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Must Try Popular Food in Hua Hin – Treat your Taste Buds to the Exotic

Hua Hin is the ideal Thai resort for enjoying some laid back beach vibes while feasting on the freshest seafood. A foodie's paradise the place offers a variety of delectable dishes to enjoy.


Som Tam Pu Ma

This is a signature blue crab dish that offers the prefect balance of sour and spicy flavours. A very well-seasoned dish Som Tom Pu Ma consists of shredded green papaya which is made into a salad that's is spiced and served with chunks of very fresh blue crab. This is an excellent appetiser dish that promises to tantalize and treat the senses with its fresh crunchy ingredients.


Kan Chiang Pu Nieng

This is a starter dish that contains crab, one of the areas much loved ingredient used in just about every dish. Kan Chiang Pu Nieng is made by steaming the crab claw which eliminates the tiresome process of cracking open the shell to get at the flesh. This dish is eaten by dipping the large chunks of flesh in a very flavoursome seafood sauce. Head over to one of the popular Hua Hin restaurants for a taste of this very delicious dish. In fact you will discover the fine seafood restaurants of Hua Hin offer a variety of seafood dishes that one can enjoy right on the beach under a canopy of stars; places like the Sai Thong restaurant easily accessed by guests at Anantara Hua Hin Resort is a fine example.


Tom Yam Goon

This is a dish that will always bring back memories of your time in Hua Hin. Tom Yam Goon is a must try seafood soup that contains loads of fresh shrimp. Bursting with flavour the fresh and reviving soup is made with zesty lemongrass, lime juice, lime leaves, shallots, chilly and of course lots of juicy prawns.


Au Suan

Au Suan is an oyster based dish; it is most popular in Hua Hin due to the particular quality and flavour of oysters in the area. This is an omelette that's made by stir frying fat juicy oysters with tapioca starch and onions. Au Suan oyster pancake or omelette is generally served on a warm plate and is the kind of dishes that perks up your senses.


Hoi Wan Pad Cha

Succulent Babylon snails are the main ingredient in Hoi Wan Pad Cha. Bursting with delicious flavours the dish is known to be quite spicy but extremely flavoursome. Babylon Snails are a delicacy in Hua Hin, as such the dish is a mouth-watering option that is cooked to perfection with bird's eye chilli, wild ginger, sweet basil, garlic and aromatic roasted sweet chilli oil.


Haw Mok Talay

Traditionally made from river fish Haw Mok Talay in Hua Hin is cooked with sea bass and served in a coconut shell. A gorgeous seafood stew type dish that combines shrimp, mussels, squid and fish the dish is cooked in a thick coconut cream with red chilli for a spicy punch.

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