Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Edgewater Restaurant - Outrigger

So you've done your research about Samui and have decided to go for Outrigger and what's next. Is this hotel secluded? Is it easy to get around? How about food? And the list goes on.

I did a lot of research before arriving at Samui on what to eat. There are not many dining options in Samui to be honest. To commute out from Outrigger is not worth it.

I'd rather dine in the hotel itself, where the chef is very passionate with his food.

Pad Thai (THB340)

Even a simple Pad Thai comes with nice decoration.

Pineapple Fried Rice (THB340)

We only ordered local delicacies, they actually serve Western selections too. But I didn't think it was necessary to order western food in Thailand.

Tom Yam Goong (THB320)

The spiciness is very mild unless you specifically request for Thai standard.

Soft Shell Crab Salad (THB380)

Soft shell crab som tam was already off the menu but they made it for us under special request.

I knew I'm not much of a big eater so I've opted for ala carte instead. On certain days they offer buffet - great choices, for around THB120 per pax? I don't eat much so it's a waste for me to go for buffet.

Breakfast spread in the same restaurant.

Only the Asian options changes daily - the Western choices are mostly repetitive. Oats, bread, pastries are the standard options you get daily.

They also serve freshly made eggs of your choice - sunny side, benedict, omelette, etc. 

But don't expect any high class benedicts..

Enjoy breakfast with a view...

In room services basically serves food from the same restaurant.

Try their fancy looking mango sticky rice, it's too pretty to be eaten!

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