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Sang Thai Seafood

Seafood Restaurant

fresh seafood • prawns • crab • fries

Fishing Pier
Hua Hin 77110, TH
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  • Photo of GaryWhite2013
    5 months ago
    Dined here on. Recent visit to Hua Hin, on the recommendation of a friend. New location after having to move from an old pier. Very new and open/spacious. Extensive seafood menu, some way too expensive, but others ok, if a bit on the pricey side perhaps. But goidcserving sizes and good taste. Service was rather peremptory, but ok when you got it. About two kilometres north of the centre of town on Naebkehardt Road. Maybe not worth the trek out there, but if you are staying nearby then by all means give it a go. But NOTE, it does not serve wine, only beer!
  • Photo of balmain99
    5 months ago
    This restaurant used to be on the beach and now is a very large inland location. We visited on a Sunday night and was v quiet at about 6pm but diners arrived later. It's a bit like walking into a shopping mall and we were confused at first as it looked like a number of restaurants but it's all the same with different sections. Exc service. We had the mixed charcoal grilled seafood. Good variety and nicely cooked. Followed with 6 medium grilled prawns. Many places overcook but this was v good. Not cheap but we felt good value. See pic of menu for price. A pleasant night
  • Photo of mcneely2015
    10 months ago
    Sang Thai's fishing pier location was closed in January, but has now opened at a new location that is about 100 meters inland from the beach and about a kilometer away from their old home. The new restaurant is an upgrade, with nicer tables ,private air conditioned rooms available(THB 300 rent), a high and airy roof over the main restaurant that enables good circulation, and attractive orchids spread throughout (these may have been gifts for the grand opening, but we hope they stay). The staff are mostly that same from the pier location and the menu is generally the same as before. We again enjoy the seafood, with all dishes freshly cooked and tasty. We miss the funky fishing pier ambience, but the upgrade probably was inevitable and the food remains excellent.
  • Photo of rparkhk
    10 months ago
    This restaurant was recommended to me by the bell staff at my hotel. Apparently the restaurant recently moved from their seaside location to inland. We were looking for a place so took a gamble and went there. It is a huge restaurant and seems to be in a residential area. I was shocked at the prices for some of the seafood on the menu .. there are lots of dishes in the area of US $100! This is a huge amount for Hua Hin. We ended up ordering some moderately priced dishes and they were OK. The service was attentive although I should say that we seemed to be the only customers in the place! We ordered 3 dishes and go away spending less that $50. Took a while for us to get a Tuk Tuk to take us back to the hotel. This is a place that I will go out of my way to avoid!
  • Photo of ItDontMeanAThing
    See photo. Official and unofficial reasons differ, but one thing is clear. A substantial makeover has started on the beachfront between the Hilton and the Fishing Pier. I'll miss this restaurant.
  • Photo of derekclark2016
    a year ago
    We visited with our Thai family they ordered everything. The only dish I recognised was steamed seabass. The whole meal was marvellous, a really great experience. If you like seafood look no further, this is the place.
  • Photo of mcneely2015
    a year ago
    Sang Thai has been our favourite Hua Hin seafood restaurant for many years, and we were saddened to hear on a recent visit that it will be closing on 9 January, along with many of the other seaside restaurants north of the Hilton. As part of a beach recovery programme, these restaurants built into the bay are going to be dismantled and the sandy shoreline will once again be part of Hua Hin's charm. This might be great for Hua Hin, but we will miss the wonderful fried squid with garlic, the fresh seabass with lemon, the helpful staff, the convenient parking, and the funky setting with the ocean's high tide churning beneath the rough wooden floor. RIP Sang Thai.
  • Photo of Natalie C
    a year ago
    All of us in our group graded this as the best ever seafood restaurant we have been to. Food quality is super good, very fresh seafood. Staff are friendly and nice. Even the mango sticky rice is surprisingly delicious!!! We ended up be there twice during our 6-day vacation in Hua Hin.
  • Photo of pierremichelshanghai
    This place is a touristic place, but mainly catering to Thai tourists ( lots of big Bangkok family groups ) , so you get a good value for money. Restaurant is located directly on the pier. It offers a big variety of seafood and fish, which is all very fresh and excellently prepared.
  • Photo of slepyvon
    a year ago
    Came here after reading aroimakmak intro. Indeed fresh seafood. Service so-so if you are not fussy. Near the hua hin night market.
  • Photo of Charlie N
    a year ago
    Came here 5 times over the span of 14 days in Hua Hin. Much better seafood, service, and price than Chao Lay. Really can't go wrong w nay dish here as we basically ordered most of the menu. We were informed that they will be closing soon, the entire block actually, as the govt is redeveloping the area into more modern area. So if you visit HH before Chinese New Year 2016, come by before too late. This place as been our regular for every HH vacation in the last 5 years.
