Krabi has the undeniable advantage of being the 'real' Thailand in that the tourist pockets of Ao Nang and Railey Beach don't necessarily affect other parts of the province.
This means that visitors can enjoy genuine local cuisine and at the same time avail themselves of hotel and stand-alone top-class restaurants. It's all waiting for you - all you have to do is go find these great restaurants.
The Last Fisherman
The Last Fisherman is a tropical restaurant dream come true: set right on Ao Nang Beach, this bar and restaurant offers
Bombay Palace is one of the best (if not the best) Indian restaurants in Ao Nang. Opened in 2007, it offers a great
Azzurra bills itself as an “authentic Italian restaurant” for good reason; the owner is Italian and makes sure the fare
Lae Lay Grill
If you’re a seafood aficionado and find yourself in Ao Nang you’re in for a pleasant surprise. Almost every restaurant
The Irish Rover
The Irish Rover is a charming and typical Irish pub located just off the road to Krabi Town in Ao Nang’s southern part.
Bai Toey Seafood
Bai Toey Seafood is a highly recommended restaurant in Krabi Town. Set on the banks of Krabi River in a tranquil corner
Viva Da Renato
Viva Da Renato (Ristorante – Pizzeria – Bar) is the doyen of Italian eateries in Krabi as it has been open since 1999.
The Irish Embassy
The Irish Embassy has taken over Paddy's Pub, a long established (opened in 2006) venue in Klong Muang. It is mostly the
It seems incongruous that people should come all the way to Thailand and eat Indian food. But when Thai cuisine is
Italian is one of the most-loved cuisines in the world. In various permutations you can score pasta or pizza from Rome
Sabai Ba Bar
Sabai Ba Bar is certainly the most original venue in Nong Thale. Located on Klong Muang beachfront, this restaurant,
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