Continued fromPart II - Kids Club and Float family pool
Part III - Elements Restaurant at Pullman Arcadia
This is the last post on the Phuket trip *phew*!
Since we rented a car for our trip, we made use of the opportunity to go around hunting for good authentic local thai restaurants.
Jetty where boats ply to Koh Maphrao, Koh Rang and floating restaurants.
Overall feel is quite rustic. Interesting find for us this trip.
Couldn't remember the name of this vegetable, but it was very nice. Juicy and crunchy and not as fibrous as we thought.
My must-order dish, thai prawn cake. It was not bad.
Overall, the meal was ok but it didn't wow us like Koh Samui did. We would give it a 6.5/10 as compared to Krao Chao Bann and Sabieng Lae in Koh Samui (both rank 8.5/10).
I guess one of the attraction about this place is the view and ambience. The service was quite good as well, the service staff were all very attentive and quick.
We weren't very hungry, so just ordered a few small dishes, and for dear son a fish and chips.
Dear son's fish and chips was terrible though, fish was too dry and crust too thick and hard. Overall the meal was so-so only, with a much higher price tag as compared to Leamhin Seafood Restaurant.
Overall, we were disappointed that we have yet to find good authentic thai restaurants in Phuket that could be comparable to the food standards and pricing of Sabeing Lae and Krao Chao Bann in Koh Samui. If anyone could provide recommendations, we would deeply appreciate it!
We will return to Phuket again for sure, and hopefully the next time fare better in our hunt for good thai food.