffin. Then I saw that they had hot dogs and also hamburgers, so he got a hamburger and I got a hot dog which we ate on the way back to the park.
Located at Volcano House. Overlooks the cauldera, and the view alone is worth the price of the meal. Buffet serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Favorite Dish: Food was ok, usual breakfast fare. Pineapple juice was outstanding but was more engrossed with what was outside the windows.
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