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What’s Up With Phuket Eats

Category: Tourism, Posted:01 Oct 2017 | 16:48 pm

One of the island’s best restaurants, Suay that is a mainstay in Phuket Town has opened a new branch in Cherngtalay.

Chef Tammasak Chootong leads the charge with modern Asian cuisine that has continued to set new standards for tasty innovation.

The new eatery is located in Baan Wana Cherngtalay and open daily from 4 to 11 pm.

Another familiar face is restaurateur Thomas Brack who led the Patong based The 9th Floor for many years.

Now his latest venture is etHO’s in Kalim. What’s on offer is Mediterranean food, great drinks and West Coast views.

Check it out every day from noon to midnight.

Rounding out a list of what’s new is the soon to open Phuket version of the famed Bali pig out – Naughty Nuri’s.

Featuring excellent BBQ, the outlet will debut soon in Patong.

I’m hungry just writing this so bon appetite Phuket.

 

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