Restaurants

Top Choice Thai in Prachuap Khiri Khan

In Town Seafood

A go-to place for discerning locals, here you can eat streetside under a utilitarian tent while gazing at the squid boats in the bay. Great range of fresh seafood on display – barracuda, crab and shellfish – so you …
Seafood in Prachuap Khiri Khan

Rop Lom

Popular with the locals, the pàt pŏng gà·rèe þoo (crab curry) comes with big chunks of sweet crab meat and the yam tá-lair (seafood salad) is spicy and zesty. On the non-oceanic side of things there's yam dòk·kaa (s…
Thai in Prachuap Khiri Khan

Krua Chaiwat

With good food at low prices, this small restaurant serves a mix of locals and expats. While Thai food is its strength – the đôm yam and mêe·ang kam (an assemble-it-yourself snack with wild pepper leaves) are quite …
Thai in Prachuap Khiri Khan

Dtom Leuat Mu

This actual shack on the corner serves just one dish – the namesake 'pig's blood soup', a piquant broth with many pig parts besides the congealed blood thrown in. This restaurant is constantly busy and some street c…
Bakery in Prachuap Khiri Khan

Ty I-House

Khun Suchada took an early retirement and has turned her hobby into a small business. She bakes what she feels like, only having a few things available at any one time, and sells it from a small table. Her chocolate…
Italian in Prachuap Khiri Khan

Ciao Pizza

Ciao Pizza is Italian-owned; come here for fine pizzas, pastas and gelato, as well as fresh bread baked daily and a takeaway selection of cheese and salami. There's a quiet dining area hidden at the back.
Cafe in Prachuap Khiri Khan

Grandma's House

Cool cafe on the ground floor of a renovated century-old wooden house. Run by artists, it's a good spot for breakfast, or a coffee, smoothie or chocolate break.
Market in Prachuap Khiri Khan

Rim Taley Market

The 'Oceanside Market' isn't very large, but it makes an ideal dinner destination because you can eat your food on the promenade or pier. On Friday and Saturday the few dozen regular vendors are joined by about 200 …
Thai in Prachuap Khiri Khan

Som Tam Baa Nook

Baa Nook is a transplant from Isan and she serves real-deal northeastern fare from this rough-and-tumble street-food shop. The sôm∙đam (spicy papaya salad) is excellent – she has the þlah ráh (fermented fish sauce) …
Market in Prachuap Khiri Khan

Municipal Market 1

From 4am to 9am Th Maitri Ngam, in front of the city's main fresh market, is filled with vendors selling take-away breakfast food like fried chicken and gaang pá·naang. Fresh fruit, including the famous local pineap…