Those who know Latin a little will think that only drinks are served in this restaurant called Bibo (Drink in Latin), and although it is true that this is how they started, today is more restaurant than anything else.
Run by a young local couple, Bibo specializes in Burmese and Thai food. The menu combines traditional recipes that the cook learned directly from her mother and many own creations that she keeps on innovating every day.
We started tasting the noodle soup called Ohn Noh, a creamy pea soup with coconut milk and chicken. We continued with a traditional tea leaf salad and a Star Bean salad, both very fresh and great to beat the heat. Eugenia knows these were their favorite dishes, but she is not able to pick a winner among them!
As main dishes we ordered sweet pork at Bibo style and the original aromatic fish curry with tamarind sauce, which ended up being my favorite course.
All accompanied by two really good (and huge!) mango and papaya juices.
Finally, just say that since the place is in one of the adjacent streets to the main street, the tranquility is maximum. It’s simple but beautifully decorated with illuminated paper lanterns. The staff and owners are very very easy-going and the quality / price ratio is excellent.