Where to Eat on Pattaya Beach
Visitors will be impressed with the range of food available in Pattaya Beach, from traditional Thai dishes and seafood to kebabs, falafel and schnitzel. And with this much competition, prices are generally reasonable.
With many great restaurants—and the ever-tasty presence of street food—making a choice can be difficult.
To help you make decisions, here are seven great restaurants in Pattaya Beach:
Alois Restaurant and Wine Bar
Featuring gourmet Thai and European dishes, including pastas, seafood and steaks, Alois also has a complete wine list. There’s also plenty of parking and it is open for lunch and dinner.
Offering outdoor dining and a complete seafood menu, Plathong draws both locals and visitors. Try the crab meat sausages and the mixed seafood soup.
Mantra Restaurant and Bar
With individually decorated dining spaces and open kitchens—with chefs working in full view—Mantra offers Thai, Indian, Chinese, Japanese and Mediterranean dishes.
An open-air restaurant with lush landscaping, Green Tree’s Thai dishes and seafood are popular with locals—always a good sign.
Hopf Brew House
Though there is plenty of beer at the Hopf Brew House, it is also a family restaurant offering European comfort food, from pizzas to German pork knuckles and sausages.
A food court in the Central Festival Pattaya Beach mall, Food Loft offers Thai, Vietnamese, Japanese, Chinese, Indian and other food—and it has an ocean view.
AKA is a Japanese chain that allows you to select your own food—meat, veggies, noodles and sauces—and you cook the food yourself. We highly recommend the buffet special.