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The question of where to eat in Chalong Bay is a tough one, but only because there are so many great options for dining out in this culinary center. Yachts often stop nearby and the restaurants and bars in Chalong are prepared to serve the best. There is a nice variety of restaurants for any budget and taste. Offerings include, of course, Thai food, seafood, and many international dishes from around the world.
The Family Restaurant serves great Mediterranean dishes right alongside excellent Thai food. Also on the menu are well-prepared Middle Eastern foods, making The Family Restaurant a good choice when dining with family or friends – it appeals to a variety of palates, and it’s all delicious. This locale opens at noon and closes at 10 p.m. every day except Monday.
The chef at Fish 4 Thought was born in the Chalong Bay area and his roots show in his delicious dishes. Located right alongside the main road in town, you can’t go wrong with a dish from Fish 4 Thought. The restaurant, located in the chef’s grandmother’s former home, has a lovely sea-themed color scheme and a meal here makes for a nice night out in Phuket. Closed on Mondays, the restaurant is open from 10 a.m. to midnight on other days.
Located in east Phuket, Mor Mu Dong Restaurant serves delicious food and drinks a little way off the beaten path. This restaurant is more than worth discovering and the lower-key atmosphere adds to its appeal as a sort of hidden treasure. Serving seafood and Thai, many of the dishes are very spicy but you will find some creations to appeal to less adventurous tastes as well. With the exception of the fifteen of each month, Mor Mu Dong is open from 10 to 9:30 every day.
Captain Hook adds a little more variety to Chalong. Just a little way from Chalong Circle, this German restaurant and bar offers both German and Thai cuisine, so it may be the perfect place for groups with different food tastes who are heading out for a meal. You can visit Captain Hook Monday through Saturday from 3 p.m. to midnight.
Food Gallery’s founder has a love of both food and art, and as a consequence this restaurant serves of a great menu of Thai and European fusion dishes and also plays host to different art exhibitions every month. Fish and meat dishes are specialities, but there are plenty of vegetarian options as well. Food Gallery also serves coffee and baked goods. It is open from 9 to 9 every day.
Prantalay is a good choice for dining casually on some amazing and authentically Thai (and some Chinese) seafood dishes. The restaurant makes a point of preparing food in true Thai style, so this may be the perfect place to get some high-quality versions of your favorite Thai dishes. As a result, many dishes are quite spicy, but not all, so don’t be afraid to investigate and try something new. Located in Soi Palai, Prantalay is open 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day.
The Green Man is a pub and restaurant serving traditional English pub food right in the middle of this tropical paradise. Popular especially during the breakfast hours, the Green Man is open from 9 to 2 and serves a variety of seafood, including chowder, and other popular pub dishes. The Green Man is a bit expensive, so a visit will be a special treat to have near Chalong Circle and Kata Beach.