Restaurant Bang Pae Seafood PA Khlok Thalang Phuket Thailand Published on: 26-06-2016
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Why Bang Pae Seafood restaurant is special ?
Must try dishes:
Tom Yum Goong is served with rice noodle. The soup is made by good quality prawn, other spices and herbs, milk or coconut milk, red chili and mushroom.
Try their Tom yam talay (hot-and-sour Thai seafood soup), deep-fried tempura shrimp, stir-fried vegetables with cashew nuts, fresh oysters with local herbs and deep-fried squid with garlic and pepper. Also, their steamed and broiled seafood dishes with Thai herbs are delicious.
What not to miss about eating seafood in Thailand is nam jim or Thai spicy seafood sauce. It’s made from garlic, green chillies and a little bit of fish sauce, lime juice and sugar. The taste is a mixture of spicy, sour and a little bit sweet. You can ask for the ‘mai pet maak’ (not too spicy) version and they will tone it down for you.
How to get to Bang Pae Seafood restaurant?
Bang Pae Seafood Restaurant is located at the edge of mangrove forest in Paklok. From the Heroines Monument Traffic Roundabout take the turning towards Ao Por, after around 9 km there is a sign on the right for this small restaurant. It is surrounded by lots of shady trees over looks the water and mangroves.
- Seafood by a mangrove
- Good food, great scenery
- High-quality Thai food
- Lovely restaurant in a great setting!
- Hidden gem, stunning setting, truly authentic cuisine.
- Main cuisine Speciality
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Budget
- Alcohol YES
- Air condition NO
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card NO
- Serve breakfast NO
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian NO
Bang Pae Seafood PA Khlok Thalang Phuket Thailand
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It's really a best restaurant which can not miss in Phuket. I knew it by the advice of my tour guide. It's over my expectation. The menu was various with a lot kind of seafood. It was extremely fresh. The dishes was prepared by experienced chef, its decor is hardly stands out but its surroundings are excellent. I ordered the Tom Yum, wow. The taste is a mixture of spicy, sour and a little bit sweet. One more special things is that the service was fast. The meal came out still hot. and the staff was friendly. anyway. wonderful restaurant.
Bang Pae Seafood is located in a beautiful setting on the edge of a mangrove forest with lots of shady trees and views of the ocean. It is also very popular on the weekends with Thai families as the food is delicious and the area is perfect to let children run around and play. This is the sort of place that as soon as you sit down, you relax and just take in the views. The menu has a huge selection and there are also local dishes if you do not like seafood. The 4 dishes in my photos plus 5 no alcohol drinks came to 660baht. Bang Pae Seafood is the perfect place for lunch but you will need a car or transport to get there. At the Heroines Monument turn off and drive towards Ao Por. After about 10 kilometers you will see the sign for the restaurant on your right. Follow this road for a couple of minutes to the end and there is Bang Pae Restaurant. There is also plenty of car parking out the front of the restaurant
We joined many local Thai families at Bang Pae Seafood restaurant to idle away a Sunday lunch. Good place for it too .... covered tables surrounded by greenery and edging the waterside.(Don’t forget the insect repellent). Service was good, made even better with a service press button that assured prompt attention. With a smattering of enough English the waitress helped us with our order. The menu was broad, offering all the traditionals, much the same as most of the larger seafood restaurants. It was good food, well balanced, good size servings and tastes that kept us interested. It also had many meat options for those that prefer it. Cost wise very reasonable. We had 3 dishes, rice and 2 large Singhas (boy needed them). Bill came to 720 baht. So now for the food....First up crab meat in black pepper sauce. Well-balanced flavours with hefty pieces of crab meat. It was served with 16 half cloves of garlic! I know because I pushed them all aside. Interestingly, it was not overflavoured with the garlic. Next up local greens, a bit lie young spinach but with a firmer texture served with vermicelli and egg. A nice complement to the rest of the meal. Finally the hot and sour tamarind fish soup. We asked for medium chillie Thai syle which is usually fine for us .... their version was too hot this time and interfered with the copilot’s enjoyment, though not mine. Beautiful complex soup, underlying sourness of the tamarind, heavily hit with turmeric and hot, with a fatty fish, young bamboo shoot and interestingly bits of fern weed omelette. Fern weed was piled on top of the lot. It was well worth the visit. You need a car to get there.