  • Photo of SingaporeViews
    a year ago
    21/Nov/2016, 9 of us showed up for late lunch. On arrival, I noticed 2 huge live rock lobsters swimming in a cement enclosure. Other sections held prawns, crabs... However, when we ordered the lobster dish, we were told there were no lobsters available. Service was laid back, casual but generally could not be faulted. Don't even think of having fancy wait moments, these are strictly beyond the reef! The weather-beaten hard wooden table and chairs did not distract. Food was quickly prepared, promptly tabled, and gobbled up immediately. This routine seems a regular drill at this good eatery. There is a board-walk extension that juts out to sea, Over the stilts, as you dine, the ocean is lapping at the beach below. A fishing jetty where daily catches are managed breaks the horizon on the left. On the right, is the imposing Hua Hin Hilton. There is a jet ski at the entrance to the toilets. Defining and obvious. Overall, an enjoyable culinary experience, with breezy ocean views and cool salt air. Our dishes included onion/ tanghoon/ cooked minced pork salad, juicy oyster omelette, mixed veggie with prawns, tempura long beans/ fries/ prawns, Fried Rice With Crab Meat. They all proved to be very good value for money. The whole coconut-drink did not come chilled. There were some inconvenience having to swat flies at the table. We missed our rock lobsters. But who cares? We did good! Yes!
  • Photo of Tat_Tatchai
    a year ago
    Surprisingly Hua Hin doesn't have many good seafood restaurants. Sang Thai is definitely one of the best here, but still can't really compare to the seafood places in Pattaya, and other southern provinces. Still my favorite is the mantis shrimp. If you can eat spicy food, I really recommend the chiili & garlic version. Otherwise you can go for the garlic & pepper version. Both are their specialty.
  • Photo of mjones41
    a year ago
    The night market is abreast place to take photos or lobsters and crabs, but the Sang Thai Seafood restaurant is a much better place to eat them. It sits on an elevated wood platform above the water and is bustling most nights. The food is fresh, extremely fast service and very reasonably priced. It's outdoors so you may need to ask to be seated near a fan if you overheat easily. The staff are great and are used to tourists.
  • Photo of Joris D
    a year ago
    We arrived there by coincidence and it was a nice surprise! Good quality and fresh seafood! A must do!
  • Photo of S36a
    a year ago
    At the last night of our brilliant Hyatt Regency resort vacation we ventured into town on a recommendation from another couple in the hotel and we ended up at Sang Thai Seafood! Do not expect 5 star dining experience but expect 5 star fresh seafood cooked to your taste! We had grilled shrimp and grilled rock lobster and it was so delicious that we had to order more! We sat outside on the pier and enjoyed the view and the food! We can only recommend Sang Thai Seafood!
  • Photo of ruthiegee
    a year ago
    We first came here 6 years ago, and had about three good meals here. Our first meal upon this return visit was here. It was just as we remembered it: slightly surly waiters, but they managed a smile, hard wooden chairs and wooden tables with covers, not a problem for us. Our principal memories were of the food, and we had just as good a meal this time as we did before. The grilled squid was just so tender and succulent with the taste of the chargrill. We had rock lobster in garlic, glorious and they had been swimming in tanks a short while ago. We also love morning glory, stir fried a more delicious alternative to spinach. In short, we loved this and will go again towards the end of our five days here. Go and enjoy this restaurant.
  • Photo of Gal Y
    a year ago
    They have a nice fresh sea food with nice location right on the beach, go for the lobster crab and grilled fish. The girl Susie is also nice
  • Photo of grevic
    a year ago
    Went to the pier with a couple of suggestions for restaurants....this was not one of them but decided to stay because of the number of people that were there. It was fabulous! Fresh seafood at its best!
  • Photo of Ali B
    2 years ago
    Sang Thai is one of the multiple seafood restaurants in Hua Hin. It is located next to the main pier and is on boards over the beach/sea. From the outside the restaurant doesn’t look great but don’t let that fool you, the food is great. The view from the restaurant is over the sea and the coast, however at night there isn’t much to see. You enter the restaurants past multiple tanks of fish and sea creatures that you can order off the menu to eat. It is interesting to look at them all so take a few minutes on your way in/out to see. We ordered a range of dishes to share - shrimp fried rice, squid in garlic and grilled prawns. All 3 tasted great and were extremely filling. The staff were pleasant and attentive even though the restaurant was full. We were recommended to visit here rather than one of the fish restaurants at the night market and I would have to agree with the recommendation.

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