Kantok restaurant at Burasari Resort will awe you with its lush gardens, open kitchen concept and tranquil water features. Their prices are understandably higher given the classy settings of the restaurant, and is about 3-4 times more expensive than the hole-in-the-wall places. If a clean and relaxed dining environment is what you are looking for in Patong, Kantok should be on top of your list.
The extensive menu features mainly Thai dishes along with a few unique ones such as Red Duck Curry. Food wise, everything tasted pretty good with healthy portions and they are nicely presented. The only downside about Kantok is the slow kitchen service because the dishes took considerably long to arrive despite us being the only customers there.
Khong Wang Ruam (chef selection of appetizers) @ THB254.89
Grapong Yang Kamin (baked Sea Bass in banana leaf) @ THB339.85
Neaw Mamuang (Mango Sticky Rice) @ THB186.92
Cappucino @ THB93.46 and double Espresso @ THB135.94
Burasari Resort’s resident parrot – it’s a cute fella so make sure you don’t leave without saying hello.
18 / 110 Ruamjai Rd,
Phuket 83150, Thailand