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Let’s Eat, Hua Hin – Trattoria by Andreas

Who better to explain what a Trattoria is then Andreas Bonifacio, the Chef Patron of one Hua Hin’s newest eating establishments – Trattoria by Andreas. For the last five years, Andreas has been at the helm of the highly acclaimed Andreas Italian Restaurant & Grill, but that chapter of his…

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Let’s Eat, Ian’s Restaurant – Epicurean European in Hua Hin

Ian’s Restaurant & Black Angus Steak House near Cicada Market is a standout addition to Hua Hin’s, well-served dining repertoire. It is achieving quite a reputation. The first impression on stepping into Chef Ian’s premises is its distinctive ambience. The two-story, neo-colonial bungalow is set back from bustling Khao Takiab…

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Let’s Eat, Hua Hin Palm Bistro

Editor’s Note: With the temporary closing of all restaurants by the Government due to Covid 19, we are pleased to revisit our dining adventure at the Palm Bistro Restaurant in Hua Hin on February 2019. Not all dishes mentioned below are currently available however you can view their take-away menu…

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Let’s Eat, Chay Had, Hilton Hua Hin Resort & Spa

Dining by the sea has some undefinable attraction. It never fails to be captivating, perhaps romantic, and always memorable. Additionally, it is often supposed that the food just tastes better when enjoyed down by the water. To test this theory first hand, our HOT Magazine food team visited Chay Had,…

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Let’s Eat, Let’s Sea Restaurant

Our modern world seems to be so focused on living in the moment. Seeking out the next ‘best thing’; chasing the latest trend; being seen at the newest happening. Respect for tradition and admiration of ‘long-established’ does not always appear to have currency with many in this fast-moving modern-day world.…

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Let’s Eat, Uncle Bill’s Mekong Kitchen

What images come to mind when you say “Mekong”? For me, it’s the wide fast-moving river in north-eastern Thailand with Laos beckoning enticingly across the broad waterway. It’s also the mighty timber rice barges, heavily laden, lumbering slowly to port in the lower Mekong river reaches of southern Vietnam. This…

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