Located in the Rayavadee Resort in Krabi, the path to Krua Phranang takes you along the moonlit beach to enjoy some delicious Thai food in a romantic and relaxed setting. The restaurant is known for its seafood and grilled fish and you can get a range of Thai classics here that are served with a modern twist.
Starters include plates such as goong hom pha (deep fried prawns wrapped in rice paper with plum sauce – 370 baht) or light bites like satay goong (curry-marinated grilled tiger prawns served with peanut sauce – 370 baht). Mains include gaeng lueang pla normai dong (a sea bass filet in yellow curry with bamboo shoots – 650 baht) or gaeng khieow warn pla gao (a green curry of Grouper fish cooked with local sweet basil leaf and eggplant – 690 baht). Depending on the catch of the day, you can also enjoy rock lobster or grilled fish cooked over coconut husks.
Although there is an emphasis on fish and seafood, you can also get other dishes like duck, lamb and beef, and there is a vegetarian menu if you don’t eat meat. Desserts at Krua Phranang also reflect local flavours, such as the jasmine rice flan (290 baht) and mango pudding with aloe vera and pomelo (320 baht).
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Rayavadee Resort has all the assets to provide its guests with the best possible tropical vacation in southern Thailand.Set on the secluded and remote peninsula of Railay, Rayavadee offers a stay in the atmosphere of a local village nestled amidst a beautifully landscaped garden with coconut trees and tropical flowers.Railay is a unique place; only accessible by boat - this peninsula is separated from the main land by huge and tall limestone cliffs - it offers a travel back in time to its visitors with its four beaches - Railay East, Railay West, Tonsay Beach, and Phra Nang Beach - mangrove forests, caves, and hidden lagoon. Read More...
- Opening Hours: 18:00 – 23:00
- Location: Rayavadee Resort, Ao Nang, Krabi
- Tel: +66 (0)75 620 7403
- Cuisine: Thai