Koh Samui ~ Food

30 Jul

Breakfast was pretty appetizing, our choices were limited though because it’s Thailand. We had fresh pancakes and waffles, cut sized fruits and the usual bread and cereal/ museli/ dried fruits variety.

The last morning here, I had croissant with chocolate, fruits, and cereal:) Mr Q must always have his pot of tea which will offer 4 cups of tea.

We had lunch on one of the days at L’Ananas Restaurant which is at the resort itself. I had ‘Make your own pizza’ with shrimp, pepper, mushrooms and pinepapple. Mr Q had Pad Thai seafood.

Other than that, we survived on the fruits and instant noodles which we bought at a muslim village in Koh Samui.

On our last day, it was just biscuits and fruits. We lasted all the way till following day afternoon to have sumptous home cooked meal by my beloved mother, chicken soup and parettel (Mr Q’s favourite).

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On our second last day there, since we had the car with us, we drove all the way to Chaweng. There, we made our way to the Lebanese restaurant where we had sumptous Arab food, shish tawook with rice and chicken kebab with rice. It was served with coleslaw which actually taste really good. As always, whether it was Singapore or Egypt or Thailand, Mr Q must have Mango Lassi with his Arab food.

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For the benefit of whoever who might want to have halal food in Chaweng, I took some photos of the landmarks near the restaurant.

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