Have you ever tasted local food at a good restaurant in Phuket?

There are a lot of ingredients in this “Fried dried noodle” or “Mea Phad Hok Kien” – pork, squid, fish ball, egg and of course local noodle. At the corner of Siam intersection (Dibuk Road and Yaowarat Road), there is a famous restaurant which is providing various local menus including “Mea Pha Hok Kien”, this restaurant has been opened in Phuket since 1969.

With particular attentiveness of food – they really care for every ingredient that makes differences with other restaurants – fresh meat and sea food are special elements for every dishe. Prices are not expensive and go with portion of food.

Everyday around 12.00 hrs, the restaurant always is filled with customers as usual – what if you come at that time and smelling from the food – I bet! you could eat a horse.

P.s. Daily open 11.00 – 17.00  (except Tuesday)


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What is food court in your mind? I know you may think of a plaza of common area within a facility that is contiguous with the counters of multiple food vendors and provides a common area for self-serve dining. And you can find it easily in shopping malls or airports.

And food courts must consist of a number of vendors at food stalls or service counters. Meals are ordered at one of the vendors and then carried to a common dining area.

What if we add “local” before “food court”? Then what do you now think about it? What do you think about food in “local food court”? What do you think about “local food court” in the most beautiful island named Phuket?

Don’t want to waste your time because Phuketindex.com would like to guide you to Phuket local food court in Phuket town. We are going to introduce you one of the famous dishes; Phuket Fresh Spring Roll.

“Phuket Fresh Spring Roll” or “Poe Pia Sod” in Thai is Phuket local food. It was affected by Chinese Hokkien. The owner of a small Hokkien restaurant (where located at the intersection of Debuk Rd and Yaowarat Rd in Phuket town) shows us how to cook Poe Pia Sod. He puts small pieces of Chinese cabbage, a little of fried yam bean, a little of bean sprouts, and 3 slices of bar-b-q pork on fresh rice paper. Then pour dipping sauce into a serving dish.

Actually Poe Pia Sod is a simple dish that you can easily find anywhere in Thailand. But with his secret dipping sauce ingredients, Poe Pia Sod Phuket is one of “the must” you should try.

There is no official name for this local restaurant but local people call it “Poe Pia Sod Siam”. The restaurant opens daily (except Tuesday) from 11.00 am. -17.00 pm.

If you come to Phuket, don’t forget to try Poe Pia Sod. Two thumbs up!


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If you have been to a typical Thai restaurant, you might fall in love with this delicious Thai Iced Tea which is bright color with the layers formed by milk, sweet and strong for health. It is very easy to make it (for avoid payment $3.50 to Starbuck) – Just try !!

Ingredients:

2/3 cup Thai tea leaves
1 2/3 cup Water
1/2 cup Sugar
1 1/2 cup Evaporated Milk (12oz can)

To make:

  • Bring the water to a boil in a pot. Remove the pot from heat when the water begins to boil, and then add tea leaves to the pot.
  • Stir to submerge all the tea leaves in the water (do not try to use the tea bag or tea ball) and steep for 5 minutes (do not boil the tea, just let it sit in the pot).
  • When the timer goes off, strain the tea into a larger pitcher through a sieve.
  • Add your sugar and stir to dissolve. Cool to room temperature, and then cover and refrigerate until ready to serve.

To serve:

Fill tall glasses with ice. Pour the tea in a glass, leaving 1/4 of the glass. Pour slowly evaporated milk over the ice in each glass.

Source: instructables / recipegal

“Dinner Ephemere” held by Limoncello restaurant on Monday 11 August, 2009

A restaurateur of Limoncello, Dr. Roberto Ugolini, 53 years, limoncello is a refreshingly bright and elegant restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating among yatching in Royal Phuket Marina – offerring Italian cuisine.

“We are proudly present  “Brunello Di Montalcino” which is famous red wine from Tuscany where is  one of the best area produce “Brunello di Montalcino”. We have a lot of wine from many areas and we would like our customers enjoy with our best wine,” he said.

As 2009 there are many competitors in terms of producing wine. “Italian wine was one of the best wine in the world, but nowadays you can find many good wine from Chile, New Zealand, and South Africa” he explained.

He is a native of Italy, who often drinks red wine with any kinds of food  (including seafood) which is different from other continents as his explanation ” In Asia – there are very truly different concepts for eating food with wine. And  in Europe – we drink red wine with meat.”

P.S.  you can see more picture @ Dinner Ephemere

Cape Sienna reinvents the traditional Brunch!…A brunch with a twist! A great buffet, choice of 5 main courses and a succulent dessert buffet. Price of 1199 Baht net/person, 1499 Baht net/person with half bottle of Wine per person, start from 12.00 pm. – 15.00 pm.

Phuket’s legendary noodle soup and Yen Ta Fo. The restaurant’s first branch is located on Satoon Rd., Phuket Town. The others are in Samkong area and at the opposite of Morning Star School Phuket. Travel to Phuket, tasts Phuket this real.