Sunrise Beach Restaurant on Koh Lipe is a simple beach shack restaurant serving classic Thai Island food. It's rated very highly on Tripadvisor and Google but is it any good?
We popped in for a quick lunch to see what the fuss is about (we came here four years ago and I don't remember being blown away.)
The food on islands, for me, never quite lives up to the food in the towns and cities on the mainland of Thailand and Koh Lipe is no exception; you're not exactly spoilt for choice on this island when it comes to Thai food! That being said, if you're looking for simple Thai fare at a good price, meters away from the crystal clear waters of the Andaman sea then you could do far worse than stopping for lunch at Sunrise Beach Restaurant.
I would highly recommend the Gai Tod - Fried Chicken Wings.
Directions to the restaurant are below:
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