Fisherman's Village at night

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The Bars and Restaurants of Koh Samui


A wide selection of eateries

Bars and Restaurants in 'The Fisherman's Village', Bophut

Fisherman's Village, Koh Samui

At night, The Fisherman's Village at Bophut comes alive with the heritage fisherman's buildings lit up. A mostly pedestrian road is lined with a variety of restaurants offering a diverse selection of cuisines.

Some of the restaurants on the beach side offer 'toes in the sand' beach dining and tables on balconies on stilts over the beach. If you come to The Fisherman's Village around sunset, even though you are on the 'wrong side' of the island for sunset, you will still see a breathtaking sunset with the island of Koh Phangan in the background.

Prices in The Fisherman's Village are slightly higher for food, but whatever you fancy can be found here - steak restaurants, authentic Italian, Australian burgers, British, Mexican, Indian and Thai - you want to eat it, then there will be a restaurant serving it!

A quiet village feel

Bars and Restaurants in Choeng Mon

Choeng Mon village at night

Choeng Mon has more of a quiet village feel, lots of restaurants line the main road through the village with several cuisines catered for.

There are several Thai restaurants, Indian, Italian in Choeng Mon village. If you head to the beach at night, all of the resorts lining the beach set up tables so you can dine looking at the stars and hearing the sea lapping the sand.

Choeng Mon isn't a late opening place, it's very popular with families so a lot of places can be shut by 10pm.


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Bars and Restaurants in Chaweng

Chaweng food night market

Chaweng is a 5km long strip full of bars and restaurants - everything from fine dining to a permanent food night market.

Bars and restaurants line the Beach Road, most resorts set up tables on the beach for dining with special seafood menus and selections. The restaurants on the beach tend to be more expensive than those back on the road - you are paying for the more romantic atmosphere!

Chaweng's Food Night Market is a permanent addition to Chaweng's food scene and is excellent value for money - serving Thai, Indian, Western cuisines along with lots of bars serving cheap cocktails, it really is a fun experience dining at the plastic tables. Located just past The Library hotel in between the Beach Road and Chaweng Lake.

The relatively new Central Festival shopping centre has several restaurants with different types of cuisines. There is also Starbucks, Swensens Ice Cream Parlour and Coffee Club cafe.

Whatever you want to eat in Chaweng, you will definitely find it - there are some fabulous restaurants with Thai, Indian, Mexican, British, even Brazilian catered for.