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Chiang Mai Old City

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Akha Ama cafe opened in 2010 and is a cosy cafe down a hidden soi in the Santitham area, north of the Old City. There is an air conditioned indoor area and a leafy outdoor area, shaded by trees. The cafe works as a social enterprise, so the coffee farmers are given a fair wage and all profits go back to the village that grows the beans. Most of the staff and the founder of Akha Ama come from the hill tribe village and are very knowledgeable about coffee. The cafe as well as the founder, Lee Ayu, have become quite famous in Thailand and on weekends and public holidays

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  • Opening Hours: 8:00 - 18:00 (closed Wednesday)
  • Location: 9/1 Mata Apartment, Hassadhisawee Road, Soi 3 Chang Phuak
  • Tel: +66 (0)86 915 8600
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Antique House

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A riverside setting, atmospheric interiors and tasty Thai dishes are what keep diners coming back to Antique House. Overlooking the Ping River, the al fresco dining terrace offers a casual, relaxing feel. The first branch in the city centre (Charoen-Prathet Road, opposite Wat Gate) is housed inside an old teakwood house, offering the classic northern Thai ambience with low tables and ceiling fans. Recommended dishes include boneless snake-head fish and steamed chicken Antique House style.

  • Opening Hours: 10:00-midnight
  • Location: Charoen-Prathet Road (1st branch), Chiang Mai-Lamphun Highway (2nd branch)
  • Tel: +66 (0)53 27 6810 (1st branch), +66 (0)53 240 270 (2nd branch)
  • Cuisine: Thai
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Aum vegetarian restaurant is a long running vegetarian institution opposite Thapae Gate, but it’s hard to spot since most of the restaurant is located on the first floor. The door to the restaurant is set back from the pavement and is wooden and glass with a simple sign on the door and a large picture menu next to the door. When you enter you will be directed upstairs which has a variety of low tables and cushions on the floor and a nice view of Thapae gate. There are also some normal sized tables on the ground floor.

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  • Opening Hours: 10:30 – 20:30
  • Location: 65 Moon Muang Road, Old City, Chiang Mai
  • Tel: +66(0) 5327 8315
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Asama Cafe is a small coffee shop with a great view of Doi Suthep Mountain. It is about a 15 minute drive from the old city and hidden in a gated community. It is hard to find but worth it if you are looking for hidden gem. The cafe itself is one small room with four stools and a large, shiny, imported coffee machine. There are more seats in the outdoor area, including a two person swinging bench, which overlook a pond and the mountain.

While Asama Cafe is far from the Old City of Chiang Mai it is worth the journey for coffee enthusiasts. Asama’s owner Mook is one Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 8:00 -16:00 (closed 1st and 15th day of the month)
  • Location: 122/128 Chiang Mai Lakeland, Chiang Mai
  • Tel: +66 815305388
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Asma

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This modest shop-house restaurant is where to go for the best Indian food in town. While the interior décor is nothing to write home about, the food will leave you wanting to come back again and again. The menu covers a wide range of Indian, Muslim and Thai fare, including Tandoori chicken, masalas, curries, dal and a range of breads. For the price and quality of food, Asma will not disappoint.

  • Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 11:30-14:00 (lunch), 17:00-20:00 (dinner)
  • Location: 248 Maneenoparat Road
  • Tel: +66 (0)53 404 506
  • Cuisine: Indian, Arabic, Halal, buffet
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Bays Café Chiang Mai focuses on making coffee using the pour over method so there is no machine, just an impressive display of drip coffee devices for you to watch your coffee brew. Bays Cafe is attached to a restaurant called Food4Thought and they share a large open air area in a relaxing garden. There is a roof and indoor area to sit in, or you can sit at the coffee bar with barista Bay himself.

