Chalong is another part of the island where you’ll find almost anything and everything to eat. Whatever type of cuisine you fancy, you’re sure to find it somewhere along the streets of this large town. There are loads of Thai restaurants on the two main roads of Chaofa East and Chaofa West, in addition to international eateries should you fancy a change. The road laeding to Chalong pier is also full of restaurants, some pub-style and casual, while others are more up-market, even affording sea views. Soi Palai on Chaofa East Road is another option for mainly Thai and local food. At the end of the long smooth road of the soi where a pier lays ahead, you will find a long row of Thai and local Phuket seafood restaurants with the laid-back view of Chalong Bay. Markets pop up in various areas of the main roads throughout the week and are some of the biggest on the island, meaning the choice of foods available is extensive. The area is seeing more and more Thai fusion eateries being added to its impressive list of unique restaurants. Again, the two main roads of Chaofa East and West are where you’ll find most of these haunts.