Apart from sunbathing, enjoying the sky-blue sea and staying at a splendid beachfront resort, Hua Hin’s vast repertoire of restaurants make it a must-visit spot for every hardcore gourmand.

We’ve explored the length and breadth of the seaside city. Here’s our curated list of Instagrammable dishes you need to go eat and ‘gram for your feed.

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Big Fish & Bar

Romantic vibe with great fare? Head to Big Fish & Bar within the Hua Hin Marriott Resort & Spa. Helmed by Head Chef Alexander Horwat, Big Fish is an upscale seafood restaurant overlooking the splendid Gulf of Thailand.

Surfer Burger

Burger buffs, here’s a treat for you when in Hua Hin city. Surfer Burger won’t fail to satisfy your carnivorous diet.

McFarland House

For a farm-to-fork kind of meal, McFarland House is the place to be. The beachfront restaurant doles out international dishes crafted from fresh ingredients, with some from their own garden next to the venue.

debo cafe’ and room

Apart from the street market, another great spot to gorge on a scrumptious bowl of tom yum noodle is debo cafe’ and room. The noodle house is totally game when it comes to the deliciously thick, coconut, and chilli-enriched broth.

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Air Space Thailand

Home to Thai and western comfort food, Air Space Thailand always makes sure you get happily fed with an array of heart-warming, tummy-pleasing dishes.

Khao Moo Daeng Naikhiang

Eat here at Khao Moo Daeng Naikhiang if you love good barbeque pork served on a warm bed of rice soaked in the gravy made from the marinade used to marinate the pork itself.

Skoop Beach Café Hua Hin

A seaside dessert haunt, Skoop Beach Café is always on a mission to make your seaside life better – if not sweeter – with a scoop or two of ice cream in a cone, cup, or even on a warm waffle and brownie, basically whatever you please to have the frozen dairy dessert with.

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Tee Heng Dim Sum Hua Hin

Eat your weight in dim sum here at Tee Heng. The steamed dumpling spot also offers a bunch of other Chinese-style appetisers to cater to all your cravings.

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Monkey Italian Pizza & Beer Hua Hin

Pizza and beer always taste otherworldly together. Monkey Italian Pizza & Beer offers up their signature pies to pair with a beer of your taste.

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Gogo Gyoza & Craft Beer Bar

If eating golden-fried dumplings is your ultimate goal for a cheat day, Gogo Gyoza & Craft Beer Bar is your next stop for plate-sized crisp gyoza with a perfect brown-bottom crust. Delightful.

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Lung Ja Seafood

A hub for sumptuous seafood, Lung Ja welcomes you to feast your eyes and tummy on their selection of fiery fare.

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Ban Pa Jue

Mango and sticky rice devotees, make a pit stop at Ban Pa Jue for coconut-infused rice bejewelled with sun-shade chunks of sweet, juicy mango.

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Pa Porn-Nong Yok Seafood

Pa Porn-Nong Yok Seafood is another spot to devour pristine produce of the sea.

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S̄rṇa

Coffee connoisseurs will fall head over heels for S̄rṇa. The coffee venue serves up mean caffeinated drinks along with lusciously sweet cakes and pastries.

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Khao Tom Baan Pong

Tired of watery congee? Give this dried congee at Khao Tom Baan Pong a chance and you might never go back to the soupy version.

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Payu 999 Cafe & Restaurant Pranburi

Eat to your heart’s content at Payu 999 Cafe & Restaurant Pranburi. The menu here boasts a drool-inducing range of Thai food, both inspired from southern and central cuisines.

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Aow-Takiab Seafood

No need to get in the endless line at Jay Fai, because Aow-Takiab Seafood has the equally delicious dish of crab-loaded omelette on offer.

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Bhan Rao Kuay Tiew Pak Mor

If you haven’t yet tried the meat-stuffed rice dumplings in place of stringy noodles in an umami broth, by all means, try it here at Bhan Rao Kuay Tiew Pak Mor.

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Monsoon Valley Vineyard

Monsoon Valley Vineyard is a must-visit spot to wine and dine on quality vino and tasty top-notch food.

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COCA Bluport Hua Hin

The chain sukiyaki eatery, COCA Bluport Hua Hin churns out delicious Cantonese dishes, featuring a sukoiyaki where you can customise the meat and veggies on your own.

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Kankanit Wichiantanon
Writer, Bangkok
Kankanit is a writer by day and a baker by night. If there’s one thing you should know about her, it’s that she can wax poetic about food 24/7. Her daily routine is writing, cooking, eating, repeat. They are the things that inspire her from morning 'til night.