It was a chilly night. I just arrived from Jerusalem and was driving to my parents’ home when my phone rang. A friend I haven’t seen for a long time asked if I wanted to meet and eat somewhere. I said – “Why not. Where do you want to eat?”

That’s how I got to know The Thai Corner (הפינה התאילנדית).

This cute little place, divided to a Thai stall and a suchi restaurant, is located across the road from the Central Bus Station in Eilat. You can’t see it from the street, because it’s hidden behind some trees and bushes, at the back of the square.

The staff at the counter smiled at us when we showed up, asked how we are doing and what we want to order. My friend is a vegan. She had loads of options on the menu, and they were all reasonably priced. I found a lot of options, too. I wasn’t planning to order any meat anyway, but if you’re planning on something meaty, you’ll find plenty of options. All reasonably priced. I don’t remember anything over 50-60 Shekels, and most things are around the 40 Shekels.

After we ordered, we chose to sit outside. All the waiters asked us if we’re sure we want to do that. “Are you sure you don’t want to sit inside? It’s really cold outside,” they said, and we didn’t believe them. But after a few minutes we understood what they were talking about. Nevertheless, we stayed outside.

The meals arrived within a few minutes. They were made of the spot. My noodles were excellent and the portion was perfect! If you’re looking for a reasonably priced, yummy place, that provides people not only with meat options, but also with vegeterian and vegan options, make your way to The Thai Corner. Perfect, quiet place!

Where? City Center Plaza 8, in front of the Central Bus Station.

Opening Hours: Sundays until Thursdays from 9:00 to 21:00.

Prices: $-$$

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Yours,

Lior (:

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