Siam Deli, Marriott Phuket Beach Club, Phuket Thailand

After attending the Marriott Vacation Club members update talk, we were given THB4000 worth of Food and Beverage Vouchers to be used at any of the resort’s restaurants. We decided to try out the Siam Deli Restaurant after reading the positive reviews on Tripadvisor. 

To be honest, the prices of the food here isn’t cheap, and if not for the vouchers, we probably wouldn’t have even tried this place. 

We ordered a Lamb Rogan Josh, Fish and Chips, JW Marriott Burger, and two kids meals – Spaghetti Alfredo and Mini Beef Steak. 

Generally speaking, the food was okay, but unfortunately at these prices, our expectations were much higher. The adult meals were of a better standard, but the kids meals were not very good. The kids spaghetti had no ingredients whatsoever and was practically just pasta with cream sauce. At THB180++ surely they could have at least put in some mushrooms or ham??

The whole bill came up to THB2036, which frankly we would be able to find much better at much cheaper, even at the nearby Turtle Village.


Lamb Rogan Gosh (8/10)

JW Marriott Burger (6/10)

Fish and Chips (7/10)

Mini Beef Steak (6/10)

Spaghetti in Cream Sauce (2/10)


2017 Drive from Singapore to Thailand – Day 4 – Marriott Phuket Beach Club

It was good to have a relaxing day to chill at the resort after driving long distance for the past 3 days. What we love about the Marriott Vacation Club timeshare is that it gives us access to 5 star accommodation at extremely low prices. There is also the feeling of familiarity that we are coming back to our 2nd home. After a long road trip, that is certainly something to look forward to. The facilities are also great, with an excellent kids club with lots of fun activities to keep the kids entertained and occupied. The gym is great too, with free rental of bicycles, board games and DVDs and fun activities for teens and adults too! 

The two bedroom apartment is spacious and fully equipped with kitchenette and dining room, which allows us to prepare delicious home cooked meals, saving us money and allows us to not to eat out all the time. 

We know that timeshares get an extremely bad reputation at times, but we believe that if you keep an open mind and do your sums, you will find that there is some value in what they offer. The key is to find one that can be trusted, and we believe that there is no better timeshare than what Marriott offers!


Click here for the next installment of my 2017 SG-TH blog series where I share about my misadventures at the beach.

Click here to read from the beginning of my 2017 SG-TH blog series.

Click this link to read my three part blog post from 2016 where I detail everthing you need to know about preparing for a Singapore – Thailand road trip.

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