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Koh Samui Restaurants | Enjoy food in Chaweng Beach while having a massage in a sala

One of the most important parts of any trip is the dining part. Keeping up with this aspect of a trip, Chaweng Beach offers a wide range of both local specialties and continental menus. There are many restaurants found here that offer a varied list of local dishes. In fact, some of them even serve these dishes to you while you have a massage in your own 'sala' on the beach.

Ask for spicy food if you want spicy food in Chaweng Beach

The food served in most restaurants here are milder than what the locals of Chaweng beach prefer. However if you want something spicy, you just have to provide instructions and it will be cooked to your specifications in the restaurant. One of the best features of an evening in Chaweng beach is the dinner you have on the beach, while sitting on the borders of waters of the lagoon.

There are many bars and restaurants on Chaweng beach that offer cocktails and lie down cushions, with mats that form the cream of a romantic evening. However don't forget to take along your mosquito repellent if you intend to spend such an evening in Chaweng Beach, Samui island.

You are served exquisite seafood on Chaweng Beach

Samui Seafood is a restaurant on Chaweng beach that offers seafood in an original setting where you can recline on cushions for a tropical feeling. There are two Japanese restaurants and a Korean barbeque you can try out for a change in Chaweng beach. Juzz'a Pizza in Green Mango Square offers excellent Italian dinners and if you feel home sick, you can always check out the classic restaurants on Chaweng beach like Burger King, Starbucks and Pizza Hut.

Some more of the best restaurants to visit for exquisite cuisine in Chaweng Beach, is Budsaba where you find Thai and Asian cuisine. Betelnut offers both Californian and Thai fusion food while Vecchio Napoli offers, as the name implies, Italian cuisine.


Last Updated: 05 Mar 2008