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Food and drink prices

bolton
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Food and drink prices

How much is it for a meal and prices for beer and a vodka and tonic

Poulton Le Fylde...
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for Khao Lak, Khao Sok National Park
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1. Re: Food and drink prices

An average two course lunch or dinner at a local Thai restaurant will cost about 200 - 300 baht per person, fish and king prawns perhaps 50-100 baht more, small beer about 60-80 baht, large 100-130 baht, wine 100 - 150 baht per glass, cocktails 100 - 150 baht.

Mildura, Australia
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2. Re: Food and drink prices

Forgive the copy n paste but this is a post that I have saved as this question comes up a lot. These prices are from our experience from our trip in Feb 2017:

Dinner for 3 adults with a couple of drinks probably averaged about 1600 baht for us. This would included at least one seafood dish. Sometimes though we only had a bill of well under 1000. A few nights of eating street food at markets etc was much cheaper. The more alcohol you have the more expensive it will be. Wine is expensive at 150-200 baht a glass for something very average. A spirit and mixer is similar price.

With seafood most restaurants will have some dishes, say a prawn or fish curry which might be around 180 baht for example. If you want prawns from the selection usually out the front of the restaurant on ice, you will pay by the 100 grams.

Whole fish where we ate was around 60 baht per 100 grams. So a decent 600 gram size whole fish would be 360 baht. Large prawns were between 110 and 150 baht per 100 grams. Some of the ones we had were huge and about 100-150 grams each (we also had a couple of 200 gram ones!) so 6 of these would set you back 6-900 baht - certainly not cheap. They are however fresh and delicious so definitely worth splurging on occasion.

Edited: 14 May 2017, 14:05
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