Dining in Hua Hin – A Treat for Foodies

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Steamed Snapper | Anantara Hua Hin Resort

 

Hua Hin is a place where unique flavours and aromas reign. And so, every visitor must sample some of the country’s best dishes in the best places. Whatever one’s cravings maybe, the many Hua Hin restaurants will do justice to your curiosities. Whether it be at a dedicated restaurant or even at a hotel or resort like Anantara Hua Hin Resort you are bound to be treated to an assortment of flavours.

 

Hua Hin, the famous ‘beach resort town’ explodes with a myriad of things to do and experience and will always have travellers coming back for more. This beautiful town caters to diverse palates, be it authentic Thai or international cuisines. Some of the must-try Thai food include Tom Yam Goong, Au Suan and Pad Thai. Before heading out on a ‘food escape’ as one might call it, it’s always best to know what to expect. And therefore, one should familiarize themselves with what to expect in terms of types of cuisines and where you would like to try it out. While Hua Hin has a wide spectrum of choices to both the high-end and the budget traveller, it’s not a daunting task to figure out where one should go.

 

Deciding where to eat is in fact a very important factor. For tourists of course, many restaurants can be found in the city centre. If one may wish to traverse the streets of Hua Hin then the Naresdamri Road is a must-do. The area is packed with little restaurants of different sorts each offering a unique experience. Among the cuisines available include Indian, Japanese and Western food. Hua Hin is famous for its seafood and a couple of restaurants which serve quite decent seafood would be, Yo Yen Hua Hin Balcony, Chao Lay Seafood and Jim Daeng. Fine Italian cuisine is also available at the Andreas Italian Restaurant and Grill.

 

Fritzjames Stephen is a travel writer, who writes content based on the myriad of experiences and indulgences that the world has to offer travellers across all walks of life.

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Authentic Thai Dishes to try in Hua Hin – Taste the Flavors of Thailand in Hua Hin

Home to a number of exciting and fascinating attractions such as the Hua Hin Beach, Wat Huay Mongkol, the Spirit Houses on Brassier Beach, and the Butterfly Garden, the town of Hua Hin is a great destination for tourists looking for a tranquil coastal retreat. Hua Hin is the capital of the Hua Hin district of Thailand, is rapidly becoming one of the hottest tourist destinations in northern Thailand.
Thai cuisine is known throughout the world for its bold flavors and spicy dishes. Thus, tourists who visit Thailand are usually treated to a culinary fiesta with all the dishes and snacks that Thailand has to offer. The same is true of Hua Hin, as it is known for its epic food culture. Ranging from upscale Hua Hin restaurants such as the ones at Anantara Hua Hin Resort to traditional Thai street food markets the likes of the Hua Hin Night Bazaar, the options to try out Thai Cuisine at Hua Hin are numerous. With all these restaurants and markets, you can be assured of trying out some authentic Thai dishes in Hua Hin.

Everyone who likes Thai cuisine knows about Tom Yam; the delicious Thai soup that is just as delicious as it is wholesome. At Hua Hin, you can try out various spin-offs of Tom Yam! Another authentic dish that is very popular in Hua Hin is the massaman curry. This curry, which is loaded with spices and rich in flavor, is made from either beef or chicken and goes great with rice or bread. Another dish that is quintessentially Thai is Pad Thai; a delicious dish made of stir-fry noodles and is readily available in Hua Hin. If you head over to the Hua Hin Night Market you can try out some of the traditional straight-off-the-grill lobster, beef, and chicken too! You can also try out the Yam Nua beef salad, the Som Tum papaya salad, and the unique Thai Chili Ice Cream!

Intrigued by history, art and food, Lavinia Woolf is a writer who is passionate about the extraordinary and writes of the exhilarating and enchanting.Google+