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Try local foods

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Try local foods The island has a unique cuisine and both its entrées and desserts are a combination of local and Chinese cooking styles. International visitors shouldn’t miss the opportunity to sample the mouth-watering and unique off erings of Phuket’s kitchens. We have the inside track on toothsome dishes which will tempt your taste buds. Please allow us to off er a few examples:

Oh Aew: An unbeatable Phuket dessert which is made from jellied banana-flour mixed with boiled red beans, ice, and sweet red syrup: available at Lok Tiean Local Food Centre, Intersection of Yaowarat Road with Dibuk Road, Phuket City

Dim Sum: This is a steamed dumpling, filled with a choice of every imaginable variety of sweet or savoury filling, sometimes accompanied by Chinese herb chicken soup and condiments.

Oh Tao: (Also known as Hoi Tod Hokgian). This is a fried oyster dish prepared with eggs, flour, bean sprouts and taro root. It’s a favourite Phuket snack.

Mee Hok Kian: This is made with large yellow noodles similar to Japanese Soba. Mee Hok Kian can be served with pork-bone soup and/or dried noodles. A delightful variety known as Mee Hok Kian Pak includes fried noodles, soup, egg, fried onions, pork crackling and a choice of pork, fish or squid. Recommended Mee Hok Kian restaurants are Mee Ao Gay, located on Poonpol Road, and Mee Sapam at Sapam Village, Thepkasattri Road.

Mee Sue: Phuket’s breakfast noodles with a salty taste and white colour when uncooked are boiled and flavoured with oriental spices. They can be served with sliced pork or chicken accompanied by boiled rice or rice soup.


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Dim Sum

Dim Sum

Dim Sum

Dim Sum

Oh Aew

Oh Aew

Oh Aew

Oh Aew

Mee Sue

Mee Sue

Mee Hok Kian

Mee Hok Kian

Dim Sum

Dim Sum

Oh Aew

Oh Aew

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