Where to eat in Hua Hin ?

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Baan Khun Por, Soi 88

Increasingly popular, this foodcourt is quite famous with locals and expats. More than 60 food stalls are providing local specialties and world food in a price range between 20-100 baht per meal. Be aware that on Fridays and Saturdays, they tend to invite famous bands to play (Carabao, Maryjuana, Topu, Kala, etc...), so it can get crowdy. Better go before 6:00pm to ensure you have a table.

My favourites : Moo Hong (braised pork), Hot Pot, Mukhata (thai barbecue), BBQ Mussels
Price range : $

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Ket-Sa-Rin Seafood, Soi Naresdamri

Located just 2 houses away from Sukkasem Homestay, this restaurant offers fresh seafood, whilst priced for locals. The service is quite good and you can enjoy the fresh breeze from the sea on the pontoon terrace.

Tip: Reservation recommended during the peak season (Dec. to Feb.)

My favourites: Rock lobster BBQ, Rice in pineapple, Scallops in wine sauce, Tom Yam Kung

Price range : $$

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E-San Station, Soi 94

This restaurant serves a large choice of specialties from the Isaan region. It is priced for locals and the service is impeccable. The food come quickly on the table and it is also fresh and high quality.

Tip: when you order Sum Tam, the staff may ask you how much chili you want, which makes it reasonably spicy for non-Thais.

My favourites: Moo Yang (roasted pork neck), BBQ Chicken, Larb Phed/Moo (Spicy Minced Duck/Pork), Nam Tok, Sum Tam (papaya salad)
Price range : $

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Sakura, Soi 94

Sakura has multiple location in Hua Hin, but my favourite is the original one located in Soi 94. There is a fantastic choice of Sushis and Sashimis at an affordable price. The place is nice and the service quite good.
Tip: try the large choice of Sake and don’t miss the Miso soup
My favourite : Salmon and Tuna Shashimi Boat
Price range : $$

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Street Food, Soi 55

Located in the corner of Naebkehart St. and Soi 55, there is a small food court with a handful of stalls providing excellent choice food in the range of 40-100 thb. This place is quite popular with locals for lunch and they also provide take away if you ask. Opening hours from 10:00am to 3:00pm.
Tip: come before 1:00pm after the choice become limited.
My favourites : Kaw Na Phed (Roasted Duck), Phad Thai
Price range : $

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Carlo Ristorante Italiano, opposite Centara Grand

This is not another pizza joint. Carlo is an Italian Gourmet Restaurant, where you can find original Italian food. Carlo is paying extreme attention to details and no plate leaves the kitchen without passing the boss’ eye.
Tip: the desserts are to die for, so keep a little appetite for the end course.
My favourites : Filletto di Manzo al Barolo, Scaloppine ai Funghi, Tiramisu
Price range : $$$

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Thai Orchids, Soi Naresdamri

One of the best Thai restaurants in Hua Hin. Traditional dishes meet western taste in a Thai-Fusion style. Very good service and one of the rare place where the staff have good command of english. The restaurant is located on the left of Sukkasem Homestay, on the other side of the street.
Tip: reservations recommended during high-season (Dec. to Feb.)
My favourites : Pork with green onion and mushroom, Duck in tamarind sauce
Price range: $$

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BBQ Myeongdong, Soi 88

This is THE place for Korean BBQ. This restaurant offers a 299 thb free buffet formula, so you can fill your stomach with delicious food including Kimchi stew, Topoki, and other Korean specialties.
Tip: Don’t miss to try the Soju for a real Korean experience.
My favourite : Pork belly marinated in soy bean paste
Price range : $

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Cool Breeze, Soi Naresdamri

Spanish Tapas. There is a very nice patio in the back of the restaurant where we enjoy al fresco dining. Look at the last page of the menu to find the sets formulas. Each set provides a unique experience of spanish food, at a bargain price. The service is good and the quality never varied over the years.
Tip: reservations recommended in the high-season (Dec. to Feb.)
My favourites : Albondigas, Serrano Ham, Garlic mushrooms, Fried potatoes
Price range : $$

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Night Market

A visit to Hua Hin would not be complete without having a dinner in the night market. There is quite a wide choice of restaurants there, so my advice would be to walk first up and down the market to spot the best offering on display. Once you have made your choice, you can pick the seafood on display and ask for the preparation you like.
Tip: Seafood is usually paid by weight, so ask the price first to avoid surprises.
My favourites: Rock lobster, Softshell crabs, Tiger prawns in black pepper
Price range : $$