Category Archives: Thai food

Special Food at Baanpanburi Village

Thai food is great. However, most people visiting Thailand only experience a small range of dishes such as green curry, masaman curry, and pad Thai. To really experience good Thai food you need to seek out restaurants where they serve a more extensive range of dishes. If you are in Thong Nai Pan, on Koh Phangan, a good bet would be to go for dinner …

Restaurants in South

Thong Sala Bars Harp Bar On the front opposite the Lomprayah pier. Irish bar with draught beers. Pub food and sports on TV. Open till late   Flag and Four Toes Small bar run by ex-pat. Serves cold beer, cocktails and home cooked food. Also runs a pool league.   Cafes The Sweet Cafe German bakery near the pier. Also does excellent coffee and has option …

Restaurants in North

Mae Haad Cafes Om Bakery French bakery in pleasant rustic setting with some tasty breakfast and brunch options.   Thai Restaurants Island View Cabana Nice restaurant on decking overlooking the sand. Serves Thai and seafood. Nice place for a lesiurely lunch.   Wang Sai Restaurant Large covered restaurant accessed by a walkway by the beach. Thai and …

Restaurants in East

Thong Nai Pan Noi Bars Beach Club Bar Thatched bar on the beach fitting into the stylish theme of Buri Rasa Resort. Plenty of seating and wide menu.   Rasta Baby Cool bar on stilits in the village. Friendly staff. Cocktails, beers and a good menu. Much more than a reggae bar. Read our review   Cafes Oleang Cafe Part of the ‘Village Square’ …

Restaurants in West

Haad Salad Bars Reggae Village Laid back bar with comfortable sofas and nice seating areas. And yes, they play reggae music.   Thai Food My Way Restaurant Opens 8am to 10pm. Beachfront location. Serves curries and noodles as well as German bread and other Western options.   Salad Hut In the middle of the beach. Popular restaurant with good Thai food. …

Pantip Food Market: Best Street Food

Pantip Food Market, in the centre of Thong Sala, has Koh Phangan’s best street food. The stalls start appearing from midday onward, but it doesn’t really get going until 16:00. The best time to visit, though, is in the evening when it becomes a lively place to eat and drink. Indeed for many tourists Pantip Food Market is often called the …