Where to Eat in Cherngtalay | Tinlay Place is home to several such eateries, as well as chic bars and grills with warm, inviting atmospheres. Enjoy a variety of menus full of creative cocktails and delectable dishes in a road that is a must try when dining out in Bang Tao.
There are also plenty of restaurants with casual atmospheres in the area for those seeking something more laid-back where you can enjoy thirst quenching draft beers and eat mouth-watering pub grub.
Many places serve breakfast and there are countless options when it comes to Thai food.
Other restaurants along Lagoon Road offer al-fresco dining, flavoursome fusion menus, and there are also a few fine-dining establishments. Whether you’re after French, Italian, Japanese or Thai cuisine, you’ll manage to find all of those and much more on this unassuming street.
If you go to Bandon-Cherngtalay Road you will come across super tasty Thai menus in a selection of little eateries, most of which are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. International options serving scrumptious pizzas, as well as other dishes are also available if you so wish.
There are a few beach clubs in Bang Tao that offer an eclectic mix of food, fashion, music and much more.
Bars, swimming pools and terraces are some of the features you can expect in such establishments, as well as flavourful fare, creatively prepared cocktails and a vibrant atmosphere. Some of these beach clubs host parties with international DJs such as Matt Caseli, Sandy Rivera, Paul Oakenfold and Steve Aoki just to name a few.
There are a variety of options when it comes to choosing a bar or restaurant to frequent at Surin Beach. If you’re after some sunset drinks in a stylish setting, there are a few waterfront venues that serve refreshing beverages and enticing menus packed full of flavour. These al-fresco establishments have an inviting atmosphere, which combined with creatively prepared cocktails and beautifully presented dishes guarantees mouth-watering results and impressive views.
Surin also has fresh seafood establishments, as well as mid-range restaurants that serve a choice of international and Thai dishes. Pubs are also quite popular in this area where you can enjoy drinks and pub grub at reasonable rates.
For something more low-key, why not enjoy some Thai food around the main parking lot by the beach? Here you’ll come across such succulent delights as grilled chicken and the ever popular, spicy (or not – mai ped means not spicy in Thai) papaya salad, som tam.
Imported wines from around the world are available in a multitude of shops in Surin and Bang Tao.