Khao Lak Restaurants & Dining

What to Eat and Where to Dine in Khao Lak

Khao Lak, while not a gourmet destination, delivers the goods when it comes to family-style dining out.

The area consisting of Khao Lak Beach, Bang Niang and La On has a broad range of cuisine on offer, including Indian, Scandinavian, Italian, German, British and of course Thai, while restaurants vary from hole-in-the-wall roadside eateries to plush hotel food outlets with a lot in between.

Bang Niang Restaurants Bang Niang Restaurants

Apart from the many hotel dining options in Bang Niang, there are several clusters of restaurants offering international cuisine and seafood, pretty much all within walking distance. Read More...

La On Village Restaurants La On Village Restaurants

La On Village has many restaurants with a wide range of cuisines to choose from but it is certainly not a fine-dining destination. Expect many middle-range restaurants serving mixed-nationality cuisine in an effort to keep everybody happy. Read More...


Restaurants in Other Khao Lak Areas

Bamboo Bar & Seafood Grill

Bamboo Bar & Seafood Grill

The name sounds modest enough – after all, how many bamboo-and-thatch seaside restaurants are there in Thailand? It’s only when you wind your way through the sumptuous grounds of Le Meridien Khao Lak Resort towards the beach that you suspect that this evening is going to be a special one. Bamboo Beach Bar and Seafood Grill is located right on the beach and the ‘tharump’ of the incoming waves hitting the strand is never far away. (Read Bamboo Bar & Seafood Grill review...)


Highway 4, in Le Meridien Khao Lak Resort on Pakweep Beach

Ficus Restaurant

Ficus Restaurant at the Sarojin

If anyone could explain just exactly what it is that makes a successful restaurant they’d be able to retire a very rich person after writing a book about the magical ingredients. Some go for atmosphere, but if you want atmosphere without great food you may as well stay at home, right? No, it’s definitely a combination of atmosphere, décor, fine dining and location. Ficus, in The Sarojin, has all of these ingredients and more. (Read Ficus Restaurant review...)


Highway 4, in The Sarojin on Pakweep Beach

Muan Lai – Issarn Restaurant

Muan Lai – Issarn Restaurant

Straddling a hillside in between Khao Lak Beach and La On is a bright yellow restaurant with superb views north over several beaches. This is Muan Lai –specialising in northeastern Thai cuisine. Breezy and colourful, Muan Lai is instantly noticeable (which is a good thing as it has no English-language sign outside) and is a good choice of venue for sundowners or an early dinner – if not lunch. It’s never crowded so service is more or less instantaneous and the menu consists mainly of grilled meats, potent sauces and sticky (glutinous) rice. If you’ve ever wondered what Khao Lak’s coastline looks like at a glance Muan Lai is the place to take it all in.

Opening Hours: 08:00 – 22:00

Highway 4 in between Khao Lak Beach and La On Village

Cuisine: Barbecue

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