Breakfast is served at the Green Oak Bistro, located on the second level of the lobby. Here is what you can expect from the breakfast.
The cereal station.
This is what my breakfast looked like. I really liked the Pad Thai. I also had ham, bacon, scrambled eggs, a sausage, toast, dim sum and some boiled rice with meatballs.
Apart from breakfast, we also had dinner at the Green Oak Bistro.
We got to try Escape’s specialities during our stay there.
We got a side of bread and butter while waiting for our mains to come.
This is the Escape Barbecue Platter. If you are at Escape Khao Yai on a weekend, the Escape Yard would be open and you can have this outside in the garden.
The platter we had consisted of beef steak, lamb, chicken breast, pork, potato, salmon, mussels, squid and prawns.
The prawn was a little dry for my liking and the squid was really chewy. I quite liked the mussels but I would say the salmon was my favourite seafood dish.
The lamb was my favourite meat for sure. I liked the beef steak as well but I found the chicken and pork a little too hard and dry.
This is the Escape Salad (240฿) which I really loved. I didn’t think I would finish the salad when there was so much meat and seafood around but this salad was really delicious. I loved the freshness of it (they grow their own vegetables by the way) and I especially loved the mushrooms and eggplant. Overall, I seriously enjoyed this salad.
This is called the DIY Spicy Salmon (380฿). You are suppose to take a piece of lettuce and fill it up with all the ingredients. Onions, lime, nuts, chilli padi, throw them all in and of course, do not forget the salmon.
With such special meals, why not try some of their speciality cocktails such as Sangria Cocktail (300฿) or Wild Honey Old Fashioned Cocktail (300฿).
Don’t leave Escape Khao Yai without trying their ice cream!
I was feeling some Ben and Jerry vibes from this and I would not mind more of their ice cream anytime. Meaning of course, I loved it.