Bophut Beach Restaurants
Koh Samui Restaurants | An introductory Bophut Beach restaurant guide
Samui island is a beautiful place to visit for a holiday and Bophut Beach is one of the best beaches to visit on Samui island for a quiet meal. Unlike the busy and hectic Chaweng beach of Samui island, Bophut beach is not that crowded and offers the best place to visit for a romantic lunch and dinner.
Get nostalgic when visiting the restaurants of Bophut Beach
You find the most popular restaurants in Bophut Beach, which are also considered to be the oldest on the island. When you enter these restaurants, you find yourself getting nostalgic with the wooden houses and local shops of Bophut beach. They all remind you of the past days of Samui Island.
You find a variety of outlets in Bophut beach serving barbeque, French, Italian, Indian and seafood; it is up to you to choose which cuisine you prefer here. In addition to these restaurants, you find numerous pubs and bakeries here in Bophut Beach that serve the standard snacks found in European style and pub food typical to British and Australians. The seafood restaurants of Bophut beach have to be visited by all lovers of fresh fish; so don't miss out on this chance if you love seafood.
Most of the restaurants of Bophut beach are houses converted to restaurants
You find a huge range of restaurants on Bophut Beach road ranging from elegant to basic restaurants offering dining discoveries. These charming Chinese shop houses that have been converted into restaurants and cafes are a sight worth seeing. Of the range of restaurants found on Bophut beach, the Alla Baia restaurant is worth visiting if you like Italian dishes.
The best bakery to visit for your baked goods in Bophut beach is the bakery Angela. This bakery is found on a roadside which is though not attractive, provides a typical European café atmosphere which tempts diners through its glass fronted fridges. These bakery goods can be eaten here in the restaurant or taken away.
Bophut Beach offers exquisite French cuisine
If it is French cuisine that you are looking for, head to Chez Ban Ban where you find continental dishes at reasonable rates. The atmosphere here may not be the best, but it is the food here worth mentioning about. Happy Elephant is a great place for seafood in a huge menu. You can choose fresh and tasty food here from the daily catch. As Thaïs own and manage this restaurant, you find international and Thai food here served by friendly staff who can communicate in English.
Last Updated: 05 Mar 2008