Pizza Nano at The French Market, Koh Tao
Freshly made pizza with topping choices ranging from
Spicy Salami, Parma, Paris Ham, and Burrata cheese.
Cafe del Sol
A well-established restaurant in Mae Haad, Koh Tao,
Café del Sol is a blend of French and Italian cuisine.
The island's classic for new and returning travellers.
Restaurant | Co-working | Gallery
Serves delicious, freshly made food & drinks with
co-working space and well-selected boutique
Koh Tao Nightlife and Gourmet
Apart from fresh seafood BBQs, Koh Tao also offers a varied choice of international cuisines to choose from, such as homemade Italian spaghetti bolognese, South African biltong, English roast dinners, Mexican fajitas and Japanese sushi, to name just a few, and often prepared by chefs of those nations.
Don’t forget to try Thailand’s hot and spicy Tom Yum and the famous deep-fried ‘no-name’. There is also a wide choice of beach bars if you fancy a sunset drink or joining a party till late at night.
Koh Tao Gourmet
Most restaurants are in the three main areas of Sairee, Mae Haad and Chalok Baan Kao. Seafood BBQs are available at a lot of beachfront restaurants. Koh Tao offers a great chance to sample different authentic cuisines so that you can travel the culinary world in just a few days. There is quite a choice of bakeries and cafes, with many of them serving homemade bread, cakes and pastries, as well as fresh coffee, teas and fruit shakes. Most restaurants in the hotel and bungalow resorts serve both Thai and Western food. Thai dishes can be made to accommodate everyone should you prefer milder tasting or fiery hot like the locals! Most of the larger restaurants offer vegetarian options.
Koh Tao Nightlife
Koh Tao offers great nightlife with lots going on after the sun has set, especially on Sairee Beach. Bars and pubs are easy to find in the main town areas and beaches, and there are plenty of places to choose from if you want to sit with your feet in the sand with a cool drink and watch the sunset or a fire dancing show. Cocktails, imported wines, cold beers as well as Koh Tao’s favourite Sangsom Bucket (Thai whiskey mixed with either tonic or an energy drink) are all available in most bars and for entertainment, live music, movies, live sports channels and pool tables can also be found in some of the bars, especially the larger ones.
If you want to dance until midnight, there are quite a few venues on the island. Check out the flyers and street banners for information on when and where. International DJs often play here, particularly at the big dance parties on New Year’s Eve.