There’s no other cuisine quite like Thai. Simple yet robust and complex in flavour, it’s not hard to fall in love with Thai food. Step into Tara Restaurant at Buri Tara Resort and you will see how much emphasis they place on aesthetics. Buri Tara Resort prides itself on not using MSG in any of their dishes and aims to serve authentic Thai food, so you may find some dishes that you haven’t seen in other Thai restaurants (Ao Nang Beach area).
Buri Tara Resort is a great place to grab a quick bite if you find yourself in the Ao Nang Beach neighbourhood. It’s a 4 star resort that serves authentic Thai food that always hits the spot. You can’t and won’t go wrong ordering the classic Thai dishes here. Buri Tara Resort is conveniently located on the beautiful Ao Nang Beach Area, just only 150 meters away from the stunning Nopparattara Beach.
Set Menu ordered for Lunch :
TOM YAM ROUM MIT – Spicy and Sour Mixed Seafood Soup with Thai Herbs. Tom Yum Ruam Mit is a spicy, sour, and aromatic seafood soup that is traditionally served with rice.
Chicken KHAI JIAO – Thai minced meat omelette. Chicken Khai Jiao Omelette is generally crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside and served with steamed jasmine rice, often eaten with a chilli sauce dips and slices of cucumber.
SA-TAY GAI – Marinated Chicken Grilled and served with Peanut sauce. Satay Gai is boneless soft and moist chicken marinated in special Thai herbs and then grilled on Skewers and served with Cucumber and Chef’s special Peanut Sauce dips.
PHAD PRIEW WAN GOONG – Sweet and Sour Fried Prawn with Pineapple, Cucumber and Tomatoes. Pad Priew Wan Goong is fresh and juicy prawns stir fried with pepper, pineapple, mushrooms, tomatoes and onion in aromatic sweet and sour sauce.
KANG KHEW WHAN Chicken – Green curry with Chicken and vegetables. Kang Khew Whan Chicken is a delicious green curry made with juicy chicken, rich coconut milk and small green aubergine mingled with flavourful Thai herbs and spices.
KHAO SOUY – Steamed Rice.
MIXED FRUIT – Assorted seasonal fruits.
COFFEE OR TEA
The dishes here provide refreshing options, do not miss the Tom Yam Roum Mit, a dish of fork-tender fish, prawn and squid cheeks doused in spicy and sour soup, which is one of their unique dishes.
The juicy minced meat Chicken Khai Jiao omelette is also a crowd pleaser as well, essentially a Thai-style Furong omelette – fluffy and packed with meat.
For starters, get the Sa-Tay Gai, a Thai street food. Just dip it in Peanut sauce, put it in your mouth, and wait for the party to begin; the flavours and textures are pretty damn amazing.
The Thai Style Phad Priew Wan Goong, served traditionally, can’t be more pleasing to the eyes and palate. Served with a generous amount of fried prawns, bits of lime, chilli, cucumber, tomatoes and onions, the grilled pineapple is one of the best you can find.
The Green Curry Chicken is aromatic and pleasantly lighter, so you can pair it with rice without feeling full. Order an extra plate of rice to go with your Green Curry Chicken so you can mop up all that curry goodness. If you’re heading there for lunch, consider getting their set lunches that come with a main course, drink and dessert.
With its more relaxed vibe and quiet location in Aonang beach, Buri Tara Resort makes for a nice hideout to chill and have good Thai food. Head on over to this cosy Thai dining spot for a sure-to-satisfy meal with your gang. As the seating capacity is only 150, you might want to go early on weekends, or on weekday nights where it’s less crowded.
Tara Restaurant, Buri Tara Resort, 159/1 Moo3, Aonang, Krabi.
Timing : 07:00 AM – 22:00 PM
Set Menu Price : 350 Bhat to 700 Bhat.
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