In Suan Sampran there are 3 restaurants: Inn Chan, Rim Nam, and Vanda.  All offer a variety of Thai and International cuisines. Our kitchens use more than 70% (approximately 15 tonnes per month) of fresh organic produce including rice, herbs, vegetables, fruits and eggs from our own certified Patom Organic Farm and local organic farms. Our restaurants are one of the key parts in our sustainable program from recycling food waste into compost, used cooking oil into biodiesel, and 100% no use of plastic bottles and straws.

For table reservation, Tel: 034 322588-93 or email to [email protected]

Inn Chan

The first restaurant in Suan Sampran, Inn Chan is well known for its traditional Thai dishes that use fresh local organic ingredients. The most popular and well recommended dishes are Pad Thai and coconut ice cream. The restaurant also offers the best view of the Ta Chine River.

Opens daily from 11.00 am to 3.00 pm

Saturday Only opens from 11.00 am to 3.00 pm and 5.00 pm to 9.30 pm

Rim Nam Restaurant

Newly renovated in 2015, Rim Nam restaurant is located on the first floor of the hotel; overlooking the swimming pool and Ta Chine River. Rim Nam serves a variety of Thai and International dishes with emphasis on local organic ingredients.

Opens daily from 6.00 am to 10.00 am and from 3.00 pm to 11.00 pm

Vanda Restaurant

Vanda offers Thai and International buffet with an array of freshly cooked dishes while using seasonal local organic produce as the key ingredients. Vanda is located next to the property’s central lake.

Vanda opens daily from 11:30 am to 2:30 pm

Book buffet lunch

Patom Organic Cafe

Our newest member of the Patom family is Patom Organic Café at Sampran. Located in Patom Organic Village, our café overlooks the organic learning grounds and production journey of our organic materials. You will also be surrounded by the village’s 50 years of history and tradition.

Only a few steps away from the café is the Sookjai Farmers Market, and just a short boat ride away is Patom Organic Farm. You can spend a day in our world and get to know all about what goes into making an organic product from start to finish.

Sookjai Market

Sookjai Farmers’ Market was established in 2010 to promote organic agriculture and serve as a channel to connect organic farmers in Sampran Model network with consumers. Thus people can gain access to trusted organic products at reasonable prices. Currently there are about 70 vendors selling rice, vegetables, fruits, freshly cooked foods, and processed foods with revenues generated for farmers and communities approximately 3,000,000 baht per month. Sookjai Farmers’ Market is being managed by a committee elected from the vendors annually. Moreover, there is a consumer committee who help share their demands and experiences with the vendor committee so they can help further improve market managment.