One day trying to find a short cut home after shopping at the local Tesco Lotus I came across a narrow Soi that runs parallel with the 1001, the main road out to our Moo Baan.  The road itself does offer a useful short-cut but more importantly there are a couple of very nice eating/drinking spots along the way. One that has just opened is called Eat on Earth.

In an area not renowned for any sort of farang places this is a very welcome change. The place has been built from scratch with top quality materials and design and incorporates an extensive and beautifully laid out garden. It has now become a stop-off point for us on the way home for a large cold beer, which shared between the two of us works out at $3.30.

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Inside the cafe part of the building. A good range of drinks including beers and wine plus some yummy looking cakes.

A very modern, clean design with a rendered wall effect that I am going to try to replicate when I build in Si Bun Ruang.

A very modern, clean design with a rendered wall effect that I am going to try to replicate when I build in Si Bun Ruang.

An iced coffee for me and a mango, pineapple smoothie for Gaun. Cost $6.00.

An iced coffee for me and a mango, pineapple smoothie for Gaun. Cost $6.00.

Looking from the garden back to the main building. The tables on the terrace have small fans built in underneath to help blow mosquitoes away and presumably keep your feet cool too!

Looking from the garden back to the main building. The tables on the terrace have small fans built in underneath to help blow mosquitoes away and presumably keep your feet cool too!

This was a empty piece of land when they started. The central water feature is just brilliant.

This was a empty piece of land when they started. The central water feature is just brilliant.

A shady setting and paths, which is a real plus in the heat.

A shady setting and paths, which is a real plus in the heat.

The meals are more expensive than elsewhere but the atmosphere and professional staff more than make up for the extra cost.

Trip Advisor entry here

Copy and paste this into Google Earth: N18 49.738 E099 01.199

Updated 7 October 2014

New photos taken just recently. Staff are now all uniformed and the gardens have developed nicely.

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See you there.