Samui Wining & Dining
May the Good Times Roll!

An insight into Samui’s foodie scene, with tips on where to dine and make the most of your holiday meals.

 

1So Songkran came and went in April, and we all got a good dousing of (sometimes icy!) water. With May not bringing any major holidays, it’s a good time to just relax a little and make the most of Samui’s great dining options. From food-on-a-stick street food to fancy fare, from local flavours to international cuisine, Samui will surely please the most ardent food critic.

In this issue we look at Krua Bophut, popular for its picturesque setting and authentic Thai food. For those that appreciate modern architecture, interiors and art, coupled with great food and drinks, a trip to The Library’s Drink Gallery should be on your list of Samui’s must-do places.

     In the spirit of enjoying global cuisine, and to acknowledge Samui’s varied expat community, each month we highlight the food from a different nation. This month, the focus is on South Africa. Ever wondered what a ‘braai’ is? Well read on and find out about this ‘rainbow nation’s’ cuisine, which incidentally includes the meat of the world’s largest bird – which we’re also running a story on!

 

     Caffeine addicts will enjoy our stories on Boncafe and The Coffee Club. For those that prefer their drink with a kick, read on further about Greek wine. Remember, life is too short to eat mediocre food. Luckily, Samui’s great dining options are bountiful, and you can read about some of the best right here in Samui Wining and Dining.

 


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