Nestled in a relaxed ocean front setting, ‘Seafood at Trisara’ offers gastronomic delights that is a hit with its guests. Inspired by authentic Thai ‘Mama’ recipes that have been passed on through generations, the restaurant serves traditional Thai seafood that will please modern day taste buds. The fresh meals are best enjoyed amid its sea facing laid-back ambiance.
What’s So Awesome About It
‘Seafood at Trisara’ lives up to its name of Trisara (meaning ‘third heaven’ in Sanskrit) as a seafood heaven. Reviving lost traditional Thai seafood recipes made with handpicked aromatic spices is a trademark of this restaurant.
Throw in some of the finest sea facing seating with its wooden decks and relaxed outdoor setting and you have the perfect setting for the superb gastronomic indulgence in an exotic locale.
Go on a romantic dinner date with that special someone or pamper the foodie in you to explore the authentic Thai cuisine. Amid the flavours and aroma, with gentle waves of the sea vying for your attention, dining here can well be the highlight of your Phuket holiday.
- Yam Pla Krob – A salad made of crispy rice fish, green mango, mint, shallots, peanuts, and homemade ‘budu’ dressing.
- Goong Phad Sauce Makam – Stir fried tiger prawns with tamarind sauce and crispy shallots.
- Mong Gone Phad Prik Gleau – Sautéed Phuket lobster served with fresh turmeric, salts, chilies, garlic, and coriander.
- Pla Muek Phad Dum – A long forgotten Thai family recipe including squid stir-fried in its own ink with garlic.
- Tim Kati Zoong Krueng – Traditional ice cream of Thailand made with Ampawa young coconut and topped with pumpkin, roasted peanuts, and palm seed.
What’s The Catch
With ‘Seafood at Trisara’ being an authentic Thai seafood restaurant, the options for vegetarians are limited. The prices at Seafood at Trisara are on the higher side compared to many other restaurants. However, the traditional recipes, the exotic views of the seafront, and freshly prepared food more than make up for that.
The restaurant is open for guests staying at Trisara and walk-in diners. Advance reservation is recommended to ensure seating with a great view, especially on weekends. A typical Thai meal includes four main seasonings of salty, sweet, sour, and spicy. Dishes are best shared together and hence there is no concept of a ‘starter’. Order your meals keeping this in mind to truly experience your Thai culinary treats. If you are new to seafood or not sure which recipes your taste buds would agree with, opt for set menus. These ‘set menus’ are designed for diners who are less familiar with local authentic Thai food. The restaurant also offers gluten-free options on special request.