Phuket, the famous tourist city of Thailand is not only known for its blue sea, white sand and a vibrant lifestyle, the culinary culture here is also worth exploring.
|Phuket beach, the most beautiful beach in Thailand|
From flea markets to the makeshift stalls on the street or the family shops on a small scale, only about 3-4 tables with affordable prices,.... all of which can easily be found in any corners in Phuket. Even that if you are afraid of going out and just want to stay in the room or watch the sea on the long sandy beach, you only need to make a phone call, food will be served in person.
|Visitors can find food stalls in any corner in Phuket|
|Food sold on occasion of Phuket Vegetarian Festival|
|Street food in Phuket is very various and delicious|
- Aroon Restaurant on Thalang road serves roti bread, pasta and rice.
- Mee Ton Poe Restaurant in Clock Tower, opposite Metropole Hotel, is opened from noon every weekday. You should come here early because it is fully booked very soon. Famous dishes of the restaurant are fried Hokkien noodles and satay grilled meat skewer for 50 baht / 10 skewers.
- N.C. Restaurant is opposite the Royal Phuket City on Phang Nga Road. This is one of the places selling the best kanom jeen fermented noodles in Phuket.
- Ko Yoon Restaurant on Yaowarat Road is the place selling delicious Hokkien noodles.
- Jade Restaurant, opposite the police station on the road of ChaoFa East, Chalong , is famous for dim sum dish.
- Number One Seafood Restaurant on Soi Happy Bangla road is where backpackers like and recommend for quite cheap but delicious seafood. The area also includes a series of seafood restaurant which are differently numbered and always attracts many tourists.
|Seafood sered in the restaurants|