Hua Hin: 3.5-Hour Lunchtime Food Tour

Discover new and exciting Thai dishes and eat like a local on this 3.5-hour food tour during lunchtime. Try spicy dishes along with more mild ones as you sample Thai food from street vendors, hidden back alleys, and family-run restaurants.

About this activity

Free cancellationCancel up to 24 hours in advance to receive a full refund
Mobile ticketingUse your phone or print your voucher
Duration 3.5 hoursStarting time 12:00 PM
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Live tour guideEnglish
Pickup includedPlease wait in the hotel lobby 10 minutes before your scheduled pickup time.
Small groupLimited to 10 participants


  • Sample traditional dishes from the Isaan region of Thailand, known for its salads and grilled meats
  • Learn how to order according to your taste level and how to ease the sting of chilli when you eat it
  • Experience Southern Thai food in a local restaurant
  • Finish at a hidden Thai restaurant with a beautiful garden
Full description
Start the afternoon sampling a dish popular all over Thailand. Pad Ga-Phrao is a spicy stir-fry cooked with a paste of fresh chillies and garlic. This dish is quite spicy and topped with basil at the end, leaving a delectable peppery mouthfeel. Enjoy trying the traditionally made dish before travelling a short distance to a roadside vendor either just outside the Chat Chai Market or Big G. While here try Yam Naem Khao Thot, a fermented pork salad with broken up crispy rice balls. Jump back on board your transportation to sample food from the northeastern region of Isaan. Discover what makes Isaan a destination for foodies and how Som Dtam is fast becoming Thailand’s national dish. Try one of the many variations of the green papaya salad and pair it with Khanom Jeen, a type of fermented rice noodles. Also, try a spicy dish called Soop Nor Mai, a hot and sour warm bamboo shoot salad. Your next stop is in the back streets of Hua Hin. Here you eat some southern Thai food, which is often reminiscent of Indian spices like turmeric. Dishes include Bplaa Dook Fuu Phat Phrik Gaeng, a stir-fried crispy shredded catfish, as well as either Sa-dtor Phat Phrik Gaeng which is stir-fried stink beans with prawns. Also have the chance to try Khua Gling, dry-fried yellow pork mince curry. The last stop of this food tour is a restaurant not known to many. Its location is difficult to find for travellers and many locals also do not know of it. This family-run restaurant serves up great food from all the regions of Thailand. As with all Thai meals, you will be striving for balance, so not everything will be seriously hot, but it’s all sure to be tasty.
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off in Hua Hin City and Khao Takiab
  • English-speaking Thai tour guide
  • Transportation between venues
  • Food and drinks
  • Accident insurance
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off outside of Hua Hin City and Khao Takiab
  • Alcoholic drinks
  • Personal expenses
  • Gratuities
Not suitable for
  • Children under 11 years
  • Vegans
  • People with nut allergies
  • People with gluten intolerance
  • Vegetarians

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Important information

What to bring

  • Comfortable shoes
  • Breathable clothing

Know before you go

  • This tour requires a minimum of 2 people to operate. If the minimum number is not met, you will be offered an alternative date/tour, or a full refund
  • This tour will take place rain or shine
  • Sometimes regular vendors are closed on the day you have a tour booked; however other vendors that are equally as good are available in the event that there are closures

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