Best Asian restaurants nearby. Discover the best Asian food in Rayong. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Asian restaurants near you.. Rayong (Thai: ระยอง, pronounced [rā.jɔ̄ːŋ]) is a city (thesaban nakhon) on the east coast of the Gulf of Thailand. It covers the tambon Tha Pradu and Pak Nam and parts of tambon Choeng Noen and Noen Phra, all within Mueang Rayong district. As of 2016 the population was 64,256 (Est.). The main industry is fishing, and it is the main producer of Thailand's fish sauce. It is also the center of the chemical and auto industries. In 2012 Ford Motor Company opened an assembly plant in Rayong to expand Ford's presence in the ASEAN area, employing some 2,200 people.
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4 based on 18 reviews
Before anything else, TripAdvisor needs to update the name of this shopping mall. It is no longer called Laem Thong, it is called Passione Shopping Destination. Which is a most ridiculous name, I agree!Black Canyon is a chain of fast food restaurants throughout Thailand, and I have only ever eaten at two before in 16 years of living here.The menu has a large selection of fusion food, mainly Italian pasta with Thai ingredients and sauces.I chose the Pad Thai, the ubiquitous street food found throughout Thailand.Black Canyon's version is Italian fusilli pasta in an omelet envelope, with a modest addition of two prawns and a few slices of squid. It was very sweet, and even when I squeezed the slice of lime over and then added Thai fish sauce and chili, it was still sweet.With a small bottle of Heineken Been the bill was B257.The next time I want Pad Thai I will stick to street stalls and savour the authentic version at a quarter the price.
4 based on 12 reviews
The Zea is a part of the Sai Kaew Beach Resort, probably the biggest and most up-market resort on Had Sai Kaew, Koh Samed. The resort spreads between Sai Kaew Beach and another small bay to the north east and has recently been extensively added to. Stayed there years ago on a good deal from one of the accommodation websites, but have not been able to get such a deal again and the rooms are rather expensive.The Zea, however, is worth a visit for many reasons:* Impressive. new decor that provides quite a stunning setting for dinner;* Great location right on Sai Kaew Beach - they even have a special "sand pit" area where they will set up tables for you if you want, fully adjacent to the beach itself;* Well-staffed by relatively efficient an friendly staff - although the fact it is the most up-market spot on the beach comes through at times;* Live entertainment by way of two singers/musicians;* An extensive menu of both western and Thai food - have sampled both on three visits - actually tended to like the western food better than the Thai, but both are good nevertheless.Of course, because it is part of the most upmarket resort on the beach, it is more expensive, but three of us ate there for less than $100 - one drinker and two non-drinkers.They have an adjacent cocktail bar, and you can have your drinks served at a seating area on top of the restaurant.Try the flaming cocktail - sorry, can't remember the name but a bit if a hoot!Re the ratings below, no idea if they have delivery! I presume they do lunch - not so sure about brunch. I would imagine The Zea is also the breakfast venue for Sai Kaew Beach resort.Get tables/seating away from the entertainment as it can be a bit loud.I would not really take children there.Overall, definitely go if you are spending any time on Koh Samed at Sai Kaew Beach or nearby.
4 based on 15 reviews
I have been to this place multiple times, since I have been recommended by friends and colleagues. The place seems to be a bit deserted being on a highway (Sukhumvit Road), but is prominently located and you can't miss it while passing this road. The food is good, but at times the gravies/ curries seem almost the same. The breads (roti/ nans) are pretty good. Starters are good, though limited soup options. But to be fair, you cannot expect too much as the crowd visiting this place would be limited. A great option for Indian food and especially when you are in search of Indian veg food. (they understand what you expect).
