Hua Hin is not remarkably different to the rest of Thailand when it comes to the types of food on offer. However, given the city is both a magnet for foreign tourists and right by the seaside, the choices for international cuisine and seafood are particularly impressive. A little further afield in Cha Am, there is also a huge selection of traditional Thai restaurants just waiting to be discovered.

With so many options to choose from, it’s hard to list just a few different restaurants as there are literally hundreds (who knows maybe even thousands) in Hua Hin and Cha-Am. Notwithstanding, here are a few of my favorites.

Located opposite Cha Am’s main fish market and not too far from the Webster University Hua Hin / Cha Am campus, Dao Talay is a pretty simple Thai restaurant that serves exceptionally tasty fresh seafood. Whilst there is no direct sea view, you are still close enough to enjoy the cool sea breeze during your meal. My personal favorite is the neua boo pad pongari (เนื้อปูผัดผงกะหรี่) and I make a point to order it every time I go. With a very ‘local’ feel to it, be sure to take mum and dad when they come for a visit.

Hua Hin is not remarkably different to the rest of Thailand when it comes to the types of food on offer. However, given the city is both a magnet for foreign tourists and right by the seaside, the choices for international cuisine and seafood are particularly impressive. A little further afield in Cha Am, there is also a huge selection of traditional Thai restaurants just waiting to be discovered.

With so many options to choose from, it’s hard to list just a few different restaurants as there are literally hundreds (who knows maybe even thousands) in Hua Hin and Cha-Am. Notwithstanding, here are a few of my favorites.

Located opposite Cha Am’s main fish market and not too far from the Webster University Hua Hin / Cha Am campus, Dao Talay is a pretty simple Thai restaurant that serves exceptionally tasty fresh seafood. Whilst there is no direct sea view, you are still close enough to enjoy the cool sea breeze during your meal. My personal favorite is the neua boo pad pongari (เนื้อปูผัดผงกะหรี่) and I make a point to order it every time I go. With a very ‘local’ feel to it, be sure to take mum and dad when they come for a visit.

Allegra’s 2013 ‘Eating Out in the UK’ report identifies all day eating, the importance of adding value beyond price, and the rise of the era of the individual as key future trends that will impact the foodservice industry. 

Operators that embrace these key trends will be well positioned for success in the evolving UK eating out market that is estimated to deliver continued growth in 2013 and beyond, with the total UK Foodservice and Hospitality market reaching £90bn in value by 2018.

But just what is meant by adding value beyond price, and the rise of the era of the individual? H & C News is grateful to Anya Marco, Director of Insight at Allegra Strategies, for helping to clarify these trends.

Hello just wondered if any one could tell me the price of eating out, ,, funds are low......and is phuket the place to go im not a huge sunbather..... is there lots to do? Cheers!

Anywhere in Thailand your food costs will be much higher if you are unwilling to eat Thai dishes. Outlets serving Western, Indian, Japanese, etc. food charge a significant premium with a meal being 2-3 times more expensive that the comparable amount of Thai food.

Phuket is pretty much the most expensive province in Thailand with some costs higher than in Bangkok . If you are not adamant about doing stuff on the beach or the sea, Chiang Mai would be a much cheaper choice. It is inland up north and there is plenty to see in this charming town. It is also quite a bit less touristy than Phuket. If the town is not enough, the surrounding Chiang Mai province offers plenty of activities from trekking to visits to hill tribes.See the "Top questions" in Chiang Mai forum.

Hua Hin is not remarkably different to the rest of Thailand when it comes to the types of food on offer. However, given the city is both a magnet for foreign tourists and right by the seaside, the choices for international cuisine and seafood are particularly impressive. A little further afield in Cha Am, there is also a huge selection of traditional Thai restaurants just waiting to be discovered.

With so many options to choose from, it’s hard to list just a few different restaurants as there are literally hundreds (who knows maybe even thousands) in Hua Hin and Cha-Am. Notwithstanding, here are a few of my favorites.

Located opposite Cha Am’s main fish market and not too far from the Webster University Hua Hin / Cha Am campus, Dao Talay is a pretty simple Thai restaurant that serves exceptionally tasty fresh seafood. Whilst there is no direct sea view, you are still close enough to enjoy the cool sea breeze during your meal. My personal favorite is the neua boo pad pongari (เนื้อปูผัดผงกะหรี่) and I make a point to order it every time I go. With a very ‘local’ feel to it, be sure to take mum and dad when they come for a visit.

