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It doesn’t matter how many Phuket restaurant options there are, if you don’t know about them, what’s the point? If you’ve no way to compare them, how can you decide?

Yet dining out in Phuket — whether for a special occasion at a restaurant brimming with atmosphere, or for a casual local Thai-style lunch – is probably the most important, and potentially one of the most memorable, elements of your visit to the tropical island of  Read more ...

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Culinary Detective: Kata Rocks shines in uncertain times
The sunset view from the dining terrace at Kata Rocks.
Culinary Detective: Shakers in the South
Olivier and his team at Shakers.
Inaugural Thailand Plant-Based Food Awards open for voting
The 2020 Plant-Based Food Awards. Photo: Root The Future
The Culinary Detective: Getting the 9th Degree
Tapas at the 9th Degree Restaurant at Boat Lagoon.
Cafe Society: Creating a Coffee Culture
Coffee Culture bridges the gap and brings local coffee lovers a range of beans from Thai coffee growers and roasters. Photo: Supplied
A Meal With… Craig Burton, putting diet facts on the table
Baz Daniel (left) with Craig Burton, who gives a healthy reminder of what we should have been doing all along.
The Culinary Detective: Phuket’s fine restaurants reset for post-lockdown launch
Chef Jimmy is all smiles as he prepares for PRU’s post-COVID lockdown relaunch. Photo: Supplied
The Culinary Detective: Phuket chefs maintain regimen of healthy eating, exercise during lockdown
Good food and staying healthy has been the recipe for lockdown living for the chefs of Phuket. Photos: Supplied
The Culinary Detective: Chefs during Lockdown
Clockwise: Jim, Mark, Morten, Seumas, Seumas with Boris. Photos: Supplied
A Meal With: Fine dining gone viral
After the virus wave has passed, the tables will turn at the 9th Floor. Photo: Supplied.
Cafe Society: Spice up your cup with a Dirty Chai
Delicious coffees, teas and smoothies, and sumptuous cakes, await. Photos: Amy Bensema

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Phuket restaurant: Editor's pick of the month


PRU (Plant.Raise.Understand), inspired by the different eco-systems of Thailand, is a signature dining

JARAS Restaurant
JARAS Restaurant

Overlooking the stunning Kamala beach, Jaras fine-dining restaurant brings local flavours to life

Rock Salt
Rock Salt

Rock Salt is a popular beachside restaurant with an idyllic position overlooking the Andaman Sea.

Kata Rocks Oceanfront Clubhouse
Kata Rocks Oceanfront Clubhouse

Located right on the oceanfront, featuring authentic Mediterranean & Thai delicacies

The Local Kitchen
The Local Kitchen

Newest food outlet offering authentic high-quality Thai food, using the freshest produce

Little Paris
Little Paris

Relaxing atmosphere for a beautiful dining experience. Enjoy the authentic taste of France

Editor's choice:

Phuket restaurant reviews

The Kata Rocks Clubhouse photo
The Kata Rocks Clubhouse

@ Kata Rocks

We arrive amid a wild tropical storm. But nothing fazes Kata Rocks; this establishment rightly prides itself on scrupulous attention to detail. Whisked away by buggy to the serene calm of the oceanfront... Read more ...
The Kata Rocks Clubhouse photo

Phuket restaurant recipe:

Cumin spiced Australian lamb cutlet

by Rock Salt

Originally from England, from the Gourmet capital market town Ludlow in Shropshire I have been working the past 20 years ...

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