It is about 200 meters away from Koh Samet Pier, convenient for tourists who want fresh and cheap seafood to eat on the island. By the nearest store, there is a foam box for cold storage. In addition, many shops also offer cooking service with Thai seafood sauce at a price of 30-50 baht per kilo. You can also can buy processed products such as dried squid, shrimp paste, fish sauce, processed fruit such as fried durian, fried jackfruit, banana crisps, coconut milk candy and other souvenirs on the return of the trip.
On the main street of Ban Phe at the banks you can find the Scandinavian restaurant Olearys which serves European and Thai dishes. They are famous for their good kebabs, meatballs, or why not try a Skagen toast. Oleary’s also has a deli shop with European food and bakery. Do you miss cheeses, or Estrella chips, licorice, Falu sausage etc. at Olearys has a great variety awaiting you.
When you come from Mae Ramphung beach, you will find Steak & Salad on the right side just before the big pier and the big 7-Eleven. A nice place to have something to drink and eat while watching the folklore on the main street. The food is fresh and cheap. Salads, pasta, soups, mackerel, hamburgers and smoothies are served here.
Blue Talay is a popular restaurant located on Mae Ramphung Beach, close to the VIP Chain Resort. The restaurant is run by a French man and his Thai wife. It serves both Thai dishes and European. Many of our guests in the VIP Chain Resort recommend this restaurant. Price levels are slightly higher on the European cuisine than several other restaurants.
On the main street of Ban phe there are 7-Eleven. Outside the smaller 7-Eleven near Makro, there is a lady who sells chicken kebab. For 50 THB you get a really good kebab. The Thai themselves are often used to really strong food. To the kebab, they often choose a lot of chili, ketchup, sweet mayonnaise with a little garlic sauce. Select the sauces and you will get a kebab that suits your taste.