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Thursday, 6 June 2013

Blue Vanilla, souvenirs & cafe, Fisherman's Village

In Fisherman's Village you can nowadays find 'Blue Vanilla', a souvenir & cafe place, run by Khun Ning. What sets Blue Vanilla apart from all other souvenir shops around the island is the fact  that you find unique souvenirs here, that aren't on offer anywhere else.

Blue Vanilla sign

The sign is calling you in

There are a lot of 'food' souvenirs that are nicely packed and allow you to bring something slightly different home , either as a gift or for yourself. Some samples will follow soon.

Blue Vanilla, side view

A side view of Blue Vanilla

The location of shop is also excellent, opposite our fave Italian restaurant on Samui; Juzza Pizza and it's opening times will allow you to have an early Italian dinner across the road and still get some shopping done. 
Blue Vanilla, frontal view

Frontal view

The cafe part is fairly low key but you get Nespresso coffe, tea, , a few beers, soft drinks and cakes, simple yet effective! All bakery goods are all home made and of great quality!

Blue Vanilla, interior

The very cosy interior

Blue Vanilla, tea and sweets

Tea and sweets

Various teas, sweets, Thai curry pastes, just to name a few can be found here and their unique packaging makes them stand out indeed. Browsing around the shop will reveal a few surprises, including exclusive vinegars and oils.

Blue Vanilla, Thai curry pastes

Fancy cooking a Thai curry? Here's the paste to start with

Blue Vanilla, driftwood art

Driftwood art and more sweets


Banoffee pie

When visiting Fisherman's Village, Blue Vanilla is a nice and relaxed spot to stop, have a drink and some cake, whilst browsing all the nice things on offer. Enjoy!

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Camille

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