Bays Cafe has a small menu of different coffee selections - hot or iced americanos or lattes (between 65 and 85 Baht), but Bays also imports a lot of different beans from around the Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 07:30 - 20:00 (closed Sunday and Monday)
  • Location: 15/5 Moo 1, Soi Sudjai, off Canal road, Chang Phuak
  • Tel: +66 (0) 86 673 4853
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Beccofino

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Bringing the taste of Napoli to the North of Thailand, native Italian chef, Angelo Rotelli takes great pleasure in producing homemade delights and pizzas in his custom-made wood burning pizza oven at this popular restaurant. Guests can choose to dine inside amid the quaint décor which feature a Venetian wall mural or on the outdoor terrace, overlooking a tree-lined lane. The daily appetizer buffet is well worth checking out.
Cuisine: Pasta, salads and Italian style pizzas

  • Opening Hours: Lunch 11:30-14:30 and Dinner 18:00-22:30
  • Address: 20/2 Soi 7, Nimmanhaemin Road
  • Tel: +66 53 226 590-2
  • Cuisine: Pasta, salads and Italian style pizzas
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Chiang Mai’s Old Town is littered with places to eat ranging from upscale antique laden eateries, to generous portions of street food for next to nothing to fine European cuisine. Catering to all budgets and preferences it is generally regarded as a great place to eat out, with most places occupying both indoor and al fresco areas, for the most part they all are charming venues with original décor concepts. This is also a great place to find lean cuisine with many of the cafes dealing only in organic produce bought fresh that day from the market. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 09:30 to 20:00 every day
  • Address: Singharat Soi 3, Chiang Mai, Thailand
  • Tel: +66 87 177 4940
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Bubbles Live

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A sweet little café that does fantastic sandwiches made with fresh bread and salad. The quirky décor will definitely catch your eye with a concept looking like a pop music video meets children’s TV program.

  • Opening Hours: 08:00-22:00
  • Address: 5 Ratchamanka Road, Soi 2
  • Tel: +66 (0) 53 208203
  • Cuisine: Coffee and Sandwiches
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Cafe de Naga

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The in-house bakery serves up fresh baked bakery-pastry items and homemade jam. The restaurant has a selection of fresh baked items, snacks, freshly brewed coffee, juices, variety of smoothies and homemade ice creams. In addition it serves and enticing selection of international favourites, famous Thai dishes and local flair.

Specialties included famous curry noodle (khao soy), Vietnamese spring rolls, roasted duck curry and sweet sticky rice with fresh mango. Visitors should also note that the café has free WiFi making it an all-the-more-pleasant place to sit and chill out.

  • Opening Hours: 11:00-23:00
  • Address: 21 Soi 2 Ratchamanka
  • Tel: +66 (0) - 53 209030
  • Cuisine: Western and Thai
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Café de Baan Kerr

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All cuisine is served on Lanna Thai dishes amid sensational antique furniture either in the warm air of the courtyard setting or the cooler choice of indoors. All recipes are taken from traditional Lanna-style dishes which are well suited to the colonial house venue in which the boutique hotel and restaurant are housed.

  • Opening Hours: 17:00-23:00
  • Address: 156 Wualai Road
  • Tel: +66 (0) 53 273174
  • Cuisine: Thai
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Charlie’s Fish and Chips

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An unusual encounter of a taste of England in the heart of Chiang Mai can be found at this converted garage-cum-courtyard where Blackpool-born Charlie serves English-style fish and chips. Loi Kroh Road has a few flyers with directions along the street, it’s easily found and well worth looking for.

  • Opening Hours: 12:30-20:30
  • Address: Located between Kotchasarn Road Lane 1 and Loi Kroh Road, close to Kampaengdin Road. Loi Kroh Road – Kampaengdin Lane 1
  • Tel: 086 9162418
  • Cuisine: Fish and Chips
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Charcoa

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A gorgeous restaurant that will charm your socks off, both in setting and menu choices. The Thai dishes are delicious and spiced up to your preference, while the pad thai has been labeled as one of the best in Chiang Mai by customers. The courtyard-cum-garden setting is impossibly romantic and nicely secluded. Breakfast comes highly recommended as does the hotel to which it is attached.

  • Opening Hours: 08:00-21:30
  • Address: 4 Soi .1 Sripoom Road
  • Tel: +66 (0) 53-212681
  • Cuisine: Thai and International
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Chez Marco

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A cute restaurant set among the bars of the Loh Kroh area, its French trained Chef, Marco, can be observed in his kitchen making the magic happen. Dishes include tapas selections and typical French fare including roasted zucchini salad, pan-seared red snapper and duck breast with sautéed apples, escargot, tuna carpaccio and shrimp bisque. The wine list perfectly accompanies the textured dishes. A great pull of this restaurant are the flexible closing hours. After a great meal you are welcome to sit and finish off a few bottles of wine in pleasant surroundings.

