Thanks for all your previous help. Is there any restaurants near that you can recommend or to avoid please? Also any trips, particularly boat trips. Thanks again
Hi you will enjoy the place. First of all we found it much better to go into town and eat at the seafood markets. Other than that we just hired a moped and drove around as far as we can with the water on our right hand side and then came home with the water on our left-hand side and found a lot of little rustic restaurants that had the best meals. You will pay 6 or 7 times more at the resort for the same meal.
We went to a few restaurants but in all honesty the markets are much better. There are some seafood markets directly opposite the river and we found them to be great for food and cocktails which are exceptionally cheap
There's a few places just opposite, but we didn't try any because of the slow service. If you head left out of the Anantara toward Chaweng, you'll come across a really good Chinese restaurant with nice food, but its relatively expensive - about a 10 minute walk and it'll be on your left-hand side just before you get in to Chaweng. I've tried to find it on Google but its not on there. It's got a glass front and you have to walk up steps to enter.
I'd just go to the Fishermans village. Taxi is expensive (400THB), drive is about fifteen minutes but it really is the best place to get food in Koh Samui. When you get to the front, head right and walk down towards a place called 'The Hut'. Its a traditional Thai place run by a family on the outskirts of the strip. Very very good food for cheap prices. It's busy so you'll have to call to book or go early at about 18:00 - 18:30.
I think we eat here four out of five nights we stayed in Koh Samui.
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