Chao Leh Kitchen – a must-try restaurant at Patong, Phuket

Chao Leh Kitchen - a must-try restaurant at Patong, Phuket

Today we will have lunch at Chao Leh Kitchen, the restaurant is located at Four Points by Sheraton Phuket Patong Beach Resort.

The restaurant provides both Thai and international food, They offer both open-air seats and cool air-conditioned area.

FYI, Name “Chao Leh” Comes from the owner’s original surname “Chao”. And it is a name that is synonymous with the word Chao Leh that mean sea gypsy and mean people who live in the sea in Thai.

Everything is perfect, reasonable price, delicious food and excellent ingredients. You must come and try… I am also very impressed with the staff’s service. The hotel is at Patong Beach, Phuket. Located on Thaweewong Road, Four Points by Sheraton Phuket Patong Beach Resort is on the right-hand side. The restaurant provides convenient parking. And for sure please booking in advance.

Dress Code: Casual
Experience: Thai and international food
Mobile phone allowed: Yes
Car parking: Yes
Credit card: Accept
Open time: Open daily, 6.30-22.00.

(Prices are subject to 10% service charge and 7% government tax.)

“Four Points Burger” – 360 baht
It is one of the restaurant’s recommended menu. Soft bread, delicious crispy bacon and Australia beef served with hot french fries. Burger sauce is the signature recipe of the restaurant, it is a chef secret.

“Bad Boy Pizza” – 390 baht
An eight-piece spicy pizza. An original pepperoni pizza which adds olives, artichokes and chopped chilli. The taste is as bold as a bad boy.

“Goat curry” – 480 baht
Organic goat meat from Bang Jo farm, Phuket. With a purpose to support local community entrepreneur. Served with steamed rice and crispy roti, the meat is really tender and well marinated.

“All Day Breakfast” – 550 baht
Sirloin steak, tender and chewy, well-done steak. Topped with a soft fried egg, baked beans and tomato.

“Mix Satay Salad” – 290 baht
The famous dish that chef hardly recommend. Satay sauce goes great with chicken and shrimp, served with fresh vegetables, in salad style, it made my day. All seafood is from Sarasin community, Phuket island, really fresh.

“Talay Tod” – 380 baht
Fried Seafood, fresh seafood from the Andaman Sea, Sarasin fisherman village, Phuket. As the hotel want to support the Phuket community entrepreneur at Sarasin Bridge. This dish is similar to fried clams but adds more seafood; squid and shrimp. Comes with a mellow sauce and fresh vegetables, the best combination.

“Bang Jo Lamb Salad” – 360 baht
A perfectly cooked lamb served with various fresh vegetables. Salad dressing has a good taste, not greasy.

“Carbonara” – 280 baht
Chef knocks the raw egg yolk on a top for us to mix it by ourselves. As today I order 7 dishes, so I am too busy eating, I first eat carbonara when it is warm and again when it is cold, it still has a good taste.

“Koong Sarong” – 320 baht.
A deep-fried wrapped shrimps with noodles, fresh shrimp from the Andaman sea wrapped with Phuket Mee Hoon (rice noodles). Delicious, crispy deep-fried noodles had a bit salty taste, as a taste of Phuket Mee Hoon style. Shrimp is really fresh. It goes well with a sweet and sour dipping sauce that comes along.

Four Points by Sheraton Phuket Patong Beach Resort
198/8-9 Thawewong Road, Patong, Kathu, Phuket 83150 Thailand


Tel: +66 (0) 76 645 999

To see vdo please visit: Chao Leh Kitchen at Patong Beach, Phuket


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