My husband and I enjoyed so much having lunch here. Excellent food, the presentation of the plates was beautiful and the servers were very kind. Highly recommend!
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Unlike other venues in town, the food and cocktails were so so. In other words, nothing outstanding. The only thing i liked was the durian cheesecake. In this restaurant, like in many others around the world decoration does not match food. All diners were foreigners....More
We didn't book but turned up early on our only night in Phuket town. We were not disappointed! All four (parents and two teens) took the taster menu and every single dish was fantastic - none of us could agree on our favourite. The mansion...More
We booked an early Saturday night dinner, the last night of our holiday to ensure we didn't miss out on dinner here, to enjoy the sunset, and to make sure we weren't driving back to our hotel (n30 minutes away) too late at night. The...More
Not cheap, but worth it! The flavor profiles were amazing! If you have time, I strongly suggest the cooking class as well.
The Blue Elephant Restaurant (and Cooking School) resides in a beautiful old mansion that is a destination in itself. The mansion was once occupied by a Governor and works wonderfully as a classic Thai restaurant. I've eaten here many times, and have enjoyed it each...More
We had lunch at Blue Elephant while on our holiday in Phuket the food we had was amazing so delicious I can highly recommend this restaurant the staff were all so lovely and made us feel very comfortable thank you Fern for your hospitality
I booked with Club Med Phuket to do a cooking class and I was really happy with the experience, I was collected from hotel on time taken to restaurant, we went for a walk to the food market and were led the Chef Nooror she...More
The premises are stunning in a old state building. I had a roasted duck curry - intensive flavours. All food is great and so local and good. My wife was over the moon with the spare ribs. Service is quick and friendly. a bit tricky...More
Ate dinner on a Thursday evening. The restaurant was at three quarters capacity. Having previously eaten at Blue Elephants - Kuwait (once) and Malta (a dozen times) - this one didn't disappoint. Great setting in a historic building that retains its old charm, the service...More