Crispy Squid in Ao Nang, Krabi (Thai Beach Food)

Crispy Squid in Ao Nang, Krabi (Thai Beach Food)
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Ao Nang is one of the major touristy towns of Krabi, located along the coast in the south of Thailand. There’s a beach in-between Ao Nang and Khlong Haeng, and in the day time, there are a bunch of vendors that set up shop across the street from the ocean. They sell a variety of different Thai foods, most of them being deep fried Thai seafood. You’ll find fish, squid, shrimp, and some other things as well, all waiting to be ordered and served.

Typically, you can get a mat from the restaurant you choose to eat at, and they will set it up by the beach and you can order your food and they will bring it across the street as you sit there and eat. However, this particular day we went, there was a carnival going on, and so they beach was blocked by the carnival… so the restaurant had to set up some tables in the grass for us to eat at. So no beachside view this time, but same food, and we were sitting right across the road from the beach.

We chose a restaurant called Sakirin Seafood (ซากีหรีน ซีฟู๊ด), located at the end of all the street food stalls. Much of the seafood is covered in a thin yellow batter and deep fried to a crisp… and I mean a serious crisp – so crispy it can cut the gums of your mouth crispy!

The crispy squid and the crispy fish were my two favorite items of this meal.

ซากีหรีน ซีฟู๊ด
หาดนพรัตน์ธารา จ.กระบี่
เปิด 10.00 – 16.00 น.
ปลาซาบะทอด 60
กุ้งทอดใบเล็บครุฑ 50
หอยชักตีน 80
ส้มตำปูปลาร้า 40
ต้มยำทะเล 150

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48 Comments

  1. I search for restaurant name and for beach name and still don't found it. I have been in Ao Nang last year, and 2 years ago ind will be there next month again. CAN SOMEBODY TELL ME WHERE THIS PLACE IS? Thank you.😊

  2. OMG the crunch factor ! I need to snack on these lovely fried foods throughout the day and then go to the gym at night to burn it off LOL.

  3. Mark, that crispy seafoods you ate, you gotta be careful. Its now commons in some countries in SE the seller uses melted plastic bags or candle into the batter in order to make the foods deep frieds stay crispy even its been out for a quite long time.

    Next time you see foods overly crunchy and its cold cos its been out for a while, please do not take the risks with trying the foods.

  4. If I had displayed such table manners as a little kid, I would have been banished from the dinner table. I think that's one reason I love these videos. I wish I could join you, Mark.

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