Sea View Restaurant on Koh Tao
The concept for Breeze originated from Nantiya, a third generation local Koh Tao girl, who has travelled the world extensively, living in Europe, Asia, Australasia & America for sustained periods.
An avid ‘foodie’ who likes to cook and enthusiastic traveler, Nantiya discovered ‘farangfood’ during her University days studying in Bangkok and indulged during study placements in New Zealand, the United States and during her masters in the UK.
Returning home to Koh Tao after years of studying, travelling and cooking, Nantiya realized there was an opportunity on the island for a truly International restaurant, serving tasty food and using quality, fresh (and where possible), locally sourced ingredients.
Add to this friendly customer service, a beautiful ocean view location, a relaxed ambience and we hope we have created an enjoyable and memorable culinary experience for you at Breeze.
Everything has to be absolutely perfect
Determined to keep offering our customers what they want Nantiya continues to innovate, fusing east and west, using only the freshest sourced ingredients.
From traditional English Fish and Chips, American stacked pancakes or Italian classic dishes like Gnocchi & Ravioli to middle eastern Mezze boards.
Our menu showcases popular traditional and contemporary dishes such as smashed avocado on toast, superfood salad and spicy buffalo cauliflower wings
We’ve got the skills
A truly international menu and one that derives its inspiration from the international population and clientele that Koh Tao is renowned for.
Our new dishes are introduced on our specials menu, where all our dishes start life, the most popular of which progress onto the main food menu. Until you tell us otherwise.
Come and join us
A tropical island beach, with sand, sea, stunning sunsets and a gentle sea breeze that blows in from across the Gulf of Thailand.
The source of inspiration for our beachside cafe and restaurant is a combination of different influences, such as the local inhabitants and international visitors of modern-day Koh Tao.