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Top 11 Hua Hin Restaurants to Visit for an Incredible Dining Experience

Top 11 Hua Hin Restaurants to Visit for an Incredible Dining Experience!

To be honest, I’m a little fussy about eating out, so I try to research everything about a food place before I visit and swoop in. But after a friend brought me to a restaurant in Hua Hin, I became more than eager to go and let the food do the convincing. 

Perhaps, it was the mesmerizing sweet/salty/spicy tastes of Tom Yum that made me want to go out more. Or just the irresistible allure of eating in a seaside city like Hua Hin that caused me to let my guard down.

Well, folks, my journey only proved one thing: Good food is definitely worth the time. And I’m super glad to share the best restaurants in Hua Hin that you should book right away!

Let’s Sea Restaurant 

Address: 83, 155 Soi Hua Thanon, 23 Nong Kae

Operating Hours: 7 a.m. – 10 p.m. (Daily)

Contact Number: +66 32 900 800


Costs: ฿฿ – ฿฿฿

The place to go if you want a restaurant with a dramatic ocean view and relaxed atmosphere. It’s part of the luxurious Let’s Sea Hua Hin Al Fresco Resort, so expect an elegant rustic interior, swanky decors, and romantic lighting.

Let’s Sea Restaurant has a massive menu with Thai and Western cuisines, so you have plenty of food options. However, their most notable dishes are three tom yum soup varieties: tom yum goong, tom kha gai, and tom klong.

These rich and spicy seafood soups are served in a large pot, so it’s perfect when eating out with family or friends. Don’t forget to try their spicy and savory choo chee kung, or king tiger prawn with red curry gravy.

Pro Tip:

Let’s Sea has limited seats by the beach so we recommend going here early to secure a spot. Or, book a table beforehand.

Trattoria by Andreas

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Address: 4/91 Soi Mooban Nong Kae, Tambon Nong Kae

Operating Hours: 

  • 12 p.m. – 2 p.m. (Daily)
  • 5 p.m. – 11 p.m. (Daily)

Contact Number: +66 99 910 1018


Costs: ฿฿ – ฿฿฿

Trattoria by Andreas is arguably the best Italian restaurant in Hua Hin. Aside from its charming modern interiors, this place stands out for its excellent selection of classic and authentic Italian dishes.

My Italian friends, in particular, swear by Trattoria by Andreas’ pizza offerings: Margherita, 4 cheese, burrata & ham, tartufata, mushroom & ham, and more. These pizzas are made with soft and crispy dough that makes you feel like you’re in Italy.

Aside from that, other dishes to watch out for are the bruschetta, duck-filled agnolotti, ravioli lasagna, and 4 cheese gnocchi. Also, be sure to get their classic panna cotta or tiramisu for dessert and you should be set.

Pro Tip:

It’s worth mentioning that the restaurant only has a parallel parking spot, so keep that in mind if you plan to drive here. Otherwise, your alternative option is the car park at the nearby Cicada Market, but you must arrive early because it gets packed quickly.

Railway Restaurant at Centara Grand Beach Resort & Villas

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Address: 1 Damnernkasem Road, Hua Hin Sub-district

Operating Hours: 

  • 6:30 a.m. – 11 a.m. (Daily)
  • 5 p.m. – 10 p.m. (Daily)

Contact Number: +66 32 512 021


Costs: ฿฿ – ฿฿฿

If you like trains as much as you do food, this restaurant in Hua Hin is definitely worth a shot. After all, Railway Restaurant’s colonial-style interiors and alfresco dining area are inspired by the historic Hua Hin Railway Station from the 1920s.

Aside from that, this place serves dishes originally sold at the railway station which makes it a must-visit for history buffs and hardcore foodies. Think railway fried rice, seafood cream soup, and deep-fried fish.

That means you’re covered for retro food and atmosphere. This restaurant also serves Japanese, Chinese, and Western cuisines, so you’ll likely find food that suits your mood and taste.

