Sunset at Romson Restaurant Rayong

Romson Restaurant, Nam Rin Beach

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Last updated on October 10th, 2017 at 09:47 am

Romson Restaurant Rayong Review

Situated on Nam Rin Beach, Romson Restaurant (or Romson's Restaurant) is well known locally for its great seafood and casual dining atmosphere, and is popular with both Thais and Ex-pats alike. Whilst they are known for their seafood, the restaurant also offers an extensive range of non-seafood dishes. The food is all cooked fresh to order and arrives well presented, and the portions are huge. 

Although there is a large restaurant situated back from the beach, most diners prefer to enjoy their meals on the beach in front of the main restaurant. The light breeze from the ocean and the shade of the mature pine trees that surround the restaurant provide a the prefect setting for a romantic date night or a casual al-fresco meal with family or friends. 

Romson's Seafood

Rayong is renowned for it's seafood and Romson's provides some of the best seafood local to Ban Chang. The Tom Young Goong, came absolutely loaded with some of the freshest prawns I'd ever tasted. Another highlight was the Fried Whole Fish in Sweet and Sour Sauce, I get this dish most places I go and am surprised at how much it varies. This time, the fish came topped with a heap of fresh pineapple and sweet peppers in a sauce that was not overly sweet. Perfect!

Non-Seafood Dishes 

While the main focus at Romson Restaurant is on seafood, the do cater for people like my wife, who outright refuses to eat prawns and most other seafood. The Chicken Satay and Tom Kha Gai were both particularly good here. 

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If Seafood is not your thing there are many other Restaurants in Ban Chang, catering for all tastes.

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Post Author: Richard L

Richard is the husband of an international school teacher in Thailand. A former small business owner, trying his hand at blogging, reviewing and content curation.

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