Unless you’re lucky enough to be staying at the Conrad Samui, getting to this restaurant is quite an adventure as it’s in a remote southwest corner of the island. We’d say the flair and imagination of the chef make the trek worth it. As do the items on the set menus, like wagyu beef with massaman curry sauce (a culinary masterpiece), and the tom yum goon, the famous Thai soup, which arrives deconstructed with the hot broth in a glass teapot. Just as famous as the food and outstanding wine pairing are the superb sunset views—get an early evening reservation.