Damnoen Kasam Road Restaurants
This road runs all the way from the train station down to the beach. There are several reasonable restaurants near the beach end, as well as fast food outlets such as Burger King, McDonalds and Subway. The former two are open 24 hours a day.
Scandinavian cuisine such as meatballs, poached cod, pickled herring and grilled Norwegian salmon, as well as Danish open sandwiches and some Thai dishes. The interior is pleasant but slightly unusual, with an antique military theme.
Address: 19/6 Damnoen Kasam Road
On the corner opposite Hagi, Baan Pipat doesn’t have a prominent sign in English. The menu is fairly standard Thai and international food such as steaks and burgers.
Address: 5 Damnoen Kasam Road
Great American Rib Company
This rib and steak house does fine American and Tex-Mex specialities such as wood smoked barbecue ribs, chicken wings, steaks and quesadillas. Located up the stairs at the pavilion near McDonalds.
Address: 6/4 Sailom Pavilion, Damnoen Kasam Road
Hagi Japanese Restaurant
Run by the Sofitel hotel and located on the corner of Damnoen Kasam and Naresdamri Roads, this trendy restaurant features both traditional and contemporary Japanese cuisine.
Address: 1 Damnoen Kasam Road
Pizzas and pasta are the attractions at this small Italian restaurant. Pasta dishes use imported or homemade ingredients and there’s a large selection of pizzas.
Address: 19/3 Damnoen Kasam Road
An incredibly modern, upmarket establishment set on two levels, Livanto has classy Thai and European food and imported steaks from Australia and New Zealand. A cocktail lounge and piano bar complete the experience.
Address: 19 Damnoen Kasam Road
Palm Seafood Pavilion
This luxurious colonial style restaurant within the Sofitel embodies fine dining at its best. Widely acclaimed, the Palm is regarded as the best sea view dining experience in Hua Hin. The menu consists of unusual and unique fusion cuisine and there is also a seafood and Thai buffet.
Address: Sofitel Centara, 1 Damnoen Kasam Road