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Tonsai Restaurants & Dining Guide

Central Tonsai

Near the pier you can find anything. The streets angle here and there and lack any distinctive markings (like names), so locations that aren't directly on the beach aren't always easy to find on the first attempt. Take heart, the place isn't that big.

Main Street, which isn't really its name but should be, is home to iconic Phi Phi locations like Mama's Restaurant - a French restaurant with an experienced friendly staff that delivers the goods in style and is an ideal people-watching vantage point. Le Grand Bleu, another classy French outlet right by the pier, on the same street you'll find Phi Phi Bakery, an institution, coffee and cigars at McPluto Burger, a packed house and warm pastries at Patcharee Bakery and shaded waterfront dining at Tonsai Seafood Restaurant.

Delve into the labyrinth for juicy steaks and a smorgasbord of international options at H.C. Anderson's, all you can eat sushi and sashimi at Hibachi. Cosmic is a pizza parlour with a burgeoning reputation that has another branch next to the Bank of Ayuthaya (the yellow bank) and you'll find a man-of-mystery vibe at nearby 007.

Get eclectic and intimate at Unni's Restaurant, a tastefully fitted out eatery featuring an incredibly wide menu that encompasses Mexican to Italian to Greek to Thai food. Next door is Pum Thai restaurant where you can attend cooking classes. This restaurant is also recommended by Britain's The Guardian newspaper, BBC books and Lonely Planet.

Always popular is side-by-side combo of Hang Out Bar & Restaurant and Madame Resto. For late night refuelling or a good old English breakfast head to Little Britain Cafe, in the Reggae Bar, for eggs, bacon, sausage, Heinz Baked Beans, fried potatoes, mushrooms, black pudding and other staples like burgers. Almost next door is Matt's Joint Grill ("All you can eat: Boys 295 baht, Girls 265 baht, Kids and Rabbits 150 baht").

East Tonsai

A trek to the east, down the footpath that more or less follows the sea, will turn up a dozen more eating options.

At the crest of a hill (more of a small incline, really) you'll find Phi Phi Don Chukit Restaurant, which, being elevated, has the one of the best views of Ton Sai Bay.

Further on - keep going, you're nearly at the end - are the twin powerhouses of Hippies Bar & Restaurant (& Convenience Store & who knows what else) and Carpe Diem. Like many places, the catch of the day is iced and on display.

 

 






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