Thai Street Food – Best seafood restaurants in Hua Hin, Thailand

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I’ll show you several street seafood restaurants operating in Hua Hin’s night market. All the restaurants you see in this article are located in the heart of Hua Hin City, just a few blocks from the beach.

This is where you can find some of the best seafood restaurants, serving all sort of seafood: lobster, king pawn, fish, oyster, crabs, sea bass and more.

This is the same spot where Mark Weins and Trevor James aka The Food Ranger filmed their recent collaboration videos eating lobsters and king prawns.

The night market open daily from 6pm and closes at 3am or whenever there are no customers walking about.

You will find some of the best seafood restaurants in town right here, as well as other products or produce you would expect in a Thai night market from fresh food, fruits, massages, and fashions. There are multiple seafood restaurants along this street as there are many to choose from.

Don’t come too late as all the seafood might be sold out and there will be fewer selections!

Come just before sunset because these restaurants get very busy. If you get there early it’s less crowded, you typically get better selections, the service is overall better and faster before the peak hours after nightfall.

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Keyframe5 says:

How do you guys like my American accent?

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The-traveler Lee says:

Way too expensive

Pam C says:

Who's voice is this?

Bill c says:

Not even close

Fred Thompson says:

Haha the voice is interesting! Thanks for the video! Need some seafood now!

David says:

WHAT THE HELL. whos voice is that

Keyframe5 says:

+sdushdiu I think the lobsters are imported from Vietnam, I'm not sure about the king pawns and other.

Yea, for 1000 baht to 2000 baht you spend on a lobster here will probably get you 2-3 days worth of seafood if you buy them from the fisherman at the local markets and cook them yourself. You'll have to get up early and drive along the coast to find these markets. You'll get far better value doing it that way but you wont find any lobsters.

Choi Lu says:

when i was there, i didn't have a motorbike to go around and find local food, but i don't recommend eating anything in this night market. it is for the show to tourists and seafood prices are more than in the US. I've met a few Vietnamese workers there and they showed me a few places to eat at local prices but i was with a large group and couldn't go but next time I 'll explore on my own.

Teegan says:

Amazing job! Keep up the good work! I left a like! ^‿^

RobMar Life says:

Seafood heaven!

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