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Wat Mongkolratanaram Temple, Fort Walton Beach

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  • We are regulars for the Sunday lunch. It's lovely to sit out in the yard and watch the children play while you enjoy your lunch at a shady picnic table. Today's vegetable vendors had some truly specta...  more »
  • We arrived last on a Sunday afternoon. This is an interesting little spot and the food being cooked smelled really good. Next time we will try to get there a little earlier in the day. 
  • Sundays 10am-2pm you can get authentic Thai food for a great price. Be sure to visit the outdoor market! 
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  • Great chicken.
  • The Sunday food and market 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., is wonderful with Thai ladies cooking a variety dishes in front of your eyes to your heat preference: fried bananas, green papaya salads, pad Thai, spring rolls, noodle soups, and coconut rice pancakes. The market supports the monks and the temple. The temple features a large gold Buddha welcoming visitors.