Phu Quoc is a seafood paradise

With the cooler, Gulf of Thailand waters around Phu Quoc producing such good seafood — the island is known in for its squid, anchovies, prawns and mackerel — this is all complemented by Vietnamese-style dishes from the sea.

Naturally much of the food is Vietnamese, with ingredients where possible being sourced from Phu Quoc. Vietnamese streetfood favourites make the menu, with options including pho bo (beef noodle soup), bun ga xao (rice noodles with fried chicken), bun cha (rice noodles with fresh herbs and barbecued pork), banh xeo (Vietnamese pancakes) and nem cua (Hanoi-style crab spring rolls).

From 4pm, just in time for the sunset, a tapas menu is served up that includes anything from falafel and bravas potatoes through to chicken satay, stuffed squid and Vietnamese ceviche.

On The Rocks Restaurant

Set on a small rocky promontory that separates the property’s two beaches, the restaurant has a main fan-cooled indoor area and an outdoor wooden deck overlooking the sea. For sunsets, or for a place to eat under the stars, its location and ambience is unrivalled.

Beach Bar

Breakfast at Mango Bay will be a highlight of your stay. We serve from 6.30 to 10.30 and breakfast covers Eastern and Western styles as well as tropical fruit, signature pancakes and an exotic bread basket. After breakfast the restaurant stays open until the last guest leaves after dinner.

Signature Cocktails & Dishes

For those who look for simple comfort food — pizzas, burgers, tacos, grilled seafood, club sandwiches and creative salads — mixed with great cocktails and views over the beach and the sea, then the Beach Bar at the northern end of the resort is the perfect venue. Open-air dining, good music on the sound system, dinner under the open night sky and the atmosphere of the tropical, shaded beach all combine to make this a great location to relax and unwind.