Restaurants marked with this icon have the same prices on Hangover Samui as they do when you dine in!
When you think of Australian food I’m sure we all get just about the same image in our minds. There it is…. a flaming hot barbecue full of sizzling coals and of course a big juicy piece of MEAT !!! My mouth starts to water as I imagine the sweet smoky bbq smell filling the air.
Meat has always been a core component of the Australian diet. The Australian Aborigines were the first inhabitants of the continent and established the basis for Australian food known today. They were aboriginal tribes of hunters and gatherers who developed a unique diet known as “bush tucker”. This consisted of foraged plant items from the rather dry inhospitable landscape. Along with eating native plants, tribesmen hunted animals such as kangaroo, wallaby, emu and even crocodile.
Even after the arrival of British colonists in 1788 and other subsequent migrant cultures that influenced Australian food, barbecuing meat still remained an integral part of traditional Australian food culture. Today Australian families commonly get together for barbeques often held at the beach, in the backyard or any other part of the great outdoors. They will grill up prime cuts of beef, pork and seafood along with more traditional Australian food favorites.
All you carnivorous connoisseurs of Koh Samui have no fear. Just because you are in Thailand doesn’t mean you can’t get some great Australian food. Just use our easy and fast ordering system to place an order from one of our Australian Food Restaurants and our friendly staff will bid you g’day as they deliver your order hot and fresh anywhere on the island of Koh Samui.