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Some of the best in Mae Sot - Review by Casa Mia, Mae Sot, Thailand
Dining is quite good, but my favorite part of Casa Mia is the friendliness of the personnel and the relaxing ambience. It is a favorite meeting place for some of the longer expatriates who are kind and accessible to visitors looking for advice on Mae Sot and its surroundings. The Casa Mia serves a wide range of Thai dishes, some Thai dishes (including breakfasts from 0800), a good choice of local dishes, pizzas and pastas, as well as some Myanmar dishes.
There' s also a good choice of vegetable meals, and most of Thailand's meals can be prepared with beef and cashew nuts. You can also have the meals prepared as vegans by requesting them "jae" (e.g. "pad khai jae" or "pad kiu jae").
Personnel are kind, they are usually *fast* to fill up your snifter, and if you imagine and ask the name of your servers, your services will be so much better. You will find the car on a highway off the beaten track (Intharakhiri), the same highway as the Gulf Driver's Resort, just past the Irrawaddy Resort towards the coach terminal and university.
Casa Mia 2 is located on the Phannu Guesthouse opposite the town. Deliveries are also possible (with a basic shipping charge of approximately 20 bahts per order). The two places are non-smoking, although Casa Mia 2 seems to have a smokers' street to the washing rooms. Though the value of the meal is not poor as far as Thai cooking is concerned, the Casa Mia's Casa Mia offers 40-50 bahts for the traditional Thai meal, which could taste 25-30 beats. The advantage of an British meal and (reasonably) English-speaking server is the added value of eating at Casa Mia.
Casa Mia 2 also offers a free WLAN access. FCYI - Casa Mia 1 is closing on Saturdays; Casa Mia 2 is closing on Mondays.