Travel: Naughty Nuri, Best Ribs in Phuket Patong

Heard about Naughty Nuri's from many friends before and I finally had the chance to try it during my trip to Phuket in Q4 of 2018. Didn't do much research on what to eat in Phuket but this was one of the few recommendations that caught my attention. 

Naughty Nuri's originated from Bali and they are well-known for BBQ ribs. Was so full from lunch but it was too precious to miss. 

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Naughty Nuri's Signature Ribs ($450 THB) 
Soft and tender ribs drenched in BBQ sauce

I thought it will be quite salty as most BBQ sauces are like that but the one from Naughty Nuri is just right for me. The meat is tender, soft and very flavourful. Serving size is definitely good for sharing and the best part is...

we got it at 50% off as there was some lunch promotion going on! Not sure if it is permanent but you can try heading down during lunch hour (roughly 12 - 2 pm)

So full slab of good ribs at roughly SGD $10, what more can you ask for?

There are a lot of seats around so don't worry! It is not very crowded when we were there for second round of lunch, around 130 pm or so!

The place has a quirky vibe to it. There are many piggy merchandises to bag home so you can take a look if it interest you! 

Didn't have the stomach to try other dishes but I don't think you will be disappointed with the signature ribs, coconut shake (the staff even do a dance for you!). A casual dining place but do note that it is non-air conditioned. Had a couple of mosquito bites while we were there. Insect repellent is a must bring in tropical countries. 

Naughty Nuri's, Phuket (Thailand)

122 Thanon Ratuthit Songroipi Rd, Tambon Patong, 
Amphoe Kathu, Chang Wat Phuket 83150, Thailand
Tel: +66 76 340 308

Operating Hours
12 p.m. - 1 a.m. 
(most of the days in a week)

Tips on where to park for self-drive:

1. Jungceylon Shopping Centre 
A little far from this place but it is very easy to park and there are ample space.Most likely you will buy something from Watsons/Big C so parking will be essentially free. As you can tell this is my preferred place to park.

2. Private car parks 
Not sure what they are called but usually when you turn left or right, you can find a lot of parking space at a small fee. 
A rule of thumb is that don't park along the main roads (busy traffic) and I think... the areas with red markings. 

3. Naughty Nuri store front
Saw a few cars there but I cannot confirm whether it is an actual car park or not. Let me know if you manage to try!

Rating: 4.5/5

*I have no intention to do a food recommendation/review for this that's why I did not take enough photos/do note-taking during the meal. For record purpose and something to keep this space alive, this is up!