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What to eat in Phuket – Best four Phuket dishes

Being a rainforested island paradise and located at the south of Thailand, Phuket is influenced by traditional Thai cuisine and it is home to some of the some of the most colorful and flavorful dishes you can ever taste.

Tom yam Goong| Img by: Waratharn via Pixabay

Tom yam Goong

This dish is a mixture of sour soup and spicy and flavorful prawn and a dish that is loved by many in Phuket.the soup made from coconut milk, red chilli, mushroom, herbs and other spices. You can also find other versions of this soup that features meat or poultry but if you are in Phuket the ideal and most flavourful ingredient to go is the prawn. You can find this dish in almost all the restaurants in Phuket.

Mee Hokkien noodle

This is a delicious stir-fried dish with its star ingredients being, thick yellow fried noodles, prawns, pork, squids, egg and bean sprouts, the taste and the ingredients varies from place to place but no matter where ever you order this dish you’ll definitely be in for a flavorful treat.

The Massaman Curry

This decadent curry dish will surely make you fall in love with Thai cuisine. Unlike other fiery hot Thai curries, the Massaman curry is a little sweet. Massaman curry has different variations depending on what the main ingredient is. It can be pork, beef or fish and it is commonly served with steamed rice or noodles.

Dim sun

Being the last dish on our list, the Dim sun is one of the most delicious and visually appealing Thai dishes you can ever try. This is basically a Chinese food that has been given a Thai twist with the tropical ingredients from Phuket. Dim sum is small steamed or fried savoury dumplings that are made into bite-sized portions of food served in small steamer baskets or on small plates.

Where to find these dishes?

These food delicacies can be found in almost all the restaurants and street food stalls around Phuket. But if you are a traveller who seeks luxury indulgence and want to have a taste of these decadent dishes you can find them at Kata Rocks which is a luxury resort with a collection of Phuket luxury villas in Thailand.



Catalina Forbes is a travel writer who bases her content on many thrilling escapades experienced across the world. Google+

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