You’ll find cuisine from around the world from mid-range Thai seafood to some of the finest dining anywhere on the island. Steak and seafood are most popular.
Kata Beach has a fair amount of good dining choices as well as a few excellent top-of-the-range restaurants falling into the ‘it doesn’t matter because we are on holiday’ kind of price bracket. Divided into south and north Kata, both areas have restaurants serving international and local cuisine, typically at tourist prices.
Sometimes overlooked by visitors looking for somewhere to eat Kata is one of the hidden gems of Phuket in terms of culinary delights. Home to the world famous Boathouse restaurant and Mom Tri’s Kitchen along with the unique Royal
Thai Cuisine of Channada gourmands will never be short of somewhere to indulge. The numerous other steak houses, pizzeria, Thai and international restaurants make Kata a superb place to explore. You could very easily have every meal of your holiday in Kata without repeating yourself in terms of style of food..
Part museum, part gallery, part restaurant, visiting Kampong is certainly an unforgettable experience. Kampong Kata Hill Restaurant is a good choice for those who want to enjoy authentic Thai cuisine in such a gorgeous typical Southeast Asia environment.
The Leonardo Da Vinci team is delighted to present our traditional Italian cuisine which blends perfectly with the naturally exotic environment of our idyllic tropical island of Phuket. The concept of the restaurant is driven by a variety of tasteful, creative and artistic talents that are expressed through the cuisine, wine, garden, music, art and overall relaxed dining experience