Besides its serene beaches and laid-back charm, there's no shortage of amazing halal food in Hua Hin. Known as an up-and-coming destination in Thailand, it comes to no surprise why travellers are starting to give this underrated gem a chance.
While you're ticking off all the attractions and sightseeing spots in our 5D4N Muslim-friendly itinerary to Bangkok and Hua Hin
, enjoy a break in between! From spicy tom yum to grilled lobsters, these halal eateries are perfect for your quick getaway to Hua Hin.
1. Mooz Hua Hin Halal Food
Once you step off from Hua Hin railway station, take a short drive to Mooz Hua Hin Halal Food
. Situated at Naeb K Haad Road, pull yourself a chair at this casual dining spot and flip the menu to see what's good.
You might already set your eyes on tom yum seafood, spicy mango salad and other Thai favourites, but there's more to discover too. How about adding stir-fried scallop with chilli and the fried seabass with fish sauce to the table? It'll be a hearty treat, for sure.
: This restaurant also has a prayer room to perform your solat.
: All meats and ingredients are sourced from halal-certified suppliers Opening hours
: Open daily; 11AM-8.45PM
: 29/5 , Naeb K Haad Rd., A. Hua Hin, 77110 Hua Hin, Thailand
: +66 95 524 1339
2. Tan Roti Mataba
Make your way to Tan Roti Mataba
and you'll see the staff working hard to prepare something delicious. This local eatery specialises in mataba, a savoury or sweet stuffed bread, which is similar to murtabak in Malaysia or martabak in Indonesia and Singapore.
Just a short drive from Hua Hin Night Market, start with something tasty such as chicken curry mataba and chocolate roti mataba. Otherwise, you can try clear seafood tom yum, oxtail soup or seafood fried rice.
: It's challenging to get a parking space at Tan Roti Mataba. We recommend getting a taxi or Grab car to this eatery.
: Open daily; 9AM–8.30pm (roti is only sold from 2PM)
: Hua Hin, Hua Hin District, Prachuap Khiri Khan 77110, Thailand
: +66 85 182 1449
[P.S. Travelling to Hua Hin for the first time? From sightseeing spots to street markets, you'll love our ultimate guide to what Hua Hin has to offer!]
3. Roti Chachak Bang Nara (Muslim Bangnara Food Hua Hin)
Credit: Roti Chachak on Facebook
There's a time and place for a good lunch if you're hanging out around Hua Hin railway station. And that includes Roti Chachak Bang Nara
! Dotted with wooden furniture and faux grass carpets, this humble eatery is also known for selling sweet and savoury roti mataba. Come over if you're looking for more reasons to try them!
Credit: Roti Chachak on Facebook
Since there are other yummy food on the table, don't be shy to order spicy seafood salad, basil fried rice with beef, and Muslim yellow rice with chicken that comes with beef soup. You're on a holiday after all!
Average price of main dishes
: Open daily; 11AM-11PM
: หน้าคิวรถตู้หัวหิน Hua Hin, Hua Hin District, Prachuap Khiri Khan 77110, Thailand
: +66 62 409 2556
4. Kedai Muslim A Bang Mana
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After taking pictures at Swiss Sheep Farm, plan your next lunch spot at Kedai Muslim A Bang Mana . Decked out with bright red chairs and large tables, feast your eyes on the deep-fried omelette, stir-fried vegetables, seafood tom yum and basil chicken with rice that'll fill up
your table. Halal status
: Open daily; 6AM-9PM
: Phet Kasem Rd, Khao Yai, เพชรบุรี, Phetchaburi 76120, Thailand
: +66 96 487 1241
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5. Halal Hua Hin Beach Seafood & Thai Restaurant
Just a 2-minute walk from Hua Hin Beach, you'll find Halal Hua Hin Beach Seafood & Thai Restaurant
that would make a lovely spot for dinner. As you catch the sea breeze brushing your hair, prepare yourself for seafood dinner with a touch of Thai flavours.
Treat yourself to garlic pepper shrimp, papaya salad with crab, grilled lobsters, sweet and sour fried fish as well as tom yum soup. While some diners might find the prices to be steep, it remains a pleasant place to enjoy seafood dinner in Hua Hin.
: While the restaurant uses ingredients from halal-certified suppliers, do note that beers are served on the premise.
: Open daily; 10.30AM-10PM
: 4/31 Hua Hin Bazaar, Phetkasem Road, Hua Hin, Prachuap Khiri Khan 77110, Thailand
: +66 84 634 7795
Credit: Giphy After spending the day at Hua Hin beach
and Santorini Park, there's no better way to refuel than having a satisfying meal at these halal eateries in Hua Hin. Serving yummy Thai favourites such as seafood tom yum, grilled lobsters and chicken curry mataba, refuel as much as you like, so you can discover more sightseeing spots in this underrated Thai destination!