9 Signature dishes Must try at Bai Tong Restaurant - Banana Fan Sea Resort

9 Signature dishes Must try at Bai Tong Restaurant

December 30, 2021
Banana Fan Sea Resort

9 Signature dishes Must try at Bai Tong Restaurant

“Bai Tong” the restaurant inside Banana Fan Sea Resort hotel has a relaxed atmosphere on the beach. The food focuses on using local, seasonal ingredients from Samui, created by experienced chefs. The taste of the food is spicy. The recommended menu is the Tao Tei fish Hot Pot that anyone who comes will have to order because of the mellow soup taste and the Tao toey fish is very fresh.

Tao Tei fish Hot Pot
“Tao fish” or “Hong Kong fish” is similar to the fish that will leave a white seed. The difference is that the skin color is grayer than the size and the texture is denser. a fish that likes deep water but can live in brackish water There are a lot of seas in Myanmar, Indonesia and Thailand. It tastes delicious and naturally sweet. Especially menu that should not be missed is that Tao Tei Fish Hot Pot. The fish must be fresh, not less than 1 kg., the bigger the better, wash and scrape off the dirt on the sides of the body. Use a fishbone knife diagonally on both sides, cut into bite-sized pieces. Eat with special dipping sauce

Thai rice noodles in fish curry sauce
It is the traditional taste, delicious and spicy, typical of authentic southern food. You can’t have kanom jeen without an assortment of vegetables, herbs, and other accompaniments like soft-boiled eggs, all of which provide pops of freshness and textural contrast to the saucy curry and chewy noodles. Banana blossoms, pickled mustard greens, pennywort, Thai sweet basil, bean sprouts, cabbage, long beans, mung bean sprouts, and cucumbers are all traditional, but feel free to use whatever is in season and available to you.

Seafood Avocado Salad
fresh vegetables and seafood with the restaurant’s special salad dressing makes this menu a popular dish as well.

Mhoo Koh  (Salted pork fried)
Mhoo Koh is the traditional food of Koh Samui . Pork belly cut into large cubes and fried.a must-try dish when visiting Koh Samui, fragrant, ready to eat with hot steamed rice.

Kalamae is a famous Koh Samui dessert made from coconuts on the island. It looks like a sticky black powder. It is one of three types of sweets that were popularly made on Thai New Year’s Day in the past. It’s called a sweet, traditional dessert. Sticky, delicious, soft

Yellow Fin Tuna TarTar (Tuna Tartar)
The main ingredient is tuna, which is a deep sea fish. It is said to be one of the most useful seafood ingredients that are commonly used as a staple in cooking. Contains both antioxidants, omega fatty acids 3 Add the flavor of the salad with the sweet and juicy Nam Dok Mai mango. cut with the tenderness of Avocados that are beneficial to the body This makes it another menu that health food lovers should not miss.

Grapefruit Salad with Grilled Shrimp
Grapefruit pulp is sweet and slightly sour, just right, mixed with spicy salad, shallots, fresh chili, fresh lime, crushed peanuts and fragrant roasted coconut. Put on a full uniform Followed by grilled shrimp from the Gulf of Thailand freshly picked by the chef every day.

Grilled sea bass with herbs wrapped in banana leaves
Sea bass from the Gulf of Thailand Grilled over a charcoal stove over medium heat, giving off a seductive aroma. It’s a healthy menu from Thai herbs.

Curry with Crab Meat and Cha-Plu Leaves
Fresh crab meat is used to make roasted curry with betel leaves. It is a traditional southern food menu that is not only delicious but also beneficial to the body. The benefits of Chaplu in terms of health, it is. Especially high in vitamin A and calcium. It also contains iron, phosphorus, chlorophyll, and fiber as well. which are all beneficial to the body

Baitong Restaurant at Banana Fan Sea Resort uses organic vegetables grown in the hotel’s garden. to cook food for guest therefore ensuring that it is fresh, clean and safe for sure. Therefore, Baitong Restaurant is a place where those who visit Koh Samui should not miss it.

Location: 201 Moo 2, Rob Koh Road, Bophut Subdistrict, Koh Samui District, Surat Thani Province, 84320
Open-Close: Open daily from 8:00 AM to 11:00 PM.
Phone: +66 77 413 483
Facebook: www.facebook.com/baitongrestaurantsamui