The cost of food in Koh Phangan ranges from 30-40 units for Thai soup or regional food at a street stall to 500 units or even more at an elegant restaurant for fine dining. The best place for inexpensive food in Koh Phangan is Thong Sala, the island's main town, where many food carts are located particularly on Strange Street. In Thong Sala you will notice the usual grocery exchange where you can try a huge variety of dishes in general for Forty units, and along the way you meet the outlets along with chicken and rice.
Koh Phangan restaurants and eateries offer food in every style, and you can also enjoy dinner on the beach along with the cool breeze, sand between your toes and the glow of the starry sky overhead, whether regional, Italian, Mexican or other, including halal cuisine.
The Thais' love of food is irresistible, and combined with cheerful hospitality, dining at Koh Phangan is a true apogee of the retiree's skills. But keep in mind that if you're picky about good service, this is Thailand, not London. To set up food production, the island has a number of bazaars of fresh fruits and vegetables where you can buy food, supermarkets along with some international goods, cleaning products and so on.