Market Village Hua Hin is the largest shopping complex in Hua Hin, one of Thailand’s most popular tourist destinations. If you’re looking for the best place to eat cheap in Hua Hin, consider visiting a food court at Hua Hin Market Village called Street Food Market.
Market Village Hua Hin
Market Village Hua Hin is conveniently located on Petchkasem road which is the main road of the town. Shopping complex is located just few minutes from the center of Hua Hin and can be easily reached by taxi or local public transport.
Hua Hin Market Village provides a family-friendly shopping experience with various brand name retail outlets, restaurants and entertainment options. The terrace of Market Village Hua Hin is the place where art exhibits, mini concerts and even nights markets are held.
Hua Hin Market Village also offers various dining possibilities. Here you can find a wide variety of restaurants featuring Thai food and international menus. One of the best places to eat cheap in Hua Hin, food court Street Food Market, can also be found at Market Village.
Food Market at Market Village
Street Food Market is a food court, located on the basement floor of the building, which is very popular between both locals and tourists. Hua Hin Market Village Food Court is a perfect place to try a variety of Thai food dishes. The most popular Thai food dishes such as Pad Thai, Som Tam and Tom Yum Goong are served here for a really reasonable price. The food here is tasty and the environment is much cleaner than you will find on the streets of Hua Hin.
Food Market Card
For buying food at the food court, you need to purchase a pre-paid card that can be refilled with a desired amount starting from 100 baht. If not all credit is used, remaining value can be used on another day or refunded upon return of the card. Food market card is valid for 30 days from the day of the first payment. If you have no plan to come back anytime soon, return the card and get your money refunded.
However, the stalls out of the main food court zone accept cash only. Most of the stalls displaying signs “Cash only” sell various snacks.
Food Market Menu
Menus at the stalls of Hua Hin Market Village Food Court are displayed in Thai and English languages so ordering food here is easy.
One of the most popular Thai food dishes, Pad Thai is offered for a reasonable price at the food court as original Pad Thai costs only 40 Baht, Pad Thai with shrimps – 55 Baht, Pad Thai with seafood – 65 Baht.
Rad Na is another Thai noodle dish that we like to order quite often. At Hua Hin Market Village Food Court Rad Na with seafood was perfect and it cost us 60 Baht.
Chicken Rice or Khao Man Gai is a dish that can be found on almost every street in Thailand. Street Food Market is not an exception. Khao Man Gai with boiled chicken costs 35/45 Baht, with deep fried chicken – 40/50 Baht.
Another great option at Hua Hin Market Village Food Court is a set of omelet, rice and soup or curry. Just for 55 Baht you can get a small bowl of Tom Yum, Khai Jeaw (Omelet) and rice.
The price of Grilled Pork or Moo Ping at the food court is the same as on the street – 10 Baht per stick.
Before you head there, check the list of Top 10 Thai Food Dishes You Must Try.
Even if Thai food is not your thing, at the food court you won’t be starving. Here you can find Korean Pork Rice, Yakitori Chicken Rice, Kimchi Pork Don, Katsudon, Shoyu Pork Dun, Samurai Pork Rice and other dishes from Japanese and Korean cuisines. Western food lovers can choose from Spaghetti Bolognese, Pasta Carbonara, steaks, fish & chips and others.
The choice of desserts at Street Food Market is very wide so don’t forget to leave some space for them.
Don’t miss out on the most popular Thai dessert - Mango Sticky Rice.
Basement floor of Hua Hin Market Village, 234/1 Phetkasem Road, Hua Hin
Sunday – Thursday: from 10:30 to 21:00
Friday – Saturday: from 10:30 to 22:00
How to get there
Hua Hin Market Village is located on the main road of Hua Hin and can be easily accessed by taxi or public transport - green line songtaews pass by Market Village.
You will need local cash for buying cash card at the food court. You can exchange your foreign currency at Market Village, just check for the Best Money Exchange Rates at Market Village Hua Hin.