Hua Hin Restaurants

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    Hua Hin Hills Wine Cellar: Take a break with local wine

    by akkipaa Written Apr 1, 2013

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    Take a break from shopping or leave ladies to shop and take a single break or appetizer before your dinner.

    Happy hours from 5:00PM to 7:00PM, two glass of red or white and snacks for the price of one. We took the red one (Berri Estates Shiraz). The wine has profile and depth. Typical to area, fresh and fruity with good concentration. 100 bahts/glass normally. White one is Chardonnay.

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    Baan Rublom: Good restaurant far away from tourist area

    by akkipaa Written Apr 1, 2013

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    The restaurant is on very quiet street and it closes at 7:00PM, so you need to be early and when sun is shining, it's a little bit challenging, at least to my kind of eskomo. All tables are in shed and it seems to be a home restaurant. Nice but cold white blue decoration. No white linen needed but the coated fabric on the table are not comfortable.

    But the best, the food is excellent, the cook knows how to use chili. Beer and beverages are served but no wine. Rise list is short but there are selection of rice dishes instead.

    They have free WiFi also.

    Favorite Dish: Our last evening's set was:
    - Fried squid
    - Fried shrimps
    - Fish curry
    - Chicken curry
    - Plain rice with an egg.

    Total bill was 655 bahts, very reasonable against the quality. If you have a possibility, visit here, food is good but the feeling (closes 7:00PM, no lights needed and somehow cold decoration) isn't on high level, they had tried but should try a little more) is not so romantic.

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    Moon Smile & Platoo: Thai food with no soul

    by akkipaa Written Apr 1, 2013

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    Again in the restaurant street, we had plans so the dinner was quite early. Non smoking place, good, and normal Thai style friendly service.

    No bad feelings, food looked very good, but the restaurant hadn't any soul, I wouldn't go again, sorry. This was the second last evening on our vacation, that might have some influence, we had had lot of extremely good and tasty food, so the base level was set to high.

    Favorite Dish: Food was good, no high lites and we took:
    - Rice wit eggs (60)
    - Rice with pineapple (40)
    - Fried duck with spicy mango salad (200)
    - Green curry with chicken (100)

    Total bill with two wine, water and beers was 770 bahts.

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    Bam Bam: Thai food in restaurant street.

    by akkipaa Written Apr 1, 2013

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    The Peekham Road has a lot of restaurant, all types, there is (even) Swede restaurant to our neighbors. We skip allays the Swede and Finn restaurants, no need to eat home food or see countrymen, sorry guys :)

    Again small hesitations, these restaurants in the most touristic areas are often overpriced and serve not so good food. But surprise again, food was delicious and the price reasonable. We think that their Panang chicken curry climbed to Top5 for all time list. The fried mussel curry was good and rices: with vegetables and the other with basil leave were tasty also, basil leave even spicy.

    Personnel was friendly and fast, we gave our spacial thanks to restaurant manager and warm recommendation to you.

    Favorite Dish: Total bill 750 bahts with two wines, large and small beers.
    - Panang Chicken (100)
    - Fried mussel Indian curry (120)
    - Fried rice vegetables (70)
    - Fried rice basil leaves (80)
    - Red wine (100 each)
    - Beer (100L and 60S)
    - Water (20)

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    4 Something - Help me and tell the name :): Eat street food

    by akkipaa Written Mar 31, 2013

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    Our hotel was about 3 km North from the Clock Tower and we spent whole day on the central and beach there. In the evening we decided not to go the town but take the close main street instead.

    We saw one nice restaurant, it was already closed, we decided to come back the that one. Only local small restaurants and street stands were open and we took one of the closest. Surprise, two course dinner, pork bone soup and noodles with ham, small dumplings and vegetables. There were additional chilies and sauces on the table.

    Probably in Top5 for ever, price was 60 bahts (2$) for two and food was simple but tasty. Water was the only drink they served, but there is 7-11 on the opposite side of the street, visit there first.

    You don't want the see the dishing department of this bar, but I enclose the photo as last one here.

    Please my friends, the name of the restaurant is probably in the heading of the stand but I can't read Thai, so please, if you can, comment me the name of the restaurant, thank you in advance.

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    Beans n' Barley: Hop'n Hop'of type of street bar

    by akkipaa Written Mar 31, 2013

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    Nice place to have drinks in early evening. Serves beer, wine and drinks and you can have snacks and even dinner from short menu. Friendly service and nice tables facing to the streets. Wine and beer total 220 bahts.

    Next time we took Smoothie, espresso and Jameson whiskey and got the same total price.

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    Sawasdee: Thai food in restaurant street.

    by akkipaa Written Mar 31, 2013

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    I was a little bit suspicious when we sat to the restaurant, it was on a one of the most tourist restaurant streets and located besides the Hilton hotel. The menu list were long, with pictures (it's normally huge mark of touristy and a place to avoid) and kind of simple. But no worries, the service was excellent, the food was good and the price reasonable.

    Delicious and this time hot was hot, almost this was the best spice level we have got here in Hua Hin.

    One advantage, the restaurant was equipped with slides for roller wheels, easy to reach if you are handicapped. These are not normal in Hua Hin or whole Thailand.

    Favorite Dish: Unfortunately the bill was written in Thai, so I am no exactly sure about the item prices. The total bill was 1010 bahts, and that can be rated as expensive, but the food was worth if it.

    Our order:
    - Cashew nuts (100)
    - Squid in curry sauce (120)
    - Chicken curry (160)
    - Plain and egg rice (20, 60)
    - Wine (2*160b) and beer (L&S, total 200b).

