Top Choice Thai in Ubon Ratchathani

Rung Roj

An Ubon institution serving excellent food using family recipes and only fresh ingredients. Many people swear by the ox-tongue stew. From the outside it looks more like a well-to-do house than a restaurant, and insi…
International in Ubon Ratchathani


Peppers, popular with both fa·ràng and Thai, features a broad international menu with everything from nachos to schnitzel to pizza to đôm yam gûng and all-day breakfast. The bakery offerings, its real speciality, ar…
Thai in Ubon Ratchathani

Porntip Gai Yang Wat Jaeng

It looks like a tornado has whipped through this no-frills spot, but the chefs cook up a storm of their own. This is considered by many to be Ubon's premier purveyor of gài yâhng (grilled chicken), sôm·đam (spicy gr…
Thai in Ubon Ratchathani

Night Market

Though it's smaller than you'd expect, Ubon's city-centre night market makes an excellent dining destination, especially when paired with the weekend Walking Street Market. Vendors sell Thai, Isan and Vietnamese foo…
Mexican in Ubon Ratchathani

Outside Inn

This hotel restaurant sets itself apart with good Mexican meals (way above average for Thailand), but the Thai food is delicious, too. The menu also features sandwiches and a full roster of cocktails.
Thai in Ubon Ratchathani

Gway-tiao Gai Boran

Yes, the gŏo·ay·đĕe·o (noodle soup) here is delicious, but we also love this place for its old-time feel. It's part of the revival of the old city centre.
Thai in Ubon Ratchathani

Sam Chai Cafe

Not really a cafe, this bustling popular breakfast stop serves kôw đôm (rice soup), gŏo·ay đĕe·o (noodle soup), kài gà·tá (pan egg with sausage) and traditional Thai coffee. The service is lightning-fast and the own…
Thai in Ubon Ratchathani

14 Café

Classy through and through, 14 Café is good for a special night out. The large menu has quite a bit of seafood and features some uncommon dishes such as salmon lâhp. You can dine on a water-and-plant-filled wooden d…
Coffee in Ubon Ratchathani

Sarin Coffee & Bakery

It's a little oasis of cool on a hot day, with the iced coffee, chocolate cake and smoothies on hand. It's in the heart of the old town; look for the sign in stylised Thai that looks like the English 'NTSU'.
Thai in Ubon Ratchathani


A steady stream of old-timers linger over congee, tea and newspapers at this classic breakfast spot. Although it’s less popular during the rest of the day, the menu has all your Thai favourites.