Allegra’s 2013 ‘Eating Out in the UK’ report identifies all day eating, the importance of adding value beyond price, and the rise of the era of the individual as key future trends that will impact the foodservice industry. 

Operators that embrace these key trends will be well positioned for success in the evolving UK eating out market that is estimated to deliver continued growth in 2013 and beyond, with the total UK Foodservice and Hospitality market reaching £90bn in value by 2018.

But just what is meant by adding value beyond price, and the rise of the era of the individual? H & C News is grateful to Anya Marco, Director of Insight at Allegra Strategies, for helping to clarify these trends.

Hello just wondered if any one could tell me the price of eating out, ,, funds are low......and is phuket the place to go im not a huge sunbather..... is there lots to do? Cheers!

Anywhere in Thailand your food costs will be much higher if you are unwilling to eat Thai dishes. Outlets serving Western, Indian, Japanese, etc. food charge a significant premium with a meal being 2-3 times more expensive that the comparable amount of Thai food.

Phuket is pretty much the most expensive province in Thailand with some costs higher than in Bangkok . If you are not adamant about doing stuff on the beach or the sea, Chiang Mai would be a much cheaper choice. It is inland up north and there is plenty to see in this charming town. It is also quite a bit less touristy than Phuket. If the town is not enough, the surrounding Chiang Mai province offers plenty of activities from trekking to visits to hill tribes.See the "Top questions" in Chiang Mai forum.

With over 6 branches in Thailand, this restaurant is ideal for seafood lovers . Serving the freshest catch from the sea, the restaurant offers a wide array of dishes that are cooked using organic ingredients and a delightful combination of freshwater critters. The restaurant, which is really popular with families, serves seafood specialties like deep fried prawns, Suratthani oysters and crowd pleasing favorites such as sun dried squid. Whether you’re trying a chunk of their deep fried sea bass, that tastes amazing in fish sauce, or gorging on Tom Yum soup, which comes with plump and juicy shrimps, you’ll enjoy the homely ambiance.

Address and telephone number: 1693, Central Plaza Lardprao, 4th Floor, Phaholyothin Road, Lat Yao, Khet Chatuchak, Bangkok, 10900, Thailand ,  +66-27936000

This restaurant offers a meat-free menu, providing comfort food for those who want to get away from the city’s bustling streets. Vegetarian Cottage serves home cooked organic dishes fresh from the garden in the comfort of an English styled cottage. The cuisine is a mix of Japanese, Thai, Chinese and Continental and the restaurant is often visited by food enthusiasts from around the world. With a beautiful garden seating and white patterned interiors, the Vegetarian Cottage is a casual dining venue that welcomes diners in its spacious interiors. 

Hua Hin is not remarkably different to the rest of Thailand when it comes to the types of food on offer. However, given the city is both a magnet for foreign tourists and right by the seaside, the choices for international cuisine and seafood are particularly impressive. A little further afield in Cha Am, there is also a huge selection of traditional Thai restaurants just waiting to be discovered.

With so many options to choose from, it’s hard to list just a few different restaurants as there are literally hundreds (who knows maybe even thousands) in Hua Hin and Cha-Am. Notwithstanding, here are a few of my favorites.

Located opposite Cha Am’s main fish market and not too far from the Webster University Hua Hin / Cha Am campus, Dao Talay is a pretty simple Thai restaurant that serves exceptionally tasty fresh seafood. Whilst there is no direct sea view, you are still close enough to enjoy the cool sea breeze during your meal. My personal favorite is the neua boo pad pongari (เนื้อปูผัดผงกะหรี่) and I make a point to order it every time I go. With a very ‘local’ feel to it, be sure to take mum and dad when they come for a visit.

Allegra’s 2013 ‘Eating Out in the UK’ report identifies all day eating, the importance of adding value beyond price, and the rise of the era of the individual as key future trends that will impact the foodservice industry. 

Operators that embrace these key trends will be well positioned for success in the evolving UK eating out market that is estimated to deliver continued growth in 2013 and beyond, with the total UK Foodservice and Hospitality market reaching £90bn in value by 2018.

But just what is meant by adding value beyond price, and the rise of the era of the individual? H & C News is grateful to Anya Marco, Director of Insight at Allegra Strategies, for helping to clarify these trends.

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