In 2007, Marco, the restaurant’s owner, from southern France, opened a little restaurant in the Loi Kroh tourist district. The restaurant was so successful that it was able to annex the neighboring shop and double its size. Even still, it is difficult to get a table there on weekends or during the high season without a reservation. The menu is specifically French and generally Mediterranean. There is no “fusion,” but dishes have been selected to be appropriate for the hotter Thai climate, so there are no heavy dishes. Of course, Marco keeps a wide range of fairly priced wines. In addition to French dishes, tapas and some appropriate Thai food are also available.