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Where and what to eat in Phuket

Thailand’s biggest island, Phuket is often equated with beach resorts. But its capital, Phuket Town, ignored by most tourists who stampede to the beaches (and most guidebooks), is a UNESCO City of Gastronomy, where distinctive food melds Thai, Chinese, and Muslim influences.

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Chef Jim Ophorst hops aboard an electric buggy and quietly motors inland. His kitchen team arrives soon after him on a fleet of bicycles and buggies. Phuket’s morning sun shimmers on the surface of a pond and lights up the deep green of the surrounding forest.

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