Sea Hag Restaurant

Sea Hag Restaurant in Patong

Sea Hag Restaurant in Patong

Seahag Restaurant is a good place if you plan to have dinner before heading to the Patong fun party zone. Sea Hag is a good place to take your friends for a casual meal rather than cheap fried rice on a plastic plate eaten on the way to Bangla, but you also want to remain within walking distance, then go to Sea Hag Restaurant.


Strangely tourists talk a lot on forums about some small places I would not mention (yet) but these are tourist gathering places. You probably won’t see a single Thai customer in there. This is a downside of the social network, people often believe blindly what they read. I did try, several times, and if this is their vision of Thai food, then I don’t know what I like anymore.


In Soi Wattana, perpendicular to the beach road, Sea Hag was an icon restaurant… it’s small, it’s colourful, it’s always full and it’s also gay but everyone feels at ease (the large rainbow flag on the shop front might give you a hint). Other restaurants in the street look pale compared to Sea Hag.


Sea Hag Restaurant, painted in warm tones and decorated with Thai carvings and paintings, is divided into two air-con floors and an outdoor terrace. Thai food and dishes are nicely presented and the vast menu is well illustrated Kenya will be happy to recommend a few of the house specialities. Among them are the fried shrimps wrapped in vermicelli, the always popular Hor Mok Talay, a fish mousse, but here central Thailand version, which is quite different from the usual hardcore very spicy southern version. The whole fish in tamarind sauce was excellent and very copious. The king prawns with vermicelli in a clay pot were probably the highlight of the meal. The whole dinner was copious and the idea of desserts didn’t even cross our minds. Price-wise it might be more expensive than other restaurants in the streets of Patong, but it is fully justified.

How to get to Sea Hag:

Coming from Bangla Road, turn left and walk on the beach road for five 400 m and past Haagen Dasz Shop (note the tip) you’ll reach a small lane called Soi Wattana, before Baan Lamai Hotel.

Useful tips: Parking in this area is almost impossible, better park at Jungceylon and take a tuk-tuk or pick any available spot on your way, even far, and walk.

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Seahag Restaurant Info

Location: Patong Beach
Address: 78/5 Soi Dr Wattana, Patong Beach, Phuket 83150
Open: 11 am – 11 pm
Phone: 087 673 3472

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Willy Thuan
Born in France a long long time ago, I started to travel the world early and never stopped until I settled in Thailand in 1994. Then for the past 27 years, my passion for photography and my natural curiosity has taken me to every corner of Thailand, jumping frequently between Bangkok and Phuket and basically everywhere I could go. I run and manage large international online travel guides.