Sand Box Restaurant at Renaissance Phuket Resort & Spa

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Spicy Clam FettucciniDaniel Haddad

Grab a table at Sandbox and enjoy views of the Andaman Sea while dining on classic comfort food and fresh seafood. We were instantly drawn to the relaxed and fun setting and our children couldn’t resist playing in the sand and exploring the grounds while we enjoyed a leisurely lunch. The stylish yet bohemian design has you feeling like you are in a tropical paradise but ensures you will be treated to Renaissance’s reliable five star service and high quality ingredients. Dishes range from fragrant pastas and juicy burgers to simple grilled options and plenty to share as a family. Favourite dishes included the Sesame Tuna Summer Rolls with Cucumber, Spring Onion, Coriander, Mint and Wasabi Mayo in a Rice Paper Wrap, the Spicy Clam Fettuccini using local Phuket Sweet Clams, Chili, Garlic and White Wine Sauce, the Angus Beef Burger with Bacon, Melted Cheddar, Mayonnaise, Lettuce, Tomato, Onion and Dill Pickle, the Steak Sandwich using Roast Rib Eye with BBQ Sauce Glaze, Grilled Onion, Emmental Cheese, Tomato, Rocket and Garlic Aioli, the Grilled Salmon Steak with Spinach, Peppers, Thai Asparagus, Mustard, Lemon and Dill Cream Sauce, the Honey Soy Glazed Chicken Poke Bowl with Glass Noodles, Carrot, Pickled Cucumber, Coriander, Sweet Corn, Edamame and Sesame Seeds, the "Loaded Dog" with Spiced Pork Sausage, Beef Bolognese, Peppers, Onions, Mozzarella, Avocado, Salsa and Pickled Jalapenos and the Char Grilled Pork Chop with Herb Buttered Potatoes, French Beans, Grilled Onion Gravy. Make sure to save room for dessert and pair your meal with a fresh coconut or fresh fruit shake. An ideal choice for sociable lunches or sunset dinners while staying in the Mai Khao area.

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