Phuket Restaurants and Dining
Where to Eat in Phuket
If you love food, you will love Phuket. There are restaurants to suit every taste, serving a huge selection of western and Asian food. The variety of cuisine and dining experiences is one of the major attractions of the island. You can eat breakfast at your hotel, lunch at a local noodle stall, and have dinner with fine wines in a sophisticated air-conditioned restaurant.
While Thai food is world-renowned for its wonderful flavours and fresh ingredients, Phuket is especially famous for its seafood and, you don't have to empty your bank account to enjoy the most sumptuous of dishes. Browse through our location and food guides, or go straight to our handy Restaurant Reviews Guide with contact details and reviews of restaurants all over the island.
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Indulge yourself in the romantic and sensual environment overlooking the open sea, the crystal water and white crescent of Kata Noi Beach. Mom Tri’s Kitchen: Fine dining on the covered Patio, open-air Garden Terraces, and Sala plus an award winning wine cellar of its own. Two exuberant menus offer inventive, inspired, international cuisine and Thai favourites. Both include a fabulous selection of local fish and seafood.
Address: 2 Kata Noi Road, Kata Noi Beach
Tel. +66 (0)76 333 569
Sizzle, at Avista Hideaway Resort & Spa in the hills above southern Patong, is in one of the loveliest locations possible, enjoying lofty views over two gorgeous beaches and a sunset vista at certain times of year that is almost instantly addictive. This rooftop steakhouse seats just 32 and as a result it enjoys an intimate atmosphere with staff members providing optimum personal service. Helmed by US-born Executive Chef Timothy C. Westaway, his many years of culinary experiences around the globe are showcased in Cajun and Hawaiian influences to an extraordinary degree. Read Sizzle restaurant review by Phuket.com!
Opening Hours: 18:00 – 23:00
Location: At Avista Hideaway Resort & Spa
The Baan Rim Pa Restaurants Group features three long-established fine dining venues located next to each others at the northern end of Patong Beach. Baan Rim Pa Restaurant - the flagship of the group - serves Royal Thai cuisine; Da Maurizio is specialised in Italian delicacies; and Joe’s Downstairs is a stylish lounge restaurant serving international cuisine. The three restaurants share an outstanding panoramic view of the Andaman Sea, and their location on Phuket’s west coast offers their customers a top-of-the-range sundowner spot. Read more...
Khantoke is named after a northern Thai and Lao custom of communal dining that involves serving several dishes on an ornate pedestal tray. This unique method of enjoying mouth-watering dishes is not only outrageously colourful but also a relaxed yet intimate way of sharing one of life’s most enjoyable aspects – good food and drink. Khantoke at Avista is an innovative rooftop arrangement that comprises beautifully crafted low teakwood tables, ‘mon’ triangular floor cushions, teakwood ‘salas’ or gazebos and soft traditional lighting. It’s all very Lanna – northern Thai and the food served here is based on royal Thai cuisine, which goes in heavily for attractive food presentation and complementing dishes.
Opening Hours: Daily 18:00 - 22:30
Location: Avista Phuket Resort and Spa, Kata Beach