Pro Tip:

For the best experience, we recommend going for Railway Restaurant’s half and full-board meal plans, especially if you’re staying at Centara Grand Beach Resort. This lets you sample personalized meals from breakfast to lunch or dinner.


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Address: 250, 89 Soi 94, Hua Hin Sub-district

Operating Hours: 11 a.m. – 10 p.m. (Daily)

Contact Number: +66 85 838 9153


Costs: ฿฿

This restaurant in Hua Hin is great for tourists who crave Middle Eastern cuisine. Think Arabic salad, baba ganoush, tabouli salad, chicken shish kabab, shakshuka, falafel, Iraq-style kibbeh, and more.

Our foodie staffers are particularly fond of their hummus. It has a perfectly tangy and nutty flavor with a mellow garlic taste and hints of fresh lemon. 

Pair it with their excellent falafel, chicken fingers, and tabouli salad for the perfect Middle Eastern meal.

Pro Tip:

Avoid coming here during peak hours if you’re driving. The parking spaces near Ogen are limited during this time.

Hin Lek Fai Restaurant

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Address: Soi 10, 102/172 Hin Lek Fai Restaurant, Huahin Sub-district

Operating Hours: 5 p.m. – 10 p.m. (Wednesday – Monday)

Contact Number: +66 62 293 9924


Costs: ฿฿

This charming restaurant in Hua Hin is certainly a must-visit if you’re up for Thai and Italian food. It’s also tucked away in the district’s outskirts, so it’s the perfect place to visit if you want to avoid Hua Hin’s crowded touristy spots.

Hin Lek Fai Restaurant’s bestsellers are its Italian pasta and Thai curry offerings. However, our favorite is their spaghetti alle vongole. It’s a seafood pasta that combines the flavors of sweet spaghetti, salty baby clams, white wine, and garlic.

It’s also worth noting that this restaurant has an excellent selection of Italian and French desserts. Think tiramisu, crème brûlée, panna cotta, banana flambe, and crêpes suzette.

Pro Tip:

Reservations are highly recommended since this restaurant has a limited dining space.

Siam Bakery

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Address: 107/1 Phet Kasem Road, Hua Hin Marriott Resort & Spa

Operating Hours: 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. (Daily)

Contact Number: +66 32 904 666


Costs: ฿฿

This casual spot is one of the best restaurants in Hua Hin to go to for breakfast and brunch. Siam Bakery specializes in affordable Thai and Western-style breakfasts, so there are plenty of excellent food options for everyone.

Think classic Thai breakfast set, Siam Bakery set, eggs benedict set, and baguette sandwiches. Our team particularly loves their Thai breakfast set since it includes a choice of fruit juice, seasonal sliced fruits, and hot or cold coffee, tea, or chocolate.

On Tuesdays, they even have a special breakfast buffet with a local radio station. Afterward, there’s a special Tandoori promotion from 5:30 to 8 p.m. which gives you a chance to sample the dishes from their Middle Eastern-style buffet.

Pro Tip:

Be sure to return here at night since they sell their pastries and bread at half the price.

Orchids Restaurant at Fulay Hotel

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Address: Naresdamri Road, Hua Hin Sub-district

Operating Hours: 6 p.m. – 10 p.m. (Daily)

Contact Number: +66 32 513 670


Costs: ฿฿

Orchids Restaurant at Fulay Hotel is a Thai-French restaurant in Hua Hin with a charming and sizable rustic interior perfect for family dinners. This place is most notable for its fresh Thai seafood dishes since they source ingredients from Pranburi fishermen.

In fact, one of their bestsellers is their signature Chef salad. It’s a sweet and sour salad with prawns, cucumber, and a special peanut sauce. Aside from that, their orchid crab cakes and coconut curry prawns are also a must-try.

Meanwhile, the hottest items on their French menu are prawn and asparagus with vermouth sauce, chicken breast with garlic cream sauce, and duck breast with orange burgundy sauce.