  • Opening Hours: 5:00 till late.
  • Address: 80/1 Loy Kroh Rd
  • Tel: + 66 (0)86 1810690
  • Cuisine: French Mediterranean
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Chocolate Fact

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Chocolate candles or scent anyone? Chocolate Fact, as you might imagine, is all about chocolate and the different products that can be formed from the faithful cocoa plant. Besides these novel treats you can get variations of chocolate cakes and drinks, the owner’s signature creation is a chocolate heart cake which is a heated, soft pastry with a chocolate filling, drenched in cranberry sauce and served with a side of peach and blueberries

  • Opening Hours: 09:00-20:00
  • Address: Walking Street
  • Tel: +66 (0) 53 289245
  • Cuisine: Chocolate, chocolate and more chocolate…
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Cooking Love restaurant is a hard to find Thai restaurant serving a large variety of freshly cooked vegetarian dishes. Located down a small soi off the Sunday Walking Street, Cooking Love restaurant has a large yellow sign and some plants in the front but is not easy to notice if you are not looking for it. The restaurant is in a shop house and simply decorated with two rooms and an outdoor area. Guests are kindly asked to remove their shoes before entering. Cooking Love has recently expanded to seat guests in the BB Mantra hotel opposite their restaurant for more room. You can order at the hotel and the Read More...

  • Opening Hours: Daily 8:00 – 15:00 and 17:00 – 23:00
  • Location: 18/7 Rachadamnoen Road, Soi 1
  • Tel: +66 (0) 922 786 509
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Cote Jardin

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All dishes at this relaxed French restaurant are chalked onto a board and change daily, past specials have included goat’s cheese and bacon salad, chef’s homemade pâté , venison stew, lamb couscous, duck confit and salmon steak. This is a totally cool and relaxed venue, with a garden/courtyard style setting in which you actually feel like you could be in France.

  • Opening Hours: 16:00-23:00
  • Address: 15/1 Ratchamanka Road, Soi 2
  • Tel: +66 (0) 86 273 8675
  • Cuisine: French
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Country café

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The Country Café offers a wide selection of cakes, pastries and cookies along with assorted teas, filtered Arabica coffees and fruit smoothies. Beyond the great sweets and aromatic coffee the profusion of plants in the outdoor seating area makes for a great setting, regardless of the time day.

  • Address: 2/7 Nimmanhaemin Soi 3
  • Tel: +66 (0) 53-220412
  • Cuisine: Cakes and Coffee
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Dada Kafe

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Fruit shakes and lassies made from organic bio fruits are just two of the delights on this organically based menu, featuring both Thai and international food made from the freshest ingredients. This is also a great place to meet people, with a lot of travelers turning up for breakfast.

  • Opening Hours: 08:00-22:00
  • Address: Ratchamanka Road, Soi 4
  • Tel: +66 (0) 81 0084240
  • Cuisine: Organic
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Dash Restaurant and Bar in Chiang Mai draws in big crowds even though it is located down a small lane in a quiet part of the old town. The setting is perfect: a beautiful wooden house with doors open onto a small patio, and tasty Thai food that suits all palates. Add to this the live band that plays in the evenings and they really have a winning combination.

Dash is located on Moon Muang Road, around a five minute walk from Tha Pae Gate. If you’re not familiar with Chiang Mai’s winding back lanes then it’s best to take a map. The restaurant is open every day from 9:00 Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 09:00 – 00:00
  • Address: Muang Road Soi 3, Mueang Chiang Mai District, Chiang Mai
  • Tel: +66 53 279 230
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Doppio Ristr8to is widely considered to be the best coffee shop in Chiang Mai. The owner worked for many years in Australia, won awards for his latte art and brought back the secret skills of good coffee to Chiang Mai. The shop on Nimmanhaemin Road is very small with lots of low tables, and is always full. It has an indoor area that is air conditioned and lots of outdoor seating in the sun. Doppio Ristr8to isn’t the type of cafe to sit hours in, and people often come to drink their coffee, take photos and then leave.

