Dining options on Koh Chang are diverse and plentiful. No matter what pleases your palate, you’re bound to find it on the island’s many beaches and areas. Most hotels and resorts usually feature an excellent choice dining venues serving a wide range of popular local and international dishes. The choice extends to scrumptious cuisine like Italian and Indian. Found flanked the main road, street food or roadside stalls are a great (and cheap) alternative to the sometimes pricey resorts’ restaurants, especially if you want to sample authentic and tasty local food like ‘som tam’ (papaya salad), ‘tom yum goong’ (hot and sour shrimp soup) and ‘ka prao gai’ (stir-fried chicken in basil leaves), among other things. In addition to local and international cuisine, a choice of seafood, caught fresh off the ocean, is also readily available and can be prepared in a variety of ways to suit your taste. And to complete Koh Chang’s fantastic and memorable dining experience, do not miss seafood restaurants – with open grilling and cooking stations – found on major beaches like Klong Prao Beach, White Sand Beach, Kai Bae Beach and Lonely Beach.