Pro Tip:

This place also has a dedicated vegetarian menu, so don’t forget to ask the servers for it if you want to avoid meat-based dishes.

Ruam Saep Yok Khok Som Tam

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Address: 250, 11 Hua Hin 88/2 Alley, Hua Hin Sub-district

Operating Hours: 10 a.m. – 10 p.m. (Daily)

Contact Number: +66 81 901 1287

Costs: ฿

If you’re looking for an affordable restaurant in Hua Hin that serves traditional Thai food, there’s Ruam Saep Yok Khok Som Tam. This place is particularly well-known for its Isan-style cuisine, so expect dishes like som tam, gai yang, and larb moo tod.

Their gai yang or grilled chicken, in particular, is a solid pick since they cook it in a traditional clay oven that works like an Indian tandoor. That makes their gai yang perfectly juicy and fall-off-the-bone tender.

Pro Tip:

Many of their dishes can be sweet, so ask them to limit the sweetness if you prefer a more savory dish.

Ko Mark Restaurant

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Address: 6, 381 Hua Hin 30 Alley, Hua Hin Sub-district

Operating Hours: 

  • 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. (Thursday – Monday)
  • 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. (Thursday – Monday)

Contact Number: +66 32 907 589


Costs: ฿฿

Ko Mark Restaurant is a popular food place with an airy setting and chic modern interiors, so it’s definitely worth visiting while you’re in Hua Hin. This restaurant is particularly great for tourists who like to try modern versions of traditional Thai dishes.

This includes pork larb, fried grouper with garlic and pepper, sea bass sour curry, stir-fried crab with basil, crispy pork belly, and more. Of these, their most standout dish is sour curry or kaeng som.

This southern Thai dish has a rich and savory broth with sour, sweet, salty, and spicy flavors. No wonder it’s popular among the locals!

Pro Tip:

Ko Mark Restaurant is usually packed so booking a reservation is highly recommended. Otherwise, be ready to wait in line for some time.

Jek Piek Seafood Restaurant

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Address: 69 7 Phet Kasem Road, Hua Hin Sub-district

Operating Hours: 

  • 6 a.m. – 12 p.m. (Daily)
  • 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. (Daily)

Contact Number: +66 32 511 289

Costs: ฿

This local haunt is an excellent option for foodies looking for an affordable seafood restaurant in Hua Hin. Though this humble streetside restaurant doesn’t offer much when it comes to interior design, it’s certainly a must-visit for its authentic Thai cuisine.

Some of the local favorites here include pork blood soup, Hainanese chicken rice, pork BBQ, and congee. We particularly enjoyed their signature pork blood soup which they season well with plenty of local spices.

Pro Tip:

Try to come here when it opens in the morning because it gets packed quickly. Otherwise, be prepared for a long queue or just order your food for takeout.

Big Fish & Bar

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Address: 107/1 Phet Kasem Road, Hua Hin Marriott Resort & Spa, Hua Hin Sub-district

Operating Hours:

  • 12 p.m. – 3 p.m. (Daily)
  • 5 p.m. – 11 p.m. (Daily)

Contact Number: +66 32 904 666


Costs: ฿฿ – ฿฿฿

Big Fish & Bar is the place to go for premium grilled seafood and slow-cooked meats. That makes it the best food place in Hua Hin if you’re a meat-loving foodie.

It’s even located along the beach, so expect a stunning ocean view during your stay. 

Moreover, their menu consists of Thai and French dishes which is ideal if you like diverse options.

Our team’s seafood lovers say the restaurant’s biggest hitters are its grilled crabs and lobsters which they make using locally sourced ingredients. They even have a special “catch of the day” menu, so you can get the best and freshest seafood available.

Pro Tip:

We suggest booking a table in advance if you want to take someone to a romantic sunset dinner date here. Their ocean-view tables are popular so it’s best to make your reservation 24 hours before your planned visit.

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