Restaurant offering feasts in a flood becomes a Thai rainy season hit

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It’s the rainy season in Thailand, and the Chao Phraya River has been breaking its banks – a situation that inadvertently created a unique dining experience in a riverside restaurant that has become famous overnight. Located directly on the riverbank, one Bangkok restaurant has made a virtue out of necessity during flooding by simply leaving the wooden tables and chairs out amid rising water levels, offering guests the chance to enjoy their food in the flood. The idea is currently a massive hit in Nonthaburi, in the north of Bangkok. “We are fully booked,” says Titiporn Jutimanon, head of the …

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