Sala Layan Restaurant at Anantara Layan Phuket Resort

Western Restaurant on Layan Beach

Sala Layan Restaurant is the best place on Layan Beach to savour the fresh tastes of the Mediterranean while gazing at the ocean and nearby islands from the relaxed beachfront. Situated within the five-star Anantara Layan Phuket Resort, Sala Layan is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner each day. Outside guests are welcome, though bookings are advisable for the evenings as it is a very popular place.

Breakfast is served buffet-style, offering something for almost all tastes. Choose from a variety of breads and pastries, cereals, eggs cooked just how you like them, salad, noodles, fresh fruit juices, hot and cold meats, cheeses and more. The a la carte lunch and dinner menus at Sala Layan offer exciting twists on well-known dishes, using fresh ingredients that are bursting with flavour.

Read More

The talented chefs focus on exquisite presentation, as well as delicious tastes. For lunch, pasta dishes, pizzas, burgers and sandwiches are often crowd-pleasers. Alternatively, you can sink your teeth into a tasty Thai dish such as pad Thai or fried rice. Expect lunch at Sala Layan to cost around 400-600 baht. For dinner, popular dishes include duck, lobster, lamb, steak or tuna. Most mains cost over 1,000 baht, though the pasta, risotto and tagine dishes are slightly cheaper. There are also three four-course set menus, one comprising seafood dishes, one with meat options and another that is suitable for vegetarians.

Sala Layan offers fine dining with a refined ambience, ideal for a special occasion, a romantic date or simply to relish the tastes of the Med. The beautiful beachfront setting and the high-quality cuisine make it particularly well-suited as a place to take that special someone.

More to discover in this hotel! Take a look...

Anantara Layan Phuket Resort

Anantara Phuket Layan Resort and Spa is a modern and classy accommodation alternative that benefits from a superb location in secluded Layan Bay at the northern end of Bangtao Beach on Phuket west coast.Overlooking a small lagoon sheltered by Koh Kala, an islet bringing the final touch to superb tropical scenery, the resort offers a far from it all vacations.Nevertheless, the Bangtao Laguna Complex and its great choice of restaurants and boutiques are only two kilometres away from the resort.Anantara Phuket Layan Resort and Spa hosts 77 rooms, suites and pool villas; all room-types are air conditioned, afford absolute intimacy, and come with a great array of state-of-the-art amenities. Read More...

Sala Layan Restaurant

  • Opening Hours: 07:00 - 23:00
  • Location: Anantara Layan Phuket Resort, Layan Beach Soi 4
  • Tel: +66 (0) 76 317 200
Hide Map Show Map
Rate This Place: ( votes)

Tours You May Like

Related Pages

  • Thai Silk Collection

    Thai Silk Collection

    Some items are dependable and reflect quality and class. Thai silk, for example. A great place to check out Thai silk is Read More»

  • Nai Harn Beach Restaurants

    Nai Harn Beach Restaurants & Dining

    Nai Harn is a special place where one can experience fine dining or simply join the locals for a real taste of Thai and Read More»

  • Best Hotels in Surin Beach

    10 Best Hotels in Surin Beach

    The best hotels in Surin Beach are among the best in the whole of Phuket, offering exquisite luxury in one of the most Read More»

  • Oasis Turquoise Cove Spa

    Oasis Turquoise Cove Spa

    Get away from it all and enjoy the complete relaxation of signature massages and treatments in the exclusive and Read More»

  • Las Margaritas Restaurant

    Las Margaritas

    Las Margaritas Grill & Cantina in Karon is usually busy with appreciative diners as it not only has some of the best Read More»

  • Top 10 Luxury Hotels in Patong

    10 Best Luxury Hotels in Patong Beach

    The best luxury Patong hotels offer first-class amenities and facilities for you to enjoy a comfortable stay in a Read More»

Hotels.com

Talk to us!

Help us keep this site up-to-date by sending us your comments:


Loading...