Tom Yum Kung
The resort town of Hua Hin is abundant in fresh seafood especially in the vicinity of Hua Hin pier. Most hotels serve Thai and Western cuisine including barbecue. Hua Hin Night Market on Decha Nuchit Road offers a wide array of foods: Thai food, seafood, Thai desserts, etc. The adjacent Chatchai Market is an old famous daytime market built in the reign of King Rama VII (1925-1935) which has now become a centre of souvenirs, as well as fresh & dried food.
From an extensive range of fresh seafood in markets, Hua Hin features a large number of quality restaurants. Most specialize in seafood. Whether you are looking for local Thai food such as “Tom Yum Kung”, i.e. spicy prawn soup, or authentic international dishes, you won’t be disappointed. Though traditional Thai recipes are sometimes too hot for foreigners, many of them have fallen in love with the delectable tastes of Thai dishes. For international food lovers, they should visit Damnoen Kasem or Naret Damri or Decha Nuchit roads where a great selection of Danish, Italian, and German delicacies are served in many restaurants.
In addition to the food, Hua Hin offers a countless number of restaurants with a relaxing ambience that are truly suitable for your holidays.