Tasty Roti with Curry
Abdul’s Roti Shop is legendary for their flaky Thai-Muslim pancakes, the roti is cooked, then shredded, creating a crispy heap that’s accompanied by a small bowl of fragrant chicken Massaman-style curry, topped with a fried egg, one of the best breakfast dishes for a lazy Sunday morning.
Roti also comes sticky sweet with condensed milk or topped with banana and chocolate.
Lunch Time with Noodles
Lunchtime calls for Hokkien Mee, Chinese Malay noodles. Prepare to be impressed as skilled vendors stir-fry Hokkien noodles at super-fast speed, adding seafood, slices of pork, Chinese kale, Chinese cabbage, and a soy sauce seasoning. This savoury and mild dish should be served with boiled eggs, shallots and crispy pork for a true Phuket lunch.
Get your Hokkien Mee at Mee Somjit on Phuket Road, it’s been a family business since 1946 and is a favourite with the locals, and the noodles are homemade.
Mee Hun Ba Chang
Dinner at Phuket’s Best Eateries
Moo Hong originates from the Baba-Nyonya genre, a flavoursome balance of Chinese local cooking styles and ingredients. Cuts of slow-cooked sweet pork belly braised with soy sauce, brown sugar, garlic and black pepper, create a delicious stew, the pork is braised for hours until it’s tender and moist and packed with flavour.
Order a Baba-Nyonya cocktail and enjoy the live music before sitting down to the best Moo Hong at Tu Gab Khao on Phang Nga Road, one of the most popular restaurants on the island serving original Phuket style Thai dishes.