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Thailand Cafes and Restaurants



Bua New Talepao
Soi Mahardthai, Ramkumheng Rd., Bangkapi Tel 5390600

 

Bubpa
149/8 Pattanakarn Rd.

 

Cosmotai
5/1 Soi Chareonjai Sukhumvit 63 (Ekamai) Sukhumvit Rd.

 

Hard Rock Cafe
Located in the heart of Siam Square and serves more than just hamburgers.This wholesome family restaurant gives you a taste of high energy friendly service, continuous music and museum quality of Rock 'n' Roll memorabilia.

 

Ka Jok See
This is a must visit restaurant. A delightful off the wall Thai restaurant filled with household antiques, and uses newspapers for table covers, but the food is excellent and recommended by some of the best chefs on the island. Dining here is sure to be a memorable experience.

Located at:
26, Takua Pa Road just off Rasada Road,
Phuket Town,
Tel: 217-903

 

Mala
Open front restaurant decorated with vintage household artifacts. The lunch buffet offers a variety of tasty curries made fresh daily. Also a restaurant for curry lovers.

Located at:
5/72-73, Mae Luan Road,
Phuket Town.
Tel: 214-201

 

Metropole Coffee Shop
Sample Thai cuisine from four regions in this good value lunch buffet. The rather formal and expensive Chinese restaurant across the hall from the coffee shop serves the best Chinese dim sum lunch between Hong Kong and Singapore.

Located at:
Metropole Hotel,
Montri Road,
Phuket Town
Tel: 215-050

 

Thai Naan
Huge teak paneled Thai, Chinese, and Japanese restaurant that occupies part of the last tin mine on Phuket and now claims to be the largest restaurant in south Thailand. Live classical music entertains you while you dine in.

Located at:
16 Wichitsongkhram Road,
Tel: 226-164-7

 

The Boathouse Wine & Grill
This elegantly styled restaurant is renowned internationally for superb Thai and European cuisine and friendly service. Complemented by the award winning wine cellar, it's an experience not to be missed.

Located at:
Kata Beach, Phuket Tel: 330015

The Landmark Hotel
138, Sukhumvit Rd., Bangkok 10110
Tel: 2540404
The Thai Cooking School at the Oriental Hotel
48 Oriental Avenue, Bangkok 10500,
Tel: 4376211,

Tung-Ka Cafe
Occupies the top of Rang Hill and offer a stunning birds eye view of Phuket Town. For lunch or dinner try the Nam prik kung siap here as it is one of the best anywhere.

Located at:
Top of Khao Rung Hill,
Phuket Town. Tel: 211-500


 

Acknowledgements: ASIATRAVELMART.COM








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