Another up and coming walking street that is famous among western tourists is Bophut Fisherman’s Village. Located in the north of Koh Samui with Mae Nam to the west and Big Buddha Beach to the east, Bophut is a charming village where Chinese shop-houses conversed to modern cafes and restaurants crowd the narrow street.
At Tai by red snapper,you can enjoy classic and contemporary Japanese cuisines that are meticulously prepared by one of the country’s finest chefs-Chef Noboru.Tai by red snapper takes pride in using only
the finest and freshest ingredients import from Kyushu and Hokaido Island. Japan for its delicious dishes.A wide array of beverages will elevate the dinning experience to a whole new level. Those with a sweet tooth can satisfy cravings with Tai by red snapper’s mouthwatering desserts. Tai by red snapper is the perfect place to have lunch or dinner among friends and loved ones .
Talk to any cake lover on the island, and the first place they’ll probably mention is Lolamui. Young owner Pun transformed a hillside near Lamai Beach into the setting for a tropical white wooden house that serves a wide range of baked delicacies. The most popular options here, from B65, are banoffee pie, chocolate lava and a cake made from the soft and creamy coconut called maprao kati (macapuno). They also offer seasonal selections such as strawberry cake.
Khao Hom is situated right near Samui International Airport. The recipes are from the owner’s family, Samui locals for generations. Their most famous dish is moo kua kapi (stir-fried pork with shrimp paste, B150) which keeps the crowds coming back, while their gaeng som with shrimp (B150) and pak liang (stir-fried local leaves with eggs, B100) are also popular.
Take the long ride to Tambon Mared, in the south of the island, where Pa Lek serves local favorites like kanomjeen (rice noodle) with nam ya tai (Southern-style curry), nam prik (sweet soup), and gaeng tai pla (Southern spicy soup with fish). The auntie, whose been selling here for more than 30 years, also serves other Samui classics like khao yam (rice topped with chopped fresh vegetables with Southern gravy) and pad mee kati (stir-fried noodle with coconut sauce).
Serving various choices for oustomers with authertiicThai cusine,genine Aussie Steaks,Charcoaled BBQ,variety ofPasta & Fresh Seafood with big set menu ala carte menu ,”Copacabana ” is the simplest and best rendevous for single, couple or family dining.
Krua Chao Baan sits in three wooden houses right next to the white sands of Lamai Beach. Their menu is big on Southern recipes such as yellow gaeng som (spicy sour soup), stir-fried octopus with shrimp paste and pineapple, stir-fried shrimp with sataw beans and hormok talay (crab eggs in steamed curry). Don’t miss their specialty, khai-jiew Krua Chao Baan, an omelet that looks more like a Spanish tortilla. As an added bonus, the beach is beautiful so you can work off those calories by taking their free kayak out for a paddle.
Run by Khun Moo, who has over 20 years experience working as a chef in high-end hotels, this beachfront restaurant offers a very local taste in a rustic setting. Expect classic local seafood dishes like like khai jiew hor mok (omelet with spicy curry seafood), waii kua (octopus in dried curry) and pla song nam (deep fried seabass with spicy and sour sauce). They also provide free nam prik kapi (shrimp paste) for every table, too. Make sure you visit the right one as many restaurants on Bang Po Beach have similar names.