This is the first of my three posts on our trip to Hua Hin, the beautiful and oldest resort destination in Thailand.
Food is aplenty in Hua Hin: Thai and International alike. You will be spoilt for choice with the likes of Italian, German and French cuisines; Asian cuisines like Japanese, Chinese, Indian to name a few, Tex Mex and many more. Hua Hin is also famous for its fresh seafood, with it being an early fishing settlement.
Sizzler Steak Seafood and Salad (Hua Hin Market Village)
Hua Hin Market Village is a shopping mall in Hua Hin. There is quite a lot of restaurants at this mall.
We were drawn to Sizzler by its salad buffet which is included with every main ordered. The salad buffet has a wide variety of good quality veggies, fruits and dressings coupled with soups, pastas and desserts.
|Grilled Beef Loin|
|Barbeque Pork Spareribs & Spicy Grilled Chicken|
Fuji Japanese Restaurant (Hua Hin Market Village)
We were at the Hua Hin Market Village a few times so we also opted for Japanese food at the Fuji Japanese Restaurant because of the extremely value-for-money set meals.
|Fuji Japanese Restaurant|
La Paillote French Restaurant (Opposite Baan Laksasubha)
La Paillote is a cozy French restaurant right opposite from where we were staying. We didn't exactly order the French set menu but we ordered the Seafood set instead. I can't say much about the food but the restaurant ambiance was quite romantic.
|La Paillote French Restaurant|
|French Lobster Bisque Soup|
|French Onion Soup|
|Tiger Prawns Ricard Flambe|
Seafood at Khao Takiab
Seafood is not to be missed at Hua Hin. We had some really fresh seafood at the foot of the Khao Takiab hill at the south end of the Hua Hin beach.
|Fried Fish with Fish Sauce|
|Spicy Squid Soup with Coconut Milk|
|Deep Fried Crab Claws with Batter|
Swensen's (near Hua Hin Night Market)
On our last night in Hua Hin, we went to a little Italian eatery down the corner from our hotel (Baan Laksasubha) and ordered anchovies pizza and seafood pasta. (P/S: Sorry, I forgot the name of the restaurant)
And what's Thailand without Thai food. Though we mosty indulged ourselves in international food, we didn't miss the opportunity to try some local delicacies.
|I forgot what this is but I think it's some rice noodles with meat or something|
|Porridge and Chinese Crullers|
|Soya Bean Milk and Chinese Crullers are a breakfast staple here|
Look out for my upcoming posts on the tourist attractions in Hua Hin and the lovely hotel that we stayed in, Baan Laksasubha. Stay tuned! :)