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El Diablo's

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This burrito joint could be easily missed if you’re not looking for it. Offering a range of generously sized burritos packed with fresh ingredients of your choice. Free chips and dips are served up to those who just fancy a drink and a light snack.

  • Address: Corner of Kotchosan and Chang Moi Road (Next door to Mike's Burgers)
  • Tel: +66 (0) 81672 1187
  • Cuisine: Burritos
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El Toro

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El Toro features a large menu consisting of tortillas and salsa made daily, along with tacos, nachos, guacamole, burritos, enchiladas, tostadas, flautas, tostitos, fajitas, quesadillas and chimi changers, served with salsa fresca and salad. Definitely a place to head if your head is feeling bigger than your stomach; no doubt, a frozen pitcher of margarita will see you leaving the establishment suitably 'borracho'.

  • Opening Hours: Lunch 11:00 – 14:00 and Dinner 17:00 – 22:00 closed Mondays
  • Address: 24/5 Loi Kroh Road
  • Tel: +66 (0) 53 273 574
  • Cuisine: Mexican
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Free Bird Cafe is a colourful cafe just outside the city moat on a street corner. Their menu is extensive and has a mixture of Thai, Burmese and western dishes as well as coffee and fruit smoothies. Recommended dishes include Burmese tea leaf salad (60 Baht) and the banana, peanut butter and chocolate smoothie (80 Baht) ad a large portion of Khao Soi (100 Baht), and all dishes are made using ingredients sourced from local vendors and producers...

Free Bird Cafe is more than just a cafe, it is actually part of Thai Freedom House: social enterprise offering education, livelihood skills and English language skills to Burmese migrants and refugees. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 9:00 - 17:00 (Closed Sunday and Monday)
  • Location: 116 Maneenoparat Road
  • Tel: +66 (0) 81 028 5383
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Fern Forest Cafe is located on a small residential street in Chiang Mai’s old town. It is not immediately obvious as you walk past, with the sign hidden amongst foliage, which makes you feel like you have stumbled upon a well-kept secret. The cafe tends to be quiet on weekdays and a Thai favourite in the early evenings and at weekends, but it always retains its relaxed vibe. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 08:30 to 20:30 every day
  • Address: Singharat Rd., Soi 4, Si Phum Sub-district, Mueang District, Chiang Mai
  • Tel: +66 (0)53 416 204
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Huen Phen restaurant is famous for its Khao Soi noodle soup dish. During lunch times this is the main dish that Huen Phen serves, but they also have a range of other traditional snacks and Northern dishes such as jackfruit salad and sticky rice (40 Baht), and ‘Aeb Pla’ fish grilled with sweet basil and wrapped in a banana leaf (50 Baht). Because Huen Phen restaurant is well known it can be quite busy with Thai and foreign guests during lunch hours so be prepared to wait or arrive early. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 8:30 – 16:00 and 17:00 – 22:00 daily
  • Location: 112 Rachamankha Road
  • Tel: +66 (0) 538 145 48
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Juicy 4 U

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All juices and sandwiches are freshly prepared here at Juicy 4 U, a vegetarian restaurant and juice bar. Very popular with travelers who appreciate some wholesome fare and food that hasn’t spent the past 20 minutes in a frying pan. An important thing to note about this place is that it is considered to have the best veggie burger in Chiang Mai. Lovely staff and cheery décor make this is a good choice for breakfast or lunch.

  • Opening Hours: 08:00-20:00
  • Address: 5 Ratchamanka
  • Cuisine: Vegetarian Restaurant
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Khan Toke Dinner at Old Chiang Mai Cultural Center

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While not a must-do, you might want to try a khan toke dinner at least once when in Chiang Mai. At the Old Chiang Mai Cultural Center, the setup is highly elaborate – from the elegant teakwood room decked out in ethnic Lanna style to the round teak tray containing nine side dishes to the sitting arrangement on the floor – all designed to re-enact the original khan toke experience. A cultural show, featuring ethnic hill-tribe dances, finger-nail dance and folk music performances, accompany the dining experience.

