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Nai Yang Beach Restaurants

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Nai Yang Beach Restaurants

Went to Pearl Village 10 years ago to get married and used the beach bars and eateries. Great however limited to Thai and Seafood and whilst we are fine with that a little more variety would be a benefit. i imagine things are a little different now, could anyone tell me if thier is a good variety of eateries or limited.

Thanks in advance

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hi was at the indigo pearl in october 2011 and the restaurants that line the beach road tend to be thai/seafood biased with the odd western dish available.

phens and mama mias tended to be the best and busiest.

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There is also the La Romana restaurant which is part of the Nai Yang Beach Resort, not on the beach but across the road, Thai and Italian menu plus they do BBQ's and they had a good display of meats or seafood available.

We found the restaurants on the beach busy and crowded the night we wanted to eat ,so headed back across the road for a feed.

Sundowners were good at Wat's bar right on Nai Yang beach, plus the 5 month old white poodle was very entertaining .lol. CJ

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We were at Indigo Pearl Resort in January 2013. We ate on the beach every day for both lunch and dinner.

There are over 30 places to choose from if not more. We followed all previous tripadvisor traveller's suggestions from Octopus Restaurant to Baan Ra Tree and many other places but we came across an absolute gem in the last 2 days - it's a new place which opened in November 2012 called Fiesta located next to the main massage shelter on the beach. It is owned by two chef's who have worked in some of the best 5star restaurants in Phuket including Sheraton, Six Senses and Anatara for over 15 years each. These guys know how to cook and what made the experience so different was the attention to detail in their service. They have Blue and White wooden beach chairs and serve cold hand towels with a lemon grass scent. They have an extensive menu and we tried many different dishes. They also serve a sambuca shot with their cuppaccino at no cost to guests and their prices are in some areas better or the equivalent of of all the other local places making it very economical for 5 star food. Unfortunately some of the popular venues such as Octopus and Baan Ra Tree deliver poor service due to their limited staff numbers at night when they are packed to the rafters. I must however complement their food. They were however not as good as the chef's at the Fiesta Restaurant. I highly recommend Fiesta and their staff. You wont be disappointed.

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That's great thanks, we are in Phuket now, we will give it a try

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