The menu is in English as well as Thai (and no, pavlova was not on it) with a variety of meats on offer. We chose garlic bread, French fries and rump steak. What we didn't realised was that main course came with a green salad and French fries, so we overdid it on the chips! There was a good vinaigrette on the salad which made a pleasant change as you often get salad cream here (which, like every other condiment, has a sweet taste). After we'd ordered, Mr John realised we hadn't been asked how we'd like our steaks cooked.
We got the attention of our lovely waiter, who had a few English words at his disposal, and went for "rare" as we thought medium-rare was pushing our luck. I'd opened up my Thai App and was showing him the word "rare" when he indicated I should speak to chef. At this stage I didn't know the chef was fluent in English and so I showed him my phone saying "rare" at which point he said....yeah sure!! I was a little mortified but think I successfully managed to laugh it off.
The steaks aren't as thick as you'd get say in Australia but I've yet to see beef cattle here, so what else would you expect. They were well cooked, nice and juicy and the whole meal came to 435 baht which we thought was good value for money. It could have cost us less as we were pretty stuffed having had two lots of chips but we're already planning our next trip and won't make the same mistake!