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After a day on the beach, you won’t go hungry in Cha-Am.
Visitors have a wide selection of local eateries in which to sample fresh seafood, local Thai dishes and cuisine from around the world. Here are seven restaurants in Cha-Am that belong on your list:
Located on the beach road, and popular with locals, O-Zone features live music, an ocean breeze and great seafood.
Poom Restaurant is another popular place with locals, offering seafood and Thai dishes. It’s more expensive than some, but the portions are huge.
Another good venue for traditional Thai dishes, Rangyen offers a very different setting: a patio restaurant in courtyard under the stars. It’s a good place to share an intimate meal.
For those looking for Isan (northern) cuisine, Baan E-San is known as the real deal. Guests have the option to sit in individual huts with thatched roofs in the garden. For those seeking an authentic experience, try a dish with plaa raa, the fermented fish paste that marks some Isan cooking.
Clouds Loft is an architectural marvel located in the Alila Hotel. Guests sit on a spectacular elevated poolside terrace, enjoying both a breeze and a mix of local and international cuisine. Take your time. The Clouds Loft is a nice place to linger.
Som Tam Luang Prabang is a favorite of locals, who come for live music and Laotian food. A newer establishment, it is cheap, clean and simple.
For those looking for western food, The Medi is a chic and modern restaurant located on the coast road. Dining is poolside with an ocean view. It’s more expensive, but a great place for steak and barbeque, and the service is first class.