4 based on 29 reviews
Bordering the Gulf of Thailand, Rayong Province is a rich source of fresh fish and seafood, and there are many seafood restaurants in Rayong City and along the many beaches that stretch for more than 100 km.Last night was His Majesty the King's 88th Birthday, a time of great celebration in Thailand, so we decided to head down to Mae Rumpueng Beach, 12 km out of town, for a seafood dinner.We have tried many of the seafood restaurants there before, so decided to try something new.We turned up trumps with Yindee, the first seafood restaurant you come to on your right hand side once you pass the long wooden pier that juts out into the Gulf.We had a plate of fresh oysters, served with chili jam and crispy fried shallots; a plate of "blood" shellfish, which I avoid but which my Thai friends eat by the bucketful; crisy fried squid; prawns stir fried in soy sauce and tossed with julienned ginger and fresh Chinese celery; and a hot pot of sour and spicy fish soup, using the popular sea bass.With cokes, a bottle of beer, water and ice, the bill came to 1,200 baht, a very reasonable amount for the number of dishes we had ordered.By the way, you can inspect the fish and seafood before you order - and the fish and crabs are still live, swimming in salt water tanks at the entrance to the restaurant.
4 based on 33 reviews
Naidol Makham Thao has cemented itself as one of Rayong's favourite restaurants for Thai food, particularly the distinctive cuisine of E-san, the north eastern provinces of Thailand.It has multiple kitchens dedicated to salads, deep frying, stir frying, and so on, so service is always prompt.Tonight we had crispy fried fish pieces, pig liver larb, sunflower seedlings with crispy pork, crispy fried soft shell crab, and a bitter vegetable, fish and prawn soup. When I say the soup was bitter, it was not unpleasantly so, and in fact that is the way this type of soup should be presented. The soup was a nice balance against the deep fried dishes.The bill for the three of us, with rice, water and ice, was a very modest Baht 520.
4 based on 34 reviews
Terracotta has everything going for it - a good location, and indoor seating or out in a beautiful garden with large trees and shrubs.But its food barely rises above average, particularly considering that the prices are very upmarket for Rayong.A deep fried sea bass was so overcooked that while it was crispy on the outside as expected, it was dry on the inside.The restaurant was on its way to redeeming itself with the squid with salted egg, but fell down again with the stir fried vegetables, which were overcooked despite us asking for them to be cooked underdone so that they were crunchy.On the plus side, the waiters and professional and attentive, making sure that they keep your drinks topped up and the empty dishes removed.
4 based on 83 reviews
Just off Sukumvit Road, on the way to Ban Phe. Formerly adjoining a dried fish factory was on the property. In a fantasic rain forest setting. The menu is wide and varied including crocodile, emu and snails. However, the standard Thai fare is there and of
This place is off the beaten path and you basically will not find it by chance unless you get very lost. There are a few walking paths that I recommend you take to see the great jungle scenery and especially the woodwork all over (be prepared to sweat a little).The restaurant serves very good Thai food, and the woodwork (this may sound strange, but go visit the restrooms when you are there...I even took pictures) is very attractive. Massive wooden tables and chairs. Not to be missed!
4 based on 167 reviews
Laem Charoen Restaurant is usually packed at night with locals dining by the bay/riverside. We had crab eggs, fresh scallops, fried sea-bass and hot spicy kaeng som soup all of which are delicious and well-prepared and go well with the fried rice. Reasonably priced with attentive service.
4 based on 173 reviews
Close friends we had not seen for a long time were visiting us from Bangkok so, out to impress with the best that Rayong has to offer, we took them to Tamnanpar Restaurant for dinner.Tamnanpar is set in a spectacular "rain forest" garden, with tall stands of trees, ferns, and tropical plants growing in profusion amidst lakes and cascading waterfalls.At night it is underlit, to highlight the splendours of the garden.Needless to say, our Bangkok friends were impressed.We had a spicy seafood salad, a deep fried snakehead fish with green mango salad, large river prawns in a tamarind sauce, and stir fried mixed vegetables.We took our own wine and were not charged corkage.Tamnanpar is not the cheapest place in town. Our bill for four came to Baht 3,400, but we thought it was worth if for a special occasion.
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