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Bampot Kitchen Comes To Laguna Area

Category: Tourism, Posted:16 Jan 2015 | 06:00 am

One new dining outlet high on our radar is the soon to open Bampot Kitchen & Bar.
Chef Jamie Wakeford is manning the kitchen with a stylish offering of quality Western cuisine.
A full-time mixologist will be on hand to raise the bar on the local cocktail scene.
Initially the restaurant will focus on dinner traffic, though open for lunch on the weekend.
The eatery is located on the entrance road into Laguna Phuket near another notable new arrival Caf Med, from the same group that operates le Winch in Boat Lagoon.

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