Restaurants in Sichon
We have tested hotels, resorts, bungalows and restaurants in the Sichon Area. Here you can read our recommendations ....
1. Prasansook Villa Restaurant (Area 2)
2. Krua Poy Beach Restaurant (Area 2)
3. Issara Beach Resort and Restaurant (Area 2)
4. Piti Resort and Restaurant (Area 2)
7. Yeoser’s Beach Resort and Restaurant (Area 4)
15. Sichon Seafood (Area 2)
16. Kotone Restaurant (Area 2)
17. Harbor View Restaurant (Area 2)
18. PTT Restaurant (Area 2)
19. Kotone Restaurant Branch 2 (Area 2)
|STAR RATING - 1-16 SCALE RATING
RATING OF INDIVIDUAL ITEMS.
Some entrées and other items are given star ratings in the restaurant reviews. While a restaurant's overall score is based on many factors (but primarily food rather than service or ambiance), the individual items served play an important part in the point rating. The restaurant's overall rating should be in line with the quality of individual items that are served, especially if they represent the restaurant's best items or specialty.
FURTHER EXPLANATION OF THE STAR RATING SYSTEM
These are outstanding or very good restaurants, characterized by at least one of the following:
- A world-class restaurant.
- One of the best restaurants of its category in the country.
- Has at least one outstanding dish worth trying.
- In my opinion is very authentic for an ethnic restaurant, or very good for other cuisines.
The five-star rating system is based on the Zagat system but I have changed it a bit so it suits the Sichon area and me. I rate the restaurant from 0 to 16 points where 0 points is 1 Star and between 13 and 16 points is 5 Stars. The ratings are based on food, ambience, service and value for money.
Better than average for its category. Characterized by very flavorful and/or authentic food. One of the best in its category.
- Isaan Thai restaurants would maybe not serve authentic Isaan soup and would not serve everything from the Isaan kitchen but may have dishes I like such as home style noodle soup or Khao Pad Gai.
- For foreign restaurants, this is typically the highest score given to “Westernized” food, such as Spaghetti Bolognese or pizza and burgers, that I consider very good.
- Has at least one outstanding dish worth trying, but other things may be inconsistent.
To earn a three-star rating it would have to be a place to which I could envision myself returning. This may not be my favorite restaurant in the world, but one in which I could find things I enjoy ordering on a routine or consistent basis. Generally these restaurants are free of any extremely negative experiences. I consider 3 Stars as a "good" score, however.
I'm using this category for restaurants that provide good freshness, quality, temperature, etc., and do not give me a bad experience (such as making me sick). However, they are not restaurants I recommend in terms of having really flavorful, authentic or interesting food. In rare cases they are rated fair because I may have ordered an item which they do not prepare well, although I do try to ask what dishes they recommend, and I do tend to rate higher if I at least liked the soup.
I'm reserving this category for places in which I had a bad experience. I will have to say that if I get sick to my stomach, it rarely happens on my first visit, but after such an experience it earns a one-star rating forever. I do not review fast food chains, but if I did I would almost certainly give a one-star rating to franchises such as KFC and The Pizza Company, since I can find nothing in these restaurants worth ordering (either in terms of nutrition or flavor). The ratings are based strictly on food quality.