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Ao Nang Restaurants & Dining Guide

You won't go hungry in Ao Nang. Whether your appetite finds you gravitating towards rice or fleeing from it, options are abound. Ambiance ranges from street side cafeteria to upscale class replete with candles and - gasp! - real cloth napkins.

Ao Nang Restaurants & Dining Guide

Ao Nang Main Beach Road Restaurants

Consider the main beach road Little Italy; tomato sauce is everywhere.

Places like Rialto, Lavinia, and Jeseao serve up admirable pizzas, pastas, breads, and even Italian ice cream at La Dolce Vita.

Bright blue walls and an out-of-place waterfall give Azzurra Nova a joyfully garish atmosphere that makes great food taste that much better.

North Beach Road Restaurants

The best Thai food in terms of taste, price, and authenticity, is found away from the beach. The road leading north (towards Noppharat Beach) explodes with people and tastes when the sun goes down. A five-minute walk from the beach is rewarded with a street lined with mobile kitchens.

These motorbikes-turned-restaurants are marvels of ingenuity - everything needed to cook up tasty noodles or pancakes is packed onto one self-contained, motorized kitchen. Some even include stools for waiting customers.

Near the motorbike food convention is a Western-style strip mall that failed miserably. Faded stickers on empty storefronts advertise sales of 50 - 70%. The shops may not have worked, but the parking lot gave birth to a night market. There are some knick-knacks for sale, but you visit for the food. Wander around the stalls, pick out a couple dishes, pull up a plastic chair, and be entertained by all the foreigners that seem to be well adapted to the Thai way of life.

Blue Mango Restaurant , across the street from the Krabi Resort, sets the standard for Scandinavian food with dishes from the far north served in an inviting, hip dining area. If burgers are more your thing, American Burgers & Shakes can cure your craving without relieving your wallet of too much money.
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Blue Mango Restaurant

South Beach Road Restaurants

The southern arm of the beach road, extending to Krabi Town, is barbeque central. Traditional Issan food, in the style of northeast Thailand, is distinct and delicious. Chicken, fish, and pork is grilled over open coals and served with sticky rice and papaya salad. The mass of bamboo huts and aroma of succulent meats make it tough to miss and impossible to pass up.

Grub on a sandwich and salad on the veranda of Pane e Pasta, Indian food and cheap happy hour beers at Tandoori Night, Big Macs at you-know-where, or Thai and European dishes at The Roof Restaurant - famed for its romance.

Off the Road

At the north end of the beach are a few restaurants specialising in Krabi's excellent seafood.

The displays of king prawn, fish and lobster are tempting and prices are fair (depending on the season) If you want really fresh seafood, you can select live from the tanks.


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