Sea Breeze Restaurant We stayed at the Cloud19 resort at Cape Panwa and ate locally for the first few days. Having hired a moped we travelled around the island and one day visited Cape Panwa Bay, (where the aquarium can be found at the end of the road). There are a number of small restaurants located in the bay, some overlooking the bay and others on the back road leading to the Cape Panwa Hotel Resort. We had read the reviews of the restuarants in the area and decided to try them out one evening. By moped the bay is easily reached within 10 minutes (its approx 2km from Cloud19). The first evening we ate at the #1 rated restaurant as we were unable to find the Sea Breeze it was OK. The Sea Breeze is located on the back road, so you need to take a left turn at the money exchange booth which is located on the corner of the road, and then pass the Indian restaurant and massage/beauty salon. The restaurant is just around the right hand corner on the left. The first evening we had a huge basket of prawn crackers for starters, Laab Gai, Prawn glass noodle salad and boiled rice as a main with two large Leo beers with two bottles water, all for £18. The food was very good. On our last evening we had drinks at the Baba Nest at the Sri Panwa to see the sunset and the location and views are incredible. It is worth it but it is expensive. We had a reservation for a meal at the hotel for our last night, but we cancelled in favour of the Sea Breeze, considering the previous evenings meals. We were not disappointed. The same high quality food was delivered. We like our Thai hot and we ask for Prik nan pla on the side, but a word of warning the spicy chilli type meals at the Sea Breeze are already very spicy should not need to ask for additional chillies unless you wish for the meals to be hotter. In saying that, the meals are fantastic in taste, freshness and look. Unfortunately, we found the Sea Breeze restaurant at the end of our stay on Phuket. The food was the most authentic that we had during our stay in Phuket . We would even go as far as to say it was some of the best food that we've ever had in Thailand. The owner of the restuarant was extremely delightful and she sat with us at the end of the evening chatting away and telling stories. The staff who serve us are also delighful and fantastic, with a good sense of humour if you engage them by trying to speak Thai This restaurant easily deserves to be the number one Thai cuisine restaurant in the Cape Panwa Bay area, and we say that without reservation.
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