The Hua Hin Food Festival 2017 presented some of Hua Hin’s best food offerings, with everything from Thai street food to local specialties, sweets and the major hotel chains showing off wonderfully innovative menus.Continue Reading
This curry comes from the north of Thailand, as the name suggest, and is sometimes called a Burmese curry; it was adopted by the northern Thai when they were under the rule of the Burmese from the 16th to 18th centuries. With the complexities of a Massaman Curry, also an imported curry, this thick and oily dish is redolent of spices that suggest an Indian origin, not very far away from the borders of Myanmar….Continue Reading
No matter where you are in the world, the motto is to always ‘eat what’s in season’; Thailand and fruit are no exception. Thailand has some fantastic fruits to try right now. As you explore local markets, you will constantly see a vast array of tropical fruits, yet you can always tell what is at the height of the season when you travel the streets and see particular fruits for sale from the back of a pick up or a pop up street stall.Continue Reading
Cicada Market is rated the #1 ‘thing to do’ in Hua Hin by Trip Advisor, so for visitors to Hua Hin, this is a must do. Tamarind Market is just a stone’s throw away, so let’s compare the two to help you decide your preference. Let’s start with Cicada Market, which is divided into four venues…..Continue Reading
If you are looking for an area to eat in Hua Hin that is not on the regular tourist map, head for the corner of Naebkhehart Road and Soi 51.
Soi 51, now the home of the minivan depot, has always had a multitude of food options. This is very much a Hua Hin locals’ haunt.Continue Reading