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    Any Beach Bar: Beach Food

    by akkipaa Written Mar 31, 2013

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    The area on the beach in Hua Hin's central (Hilton as a landmark) is very crowded and there are sun umbrellas and deck chair for rent (daily rent 100 bahts). Be aware that tide is around and when we here here the day ended about 14:30, the water reached restaurant and chair area. If you don't like crowds and endless vendors of street stuff, select some other place (like Takiab beach in Southern corner of Hua Hin).

    These places don't have a name or it's only visible in menus. Strict rules, if you take a sun umbrella and seat from one you are not allowed to eat besides. We did and first our lady came and asked us to seat to her restaurant and said that the other doesn't serve to us. We were strict also and after some minutes battle they brought the menu to us.

    The reason we took the other was better chairs, the other place had like a beach chair as restaurant chair, I'd like to eat my back upwards :)

    Favorite Dish: Food was delicious, once again hot enough and we eat:
    - Spaghetti and green curry
    - Vegetables with chicken and
    - Four beers (no wine served)

    These places get my recommendation, there are no white linen but the quality of food and price is better than in many places. Total sum 510 bahts!

    Fruit plate was served a free desert!

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    Nalida's: Hop'n Hop'of type of street bar

    by akkipaa Written Mar 31, 2013

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    Nice place to have drinks in early evening. Serves beer, wine and drinks and you can have snacks and even dinner from short menu. Friendly service and nice tables facing to the streets.

    Favorite Dish: Drinks only with this time. Wine 80, beer 50 and Diet Coke 25 bahts.

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    Joy Restaurant & Music: Tasteful Thai food with 70's Music

    by akkipaa Written Mar 31, 2013

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    Our shopping in the Market Village Mall took so much time that we decided to take the first restaurant we meet. Market area's street food restaurants were full so Joy Restaurant & Music was the first and we got in. It was a great choice. A couple of tables, live music and excellent food. The band was two men with synthesizer playing old 70's and 80's hits, very nice, remember to leave some tips to them.

    This was our first evening this time and we took normal and traditional curries. Excellent, I would definitely recommend, service was fast and smiley, only small minus comes from hotness, green curry was ordered hot but I think it was only medium, on the same level than yellow one which was ordered medium.

    Favorite Dish: Our selection today:
    - Onion tempura (60)
    - Garlic bread (50)
    - Grilled peas with chicken (100)
    - Morning glory salad (70)
    - Green and yellow curry with chicken (120*2)
    - Rice (20)
    - Water (30)
    - Beers (80) and wines (120)

    Total bill was 990 bahts, which is about 33usd.

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  • Beach Cafe Restaurant: Classy place

    by billcr Written Oct 3, 2012

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    Great place by thebeach. White sand and they keep everything clean. American style steaks prepared as ordered will make your day! We had a party on the beach until midnight. Staff speaks English and is quite flexible.

    Favorite Dish: t-bone steak
    outstanding meat quality, prepared in an imported BBQ grill from the States. As good as it get's in Hua Hin

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  • Cool Breeze Cafe (Spanish): Great spanish food

    by Tilsto49 Written Jul 2, 2012

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    The owners name is Vaughan who has run Spanish restaurants previously and this does not disappoint. We were taken aback by the hospitality and the quality of the ingredients (some imported from spain) and the great food. When we had enough Thai this was place was a real gem and not overly pricey.

    Favorite Dish: The paella, the chorizo, imported white anchovies, garlic prawns, grilled baby squid + more.

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  • Baan Isara: Baan Isara

    by Tilsto49 Written Jul 2, 2012

    Excellent seafood away from the tourists overlooking the Bay. It is cheap, very cheerful at peak times and best of all the food is very high quality. Be led by what the locals are eating which is generally clams, deep fried sea bass, beautiful local caught squid.

    Favorite Dish: The clams and deep dried sea bass with spicy dressing was our favourite.

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  • Kiss Food and Drink Hua Hin: Great food at great price

    by RobbieRawlinson Written Feb 9, 2012

    Food is full international as sell many thai dishes and also pizzas,mexican,european,german,italian etc.Best Thai food ive eaten and steak was also superb.
    Prices are unbelievably good.
    Ambience is relaxed outside dining european style as you watch the world go by at the outside tables near the popular Grand night market. They also have air condtion inside but most sit outside and is very busy at 7.30 to 9pm so be aware you may have to sit inside if no room outside.
    What makes it special is the food is superb especially for the price and it feels very relaxed,staff are great and atmosphere is very friendly, i went back there everyday i stayed in Hua Hin

    Favorite Dish: So many but can recommend the steak as was soft and for the price they must make no profit!!
    all the thai curries/soups ..green curry,tom kha gai etc were so delicious i ate the lot and was 70 Bt.
    Mexican Fajitas was good value........chicken came out sizzling on a hot plate with fajita wraps that you fill with side salad,sour cream,salsa sauce.

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  • LA PAILLOTE: The Best French Restaurant

    by Charlesdesmet Written Jul 27, 2011

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    Sublime atmosphere, trimendous romantic terrace out of the main street and lovely highly skilled staff. The food exceptionnal. They were Best 2010 Restaurant by TATLER. This means something.
    Price very very cheap in comparison of France. The cooking team is higly skilled to and has been trained in France. The boss is french speaking and an real wine expert. No doubt when you read the wine list. Price; a wonderful 3 course menu for 10 euros ! Bordeau bottle of very very good wine at 20 euros only.
    One word : Great !

    Favorite Dish: Shrimp à la Parisienne or lobster bisque as starter
    Rock lobster à la Cayenne (slighly spicy but smooth)
    Crème brulée with a lovely vanilla taste

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