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Khao Soi Khun Yai is a popular restaurant famous for its Khao Soi dish. It is very popular and often busy so be prepared to wait for a seat and your meal. The Khao Soi with chicken is 30 Baht (or 35 Baht for the large portion) and cooked with an authentic recipe including coconut milk. You can also order it with pork or beef. As well as Khao Soi there are a few other noodle dishes available including rice noodles in a clear soup, Ba Mee noodles and a spicy noodle soup. There are also 15 Baht iced juice drinks with the choice of lotus root, longan or guava

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  • Opening Hours: 10:00 - 14:00 (closed Sundays)
  • Location: Sripoom Road, directly after Sripoom soi 8
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Khao Soi Islam is a popular local Khao Soi restaurant close to the river, Warowot Market and Chiang Mai’s Mosque. It is run by Muslim Thai’s and serves a variety of Southern Thai dishes that have a Muslim influence. Khao Soi is the most popular dish at Khao Soi Islam but other popular dishes include the Thai style dumplings, beef massaman curry and a plate of chicken satay that come with a thick peanut sauce.

While the staff at Khao Soi Islam speak limited English, there is an English and Chinese menu available and food is often served with a smile. The restaurant has a wooden exterior but inside is Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 8:00 - 17:00
  • Location: 22-24 Soi 1, Charoenprathet Road, Changklan
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Khao Soi Wulai is a Thai favourite when it comes to Khao Soi. Located halfway along the winding Wulai Road (which is also the Saturday Walking Street Road) the restaurant is a popular place with locals for Khao Soi but relatively unknown to tourists visiting Chiang Mai. Khao Soi Wulai has a simple sign in Thai language and the restaurant interior is also simple, with wooden tables and stools. You will notice it because it’s the only restaurant that is open to the road and full of people.
usually very full with people

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  • Opening Hours: 9:00 - 15:00
  • Location: Wulai Road, Chiang Mai
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Kiat Num

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Popular with Chiang Mai’s well-heeled set, expect to pay a bit more for a good meal here. Serving up Thai food and some Western favourites including German pork loin and pasta dishes, Kiat Num certainly has the edge with its espresso bar. Kiat Num promises a great atmosphere, great food and great service.

  • Opening Hours: 10:00-22:00
  • Address: 12 Nimmanhaemin Road, Soi 11
  • Tel: +66 53 218 530
  • Cuisine: Thai
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Koh Lanta Pizzeria

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In the likely event that a day of exploration in and around Chiang Mai leaves you slightly exhausted and unable to move from the bed, pick up the phone and get the guys over at Koh Lanta to pop over with a wood-baked pizza. With branches in Bangkok and Krabi, this popular chain is favoured for its wood-fired oven baked pizzas that can be topped off with ingredients of your choice.

  • Opening Hours: 11:30-22:00
  • Address: Nimmanhaemin Soi 5
  • Tel: 089 632 6223
  • Cuisine: Pastas, salads, steaks and pizzas.
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La Lantera di Genova

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Open for more than five years now, the restaurant is named after the world's oldest lighthouse in Genova, Italy. This is a distinguished eatery and contrary to its humble appearance the food here is exemplary. Set in a homely shop house, the restaurant’s décor in no way reflects the standard of food on the menu, but isn’t that often the case with great restaurants?
And this is all authentic to the core; each dish is prepared by the Genovese-born chef with no single item mixed with produce from another country, therefore all the foods are 'pure' Italian.

  • Opening Hours: 10:00-22:00
  • Address: 31 Ratchadamnoen Road
  • Tel: +66 (0) 53 278973
  • Cuisine: Italian
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La Terrasse is a French bistro restaurant in Chiang Mai owned by a French father and his son. The restaurant is small and cosy with indoor and outdoor seating so it is advised to make a reservation for large groups or when visiting during high tourist season. La Terrasse has an authentic feel to it and you may feel like you are in a Paris bistro. While the restaurant used to be on Loi Kroh Road, they moved in 2015 to a new premises just around the corner and are now located on the moat road, offering a nice view of Chiang Mai's old city moat. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 17:00 – last customers (Closed Sundays)
  • Location: 69 Kotchasarn Road
  • Tel: +66 83 762 6065
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Lemongrass restaurant serves traditional Thai cuisine and caters mainly for tourists. Located on Loi Kroh road, Lemongrass has indoor and outdoor seating and its walls are covered with kind words and recommendations from previous customers. After your meal you can also write a comment on the walls – all languages are welcomed. Lemongrass restaurant is easy to see as it has a big yellow sign on the street, and it is always full around dinner time.

