Eat in Hua Hin

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The Living Room Bistro and Wine Bar

The Living Room Bistro and Wine Bar

Fronted by a tranquil stretch of beach at the end of Soi 51, the white colonial-style beach house ablaze with lights is a new addition to Hua Hin’s culinary scene.

An array of standing lamps illuminates its well-manicured lawns and the hum of quiet dinner conversation hangs in the balmy sea air.

Once this was part of a vacation home of Princess Raohinavadi Dissakul, daughter of Prince Damrong Rajanubhab.

Today, diners, mostly couples and groups of friends, sit alfresco on a mix of beanbags, formal tables and white benches, nibbling on a menu split into Thai, Western...

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Supatra-by-the Sea

Supatra-by-the Sea

Lying in the shadow of Khao Takiab (Chopsticks) hill, this sprawling open-air restaurant with its relaxed beach vibe is the place to go for your fix of the local cuisine.

Dine on the lush beach-fronted lawns under the serene gaze of the impressive 20-metre Buddha statue, in the shade of the huge Lanna-style pavilion encircled by fishponds, or in air-conditioned private salas.

A small playground to one side is designed to keep kids busy, while a live band adds to the magical ambience in the night.

The extensive menu serves up contemporary and traditional Thai dishes.

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Cool Breeze Café Bar

Cool Breeze Café Bar

Dark furniture, comfy sofas, and vibrant paintings by local artist Elsie Evans punctuate the all-white interior of this beautifully renovated shop house; an original fisherman house, it is one of the oldest buildings in Hua Hin.

The main area opens to the sea breezes with dining tables spilling out on to the pavement. At the back, a small courtyard filled with tropical plants offers another alfresco option.

Upstairs, the original teak interior opens out onto a narrow balcony that allows you to people-watch in the street below.

Owner Vaughan Parkes, who has experience managing a similar restaurant in Bangkok, says, “our vision was to...

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La Grappa

La Grappa

Frescoes reproduced from the ancient paintings of Pompeii decorate one wall of this charming restaurant located in the heart of Hua Hin, while the other has large picture windows that afford a slideshow of the hubbub of Poolsuk Road.

A patio with sun umbrellas allows diners to sit out. Inside neatly arranged cutlery atop snow-white table linen, smart black seating, and friendly, clued-in staff make this venue perfect for a romantic dinner for two, or to celebrate a special occasion with family or friends.

With more than two decades of fine dining experience throughout Europe under his belt, Chef Andreas Bonifacio’s table offers a large selection of Italian classics, beautifully presented with innovative flair, and seasonal specials.

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La Brasserie De Paris

La Brasserie De Paris

Located next to the pier at the end of Naresdamri Road, this charming restaurant that has been around for 17 years is reminiscent of the quayside restaurants that dot Europe.

Chef de Cuisine and manager Fabrice Kem-Seng plates up traditional French fare with a walk over to the Thai side now and then with dishes like the excellent tiger prawns in ginger and lime.

Book one of the open-air tables on the restaurant’s terrace and watch the sun go down with a bottle of wine from a list that takes in French vintages and those from the New World at standard restaurant prices.

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La Birra

La Birra

Industrial chic meets retro styling in this popular L-shaped bistro in the Khao Takiab area. A funky red chandelier lights up the main seating area, which offers an assortment of beautiful retro furniture.

The words “Work for Living, Drink for Life” are emblazoned across the wooden-backed bar and the whole place is filled with knick-knacks from the owner’s personal collection.

Beer is the attraction here and true to its name, which is Italian for beer, they serve 60 different beers.

Sourced from around the world, the list that is dominated by Belgian Brews includes La Trappe Blonde, Kasteel Rouge, Fuller’s London Pride, O’Hara’s Irish Red, Trappiste...

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