This is a very local seafood restaurant that is very popular with Bangkok people who are visiting Hua Hin. It is on the main road, past the U-Turn south of the city. It is on the other side of the hill from Khao Takib. The food is wonderful. Ambiance is pretty basic with big cement slab floors and picnic tables. Service is fast and in typical Thai fasion the food comes all at once.
Madame Green often sits in the entrance way and keeps on eye on her family as they cook and serve the food. She doesn't seem to know the word stress even though the place is rather chaotic on weekends.
Favorite Dish: Try the seafood fried rice, crabs, shimp and fish.
This is a fabulous restaurant ! Getting there seems to be such a hassle, but once you are in its grounds, the setting will take your breath away. There are tables and chairs in covered pavillions, in the outdoors and some overlooking the beach.
The bar commands a building of its own. I found it just gorgeous !! Lovely ceiling windows with large comfy cushions on lounge sofas and low tables complete the look. This very Wallpaper*-ish bar has great chill-out music in thebackground and boasts of exotic mixes of potent cocktails ~ very cool :-))
Favorite Dish: I couldnt really remember what I had for my dinner, but I know I enjoyed the food. Patrons in tablesnearby were all in full agreement, all gushing with praises over the food and ambience.
The menu was predominantly Fusion ~ heady mix of local Thai and western menus. I took a good 20 minutes deciding on my choice (thats what I recalled) :-)
This restaurant is built in the shape of a large fishing boat and overlooks the small fishing village at Khao Takiab beach which is about 15 minutes from the center of Hua hin. The seafood is excellent, avergae price, quiet and pleasant location, worth the trip to get out of the busy part of town.
Right on the beach at Khao Takiab Bay Hua hin. Great easy atmosphere, eat under thatched salas right next to the beach. Live Music at weekends. Great to stroll on the beach and see the moonlight on the sea. A great fun place.
Favorite Dish: Tom Yam Gung, Spicy Thai Salad. Cheap beer!
The vew is amazing, the illuminated Golden Buddha dominates the coast. The menu has a lot of dishes, some familair others not. Food arrived in reasonable time. 10 % service charge is added to bills. Overall the food was good. One of the very best Hua hin Restaurants.
Favorite Dish: Local river prawns
Baan Kru Restaurant Hua Hin is for seafood right on the beach. The seafood is good and this is a very tropical atmosphere, great for those looking for a tropical style local restaurant on the beach. Do not expect a choice of drinks or wine, soft cold drinks and beer only. Try the very fresh B-B-Q Squid that comes with a spicy Thai sauce .The rstaurant also cooks up many other popular Thai food.
Favorite Dish: B-B-Q Squid
Ket Sa Rin Seafood is a locally recommended seafood restaurant on the northern end of Naretdamri road, a few blocks from Hilton Hua Hin. The tables are set on a pier that has magnificent views on the empty sea. The neighbourhooding restaurants have similar settings, but worse food.
Talking of food, I've never ever tasted any Thai food so good. Not even close. Both me and my wife were really ecstatic about the restaurant, as the meals just melt in our mouth. Everything was as it should be, including the price and the service. Just perfect.
Cool, stylish and quiet bar with upstairs balcony and great staff - unfortunatly we drank here every night, but only ate here on the last night - the food was stunning. It is prepared in an open kitchen too so you can see it being prepared.
There're many restaurants by seaside with open area, if you just keep walking further out from Hilton to fish pier at night you will found many choices. They're very popular for both oversea visitor same as Thais. Mainly there, it's Thai dishes Sea Food.
I had dinner and lunch here at Chao Ley Restaurant. Mostly people come for dinner but still availiable for lunch, good view of sea also.
Favorite Dish: Sea Food Thai Dishes
Let's Sea is located on the beach in the Khao Takiab Beach area of Hua Hin. Indoor or outside dining. Thai and Asia fusion cuisine. Open for luch or dinner. very popular at weekends. Lovely views relaxing on the deck. Very romantic venue also.
Actually It's a noodle restaurant local style. The small restaurant has no official name but the owner say they are originally from Ayutthaya. This style suppose to be called in Thai as “Kuay Teaw Rau” (means noodle originally to be cooked in a small boat, now still cook in boat but they park the boat on the land since there are not many canals these days. (Kuay Teaw = noodle / Rau = boat) so you may notice this little restaurant easily, notice the small boat front of the restaurant and they make a noodle cook on the boat. This kind of noodle, the soup is rather spicy, must eat with some fresh vegetable so they will serve you noodle bowl and fresh vegetable dish. After noodle, don't forget to try the bowl of thai sweet dessert with ice, very nice. I found this noodle place while I was walking from railway to the town and this place was just about 100 m away from railway staytion. the small bowl of noodle was so delicious and cheap. ( 10 baht each bowl so I had 2 !! ) Very good service and friendly.. popular too but mostly Thai customers I have seen.
Favorite Dish: Noodle !!!
Located just north of Hua Hin airport, this looks a little like a chain restaurant, with the nice but simple decor & the big road-side sign. However, it is independent & serves very good, very reasonably priced Isan food. The staff are friendly & attentive, the food is well cooked in a clearly visible kitchen, & the place is clean & open.
They often have special promotions -- for example, at time of writing, Pepsi is only 1 baht per bottle. Other promotions often include cheap Singha beer, though they do serve other beers.
Pro: good food, nice staff, open air feeling, plenty of parking, small children's playground.
Con: Thai menu only, a little isolated, live music some evenings.
Favorite Dish: My own personal favourites (being someone who can't take spicy stuff) are Khaw mũu yâang (grilled pork neck), normally eaten with sticky rice (kao niow), & Gai Yang (Grilled Chicken).
Nahb Talay seems to be standing in middle of nowhere in Hua Hin. The white modern building has been quite recently erected, it seems, and the rest of the surroundings have not followed the suite yet.
It is, however, an excellent place to have a drink or two when doing a sight-seeing around the town, or visiting Mike & Co. by foot. The menu is extensive, but I cannot say anything about the taste, as we just had drinks there. The prices are a bit steeper than in most of the restaurants, but not outrageously so. The service is swift and very, very polite.
Many times I have dinner in Hua Hin night market. There's a variety of local food (Thai Food). Although it's crowded but I feel it's lively there, plenty to see and enjoy the food. There're many ranges of price. After dinner, I always relax by walking around…
Favorite Dish: All Thai Dishes
Open air or semi-open air dining next to the lovely beach. Nice tropical atmosphere and friendly staff. Reasonable price for drinks including reasonably priced cocktails. Relaxed and easy going. Take a drink at the beach bar and after dinner take a stroll along the wide beach, at full moon this is particularly nice. You can often see the fishing boats out at sea.
Very nice place for a quiet meal at the beach.
Favorite Dish: Good selection of Thai and International dishes plus special menus.