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On a recent trip to Phuket, personal travel manager Emily Turner put this theory to the test and tried out many of the restaurants in Karon Beach and surrounds. Here are some of her recommendations. The food is well worth the wait though, and the sliced crispy duck is a must-have. Five of us walked away with very full bellies for under baht — that included entrees, a main each, rice and drinks.
Heading along the beach you will find many restaurants scattered amongst the shops, massage parlours and tailors. Vitaporn is tucked down a side road just near the Ramada and offers a good selection of both Thai and Western food. While their prices are a little more expensive than the likes of Red Onion, the food is still great. A seafood platter of crab, lobster, prawns, scallops, squid and a whole red snapper cost less than baht with drinks and entrees at Joy Karon Seafood and we both walked away very satisfied!
The food was barbequed fresh at the front of the restaurant and the service was excellent. Keep an eye out for their interesting catches of the day on display — for us it was a giant sting ray. Because it is connected to the Kata Beach Resort, you can expect to pay resort prices for your meal at Beach Bar and Restaurant.
But the food was delicious, with excellent flavours and a lovely view of the beach. I recommend the Pad Thai. Still in the Kata area, probably my most memorable meal was at the After Beach Bar. You will need to take a tuk tuk to get there, and you should aim to arrive at least 45 minutes before sunset to get a good table with a view. You can expect to pay slightly higher than average, but in my opinion, the location justifies the extra expense.
There are little street stalls selling these scattered everywhere, and the pancakes, which are drizzled with condensed milk, are deliciously addictive. Personal Travel Manager Emily Tuner. Vitaporn Heading along the beach you will find many restaurants scattered amongst the shops, massage parlours and tailors.
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