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Eating Out in Phuket – Best Bites to Eat and Where to Find Them

Phuket, one of the southern island provinces of Thailand, is amongst the most popular tourist destinations in the region. Also known as ‘Jung Ceylon’, Phuket is a beautiful coastal province with serene seaside features and a marvellous tropical climate. It is popular amongst tourists due to its many leisure and recreational attractions, and its bustling hospitality industry. Point Yamu by COMO, Phuket, Thailand not only offers great opportunities for dining in Cape Yamu, but also ideal accommodation in luxurious rooms, suites and villas.

The cuisine in Phuket is widely described as being cosmopolitan, owing to many expatriates opening restaurants in the island. Thus, Phuket offers a range of delectable fusion dishes, in addition to traditional Thai dishes. What better way to enhance your stay than by eating out in Phuket and discovering the amazing flavours the island has to offer!

Given the high level of tourist activity in Phuket, one can expect to find many restaurants and eateries along the streets, ranging from cheap street shops to exquisite fine dining restaurants. Some of the most popular dishes include noodle dishes, which are generally topped off with meats, vegetables and spices to make a wholesome meal, Nam Phrik Kung Siap; an unusual yet mouth-watering combination of smoked shrimp and dried chillies, and Khanom Jin; everyone’s favourite breakfast snack! Tom Yum soup and noodles, a traditional Thai favourite is also readily available in Phuket. In addition to this, be prepared for a feast of fusion dishes, combining the best of many cuisines to treat your taste-buds to. Some of the top restaurants to eat at while in Phuket are Kata Rocks, Break Taek, Baan Noy Restaurant, The Corner Restaurant, Loktien, Ko Benz, Trisara Seafood, and Taste Surin Beach.

It is worth noting that many taxi drivers generally recommend restaurants based on commissions they get as opposed to genuine recommendations, so if you do not want to take a risk, ask around before trying out any dining venues.

Chandrishan Williams is a travel writer who writes under the pen name, Caleb Falcon. He specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travellers. Google+


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