The menu offers all the Thai favourites from rich curries and fried rice to spicy soups and fried spring rolls. The most popular dishes at Lemongrass restaurant are Tom Kha (a coconut milk and Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 16:00 -00:00
  • Location: Loi Kroh road, (just after the Royal Lanna Hotel) Chiang Mai
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Mokador Coffee Shop

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Mokodor deals in cakes, sandwiches and general snacks but it is a place to head primarily for the Italian Coffee. It’s a superb place to begin the day outside on the terrace with a cup of Italy’s finest aromatic coffee.

  • Opening Hours: 08:00-18:00
  • Address: Samlan Road
  • Tel: +66 (0) 53 814806
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Overstand Café Chiang Mai offers breakfast, brunch and lunch, as well as expertly made coffee. While you might not notice the cafe from a distance, it is one of Chiang Mai’s favourite cafes for expats and tourists. The cafe is set in a converted shophouse and decorated in grey and black with lots of plants at the entrance. There are 5 small tables, a large table that customers can share and a sofa to relax on. The staff are very friendly and greet you with a smile when you arrive.

Overstand Café Chiang Mai is located along a small soi close to Thapae gate in the Old City and closes Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 8:00 - 14:00 (closed Tuesday)
  • Location: 19/3 Rachamankra Road soi 2, old city, Chiang Mai
  • Tel: +66 (0)95 323 7360
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Pasta Café

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The setting of a converted bungalow makes for a romantic stage on which to enjoy homemade pasta and salad dishes on offer here. Some of the kitchen staff trained at the Mandarin Oriental Bangkok, so expect the food to be up to scratch. Dishes include Caesar salad with cos lettuce, croutons, crispy bacon and parmesan with Caesar dressing and roasted chicken. For something more wholesome try a pasta dish, the panne arrabbiata is especially good.

  • Opening Hours: Lunch 11:30-14:00 and Dinner 18:00-23:00
  • Address: 21 Nimmanhaemin Road, Soi 5
  • Tel: +66 53 357 310
  • Cuisine: Pastas and salads
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Having afternoon tea in the garden or on the terrace of Raming Tea house is an enjoyable way to end a busy day exploring Chiang Mai. This pretty teak house was renovated in 2002 and now houses a shop for Siam Celadon, the famous pale green pottery, baked and glazed in northern Thailand. Towards the back of the shop you will find the Raming Tea House and garden where you can enjoy the peace and quiet and a cup of tea. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 09:30 until 18:00 daily
  • Address: 158 Tha Pae Rd, Chiang Mai
  • Tel: +66 (053) 234 518
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The Restaurant at the Anantara Chiang Mai Resort offers breakfast, lunch and dinner to both hotel guests and visitors from outside the hotel. The Restaurant offers a fine dining experience at one of Chiang Mai’s finest five-star hotels. The outside area has riverside views of Chiang Mai and is a great place to spend sunset. The inside area has a mix of tables and booths to sit in and large glass windows so guests can still see the river and garden area.

The menu at The Restaurant offers a range of starters and an international cuisine focusing on Indian and Western dishes. There are hot and cold starters starting at Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 6:30 – 22:30
  • Location: Anantara Chiang Mai Resort, 123-123/1 Charoen Prathet Road, Changklan, Chiang Mai 50100
  • Tel: +66 53 253 333
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Salad Concept

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This is the place to head if you want to have a substantial dish while keeping the calories down. The Salad Concept serves up a large selection of salads with homemade dressings, compact with wholesome ingredients that are hydroponically grown and pesticide free. The drinks menu features good coffee and an array of fruit-based smoothie drinks.

Owned by two sisters, the idea for the café arouse after their father was struck by cancer and subsequently restored his health through a radical change in his diet, the girls applied their culinary skills with his knowledge and with that we have the Salad Concept.

