4 Seaside Restaurants
November 26, 2014
Sea breezes and ocean views… what better setting for supper? Here, our favorite beachfront eateries across the region. By Diana Hubbell.
Published on Nov 26, 2014
Bistro @ The Beach
This cozy restaurant has a marquee seaside spot on the quiet side of Koh Phangan. Order the geang chu chi goong, tiger prawns swimming in cream from the island's coconuts. Anantara Rasananda, 5/5 Moo 5 Thong Nai Pan Noi Beach, Baan Tai, Koh Phangan; +66 77 239 555; phangan-rasananda.anantara.com.
Waterfront Dining of The Bistro @ The Beach.
Da Orazio Pizza + Porchetta
Bondi's surfside dining scene has gotten a welcome dose of glam and restaurateur Maurice Terzini's latest project offers up its hottest tables. The blistered pies owe their authenticity to a Neapolitan chef, while the the porcine dish sports ever-so crisp skin. 3/75-79 Hall St. Bondi; +61 2 8090 6969; daorazio.com.
Mouthwatering surf and turf—think snapper with pickled fennel or double-rack of Australian lamb—is the name of the game at this luxe beach club, where the Sunday brunch is a must-visit. Bloodys, bubbles and beach—done. Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay; +62 361 708 333; sundarabali.com.
Drink in the view at Sundara in Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay.
The suckling pig and buttery Palawan lobster almost upstage the waves. For a truly Filipino experience, round up five of your friends for a medley of regional specialties called a "Boodle fight." Discovery Shores Boracay, Station 1, Balabag; +63 2 720 8888; discoveryshoresboracay.com.
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