Moo 4 Restaurants
99/9 Moo 4
A terrace seat and a drink at dusk make for a magnificent start to dinner here, as the sun dips over the sea and behind the jungle-covered mountains. But you’re here for the food, not just the view. Chef Renu Homsombat refined her craft in kitchens across Europe—including Germany’s three-Michelin-star Schwarzwaldstube in Baiersbronn—before taking the helm at Saffron. Homsombat’s menu has all the classics, like pad Thai, but also highlights regional flavors by incorporating ingredients like banana blossom, prawns, and jasmine-scented water chestnuts in rich coconut milk.
Bo Put, Moo 4
A casual hotel restaurant along Chaweng Beach, one of Samui's most popular locations on its east coast, Poppies' roots on the island go back to the mid-’90s. It's a great spot for a good lunch with a view, and it’s known for traditional Thai cuisine (the grilled fish here is excellent) with a Western twist. Afterward, check out the hotel’s tropical gardens or go for a walk on the beach to complete the Thai postcard fantasy.