“Sabaidee” is close to the pier. Best meal or drink before going or only entering. Great Thai cuisine, homemade baguette, and homemade yogurt.
“Snack bar Italiano”‘),‘ “Paceluce”, Ao Kao Kwai North +66 860 294 106 (next to “‘Chomjam Resor”t). Closes at 5 p.m. A tiny family restaurant in Italy offering noodles, sandwiches, bruschetta, coffee, and crepes with new ingredients.
‘Fan’s Spot’ has some wonderful cakes and home bread created by the owners-Pi Family, who have over 20 years of baking experience in the village on the path leading up from the pier to the hospital. The menu has Thai and Western dishes and is a beautiful light.
‘Cha-Chai House’ has a large selection of custom-made hot and cold beverages, including a wide range of teas, fresh coffee, vegetable and fruit juice, grasses, shakes and fantastic shakes, only a little way along the main road leading to Ao Yai (Long Playa), on the path to Buffalo Bay (Payam Cabana / June Horizon Lane. Cha Chai Home offers a variety of fresh, homemade food, including gluten-free, superfood, and vegan foods. Though the no-meat region is available, ‘false’ meat is accessible for vegans, vegetarians, and non-vegetarians, including burgers, spicy pizza sausage, five spicy lambs, or Tamarind fish.
Flower power restaurant and hostel serve meat, vegan options available. Little Italian restaurant with a labeled vegan section on the menu. Serves Thai and Burmese food, pizza, pasta, and burgers. Open year-round. Note that the map marker is a rough estimate – They are open from Mon-Sun 8:00 am-9:30 pm.
Their main focus on the island is on healthy lifestyle choices, with wholegrain rice and home-made bread; homemade milky yogurt and non-dairy kinds of vinegar, probiotics; fruit and vegetables in activated charcoal water to remove chemicals, bacteria, and other toxins; and a wide range of herbs, spices, and superfoods are used in the dishes.
They often seek to add to the wellbeing of the planet, eliminating the usage of plastic as much as practicable, selling water replenishes or jugs (no bottles), cups and paper bags, and bamboo straws (for a slight extra cost) to be taken away and reused by consumers.