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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 Phuket.
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Advertisements are everywhere. Every restaurant in Phuket is ‘the best’. But at what? Do the ads tell you what it will cost, what’s on the menu? How much you’ll pay for a bottle of wine? Or, often, even where the place is?
Without real information, too many visitors take pot-luck, or go with the tuk-tuk driver’s commission-based recommendation.
Many stay with one or two familiar places, having had one disappointment too many — and no time to waste.
Most miss out on the fabulous array of dining opportunities Phuket offers.
And that’s where Where to Eat comes in: Consistent, reliable up-to-date information on restaurants in Phuket that puts the choice where it belongs — with you, the guest.
Phuket Restaurant: picks of the month
Chalk & Cheese brasserie has an extensive à la carte menu with daily specials. They aim to serve great food ...
The hippest open air restaurant in Phuket. Enjoy the outstanding view and the fashionable setting. ...
Higher is a completely new rooftop open air concept comprised of an exclusive restaurant and bar ...
The menu remains true to the ideals of the original founders of the concept: provide delicious ...
The food at On Top stems from a basic casual food experience. They have opted for food ...
XANA Beach Club is a beach venue that offers a lot more than just beautiful surroundings, delicious food ...
Editor’s choice: Phuket Restaurant Reviews
We arrived at peaceful Naiton Beach just before sunset and handed our car keys to the Trisara valet, boarded a golf cart and were driven through quiet alleyways to the beachfront bar, pool and restaurants. We started with cocktails outside, just a few metres from the beachside restaurant. I selected a Trisara Pisco Sour, claimed by Peru as its national drink, athough Chile also lays claim. ... Read more...
Recipe: Phuket Restaurant Recipe
Cut down the backbone of the sea bass and over the rib cage, but not cutting through to tail. Remove rib cage. You’ll be left with a whole boneless sea bass with its head and tail intact. Season sea bass and place on a tray with banana leaf or greaseproof paper. Spoon the yellow bean curry paste inside the sea bass between the 2 fillets and on top. ... Read more...