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Twinpalms Resort : how much for eating ?

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Twinpalms Resort : how much for eating ?


I'll be at the Twinpalms for 6 days in 3 weeks from now (cant wait)

I'd like to know how expensive is the main restaurant of the resort at night ?

I've also planned to have dinner at the SILK restaurant, in Surin. Does anyone knows about it ?

Thanks so much for any advice

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1. Re: Twinpalms Resort : how much for eating ?

Hope you have a great stay! The Twinpalms website has a menu with prices on it , www.twinpalms-phuket.com/oriental_spoon.htm. Silk is similarly priced, and I had a great meal there a few weeks ago. My only reservation was that we went a bit later in the evening (8.45) and there were only a couple of other tables occupied - once they had left at around 9.30, we had around 10 waiting staff conspicuously hanging around our table! They have a dining are both inside and out, although we chose to eat inside at it was such a hot evening. We were staying at Treetops and Silk picked us up and dropped us off.

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2. Re: Twinpalms Resort : how much for eating ?

We stayed there for a week and LOVED it! My tip is to go across to the beach (just 100 meters away) and try the beach huts (theres a dozen or so) - very cheap for food and drink and delicious! But I have heard that they may not be open because it;s low season. The Twin Palms beach club (Catch) also has a great choice of food - mainly western style. In addition there's a few restaurants just a few doors either side of Twin Palms - they were great and about 300 baht for pizza etc.

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