A tranquil experience awaits on the beach

By Keith Baker Monday, 11 January 2016 11:47 0
SIAM BEACH: Sopita serves traditional authentic Thai food. SIAM BEACH: Sopita serves traditional authentic Thai food.

SOPITA HILLS took over a cafe-bar on Altea’s beach front in October 2013, and immediately transformed it into a Thai restaurant that has become popular with locals and tourists alike. 

The decor is tasteful and inviting, and an air of calm greets you as you enter. All the staff share Sopita’s quiet demeanour, which augments the peaceful atmosphere. If you choose to sit outside, however, you are able to enjoy the amazing view of the Mediterranean as you watch the world amble by. So inside or out, a peaceful experience awaits you.

Siam Beach serves traditional authentic Thai food, with green and red curries being the most popular choice amongst the clientele. As you might expect in Altea, clients hail from all around the world, with English, Norwegian and Dutch making up the majority of diners.

The restaurant industry is a competitive one, and Sopita has done her homework. Her prices are pitched lower than other Thai establishments in the area, ensuring that, in addition to a good quality meal in tranquil surroundings, you can expect good value for money too. Tel: 965 844 048.

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