Here is a roadside dining point somewhere in Surin Beach.
There is no view or anything particularly special about this spot with the exception of the tasty eats and cheap prices.
The photo below depicts one of my favorite Thai dishes. I'm sorry to say that I don't know the name of the dish in English but if you would like to order it just say "Moo Gha Tah." This is sort of a self serve dish where you are given a flaming table-top charcoal bbq and a specially shaped soup pan in which you pour broth into and simultaneously roast up seafood, beef, pork, chicken, or veggies. The broth heats around the bottom where you simmer the fresh veggies while you roast the meats on the upper area. As soon as the meats are done you scoop up your share of soup, veggies and meat into into a small soup bowl. Add some "Nam Jim" or chili sauce to your soup for extra zing and away you go.
This dish is well complimented by an 88 Californian white zinfandel.