  • Opening Hours: 11:00 – 22:00
  • Address: Nimmanhaemin Road, Soi 13
  • Tel: +66 53 894 455
  • Cuisine: Pastas and salads
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The Service 1921 is a classy bar and restaurant on the grounds of the Anantara Chiang Mai Resort in Chiang Mai. The land and building was originally built in 1921 by the British government and was the first location of the British consulate in Chiang Mai. It is no longer the consulate but the building has kept its stylish British interior.

The outside of the building looks like a simple elegant Thai building with a large shallow pool in front. The inside of the restaurant is decorated to reflect the buildings past, with dark teak tables, a large book shelf and low lighting for a secretive feel – think James Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 11:30 – 01:00
  • Location: Anantara Chiang Mai Resort, 123-123/1 Charoen Prathet Road, Changklan, Chiang Mai 50100
  • Tel: +66 53 253 333
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Su Casa

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Tucked away off Nimmanhaemin Road, the restaurant is set in a converted 70's house occupying a cosy space with an outdoor terrace surrounded by greenery. Serving up Mediterranean treats and tapas, the wine list is well matched to the menu.

The décor is homely while still retaining a classic elegance; the general atmosphere is one of being a home-away-from-home.

Taking advantage of the quality and freshness of produce found in Northern Thailand, the menu constantly changes while keeping the core principles of texture and flavor at the helm. Typical dishes include estofado de Cordero (lamb stew w/mushrooms) and aceitunas marinadas (marinated queen olives).

  • Opening Hours: Lunch 11:30-14:00 and Dinner 18:00-22:00, closed Sundays
  • Address: 28 Nimmanhaemin Road, Soi 11
  • Tel: +66 53 810 088
  • Cuisine: Tapas bar
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Taste From Heaven is a popular vegetarian and vegan restaurant in Chiang Mai serving breakfasts and a variety of Thai and Western dishes. The restaurant is mostly visited by travellers since it is located in a touristy area in the picturesque Old City. The portion servings are large and many customers come back again during their stay. Recommended dishes include the pineapple fried rice (which is served in an actual pineapple) starting at 70 Baht, spring rolls (75 Baht), fried morning glory (75 Baht) and deep fried banana (70 Baht). Taste from heaven also has a range of fresh fruit smoothies, tea, coffee and kombucha available. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 9:00 -22:00 (Wed 9:00 -21:00)
  • Location: 34/1 Ratchamanka Road, Old City
  • Tel: +66 (0) 89 951 1167
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The Art Café

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Serving up delicious, well-sized dishes from around the globe, you can take your pick from Mexican, Italian and Thai food. Few dishes exceed 250 baht so it is all fairly reasonably priced and is set in pleasant surroundings with both indoor and outdoor seating.

  • Opening Hours: 08:00-23:00
  • Address: 291 Thapae Road
  • Tel: (+66) 53 206 365
  • Cuisine: Thai and International
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Located on the corner of Ratchapakinai road in the old city, this modern restaurant serves a incredible range of Thai and international food, perfect for lunch or a light evening meal. The restaurant really stands out in this part of town because of its modern structure. However, by keeping the design sleek and simple it adds another dimension to the surroundings, which include antique wooden buildings on the restaurant grounds. As well as the main restaurant which is housed inside the glasshouse, there is also a large covered veranda and a small selection of comfy seats on the front lawn. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 11:00 – 21:00 daily
  • Address: 169 Ratchapakinai Road T. Sripoom, Muang , Chiang Mai, Thailand 50200
  • Tel: +66 53 418 118
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The Gigantea

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Ran by husband-and-wife team Montree and Hiromi-san, the couple bring authentic Japanese dishes, including sushi and sashimi, to Chiang Mai. The most telling testimony of this restaurant and the calibre of its food is the number of Japanese expatriates who eat here.

  • Opening Hours: Lunch 11:00 – 14:00 and Dinner 17:00 – 22:00 closed Mondays.
  • Address: 300 Chang moi Road
  • Tel: +66 (0)53 233 464
  • Cuisine: Japanese
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The House - Restaurant and Tapas Bar

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If you feel like splashing out when in Chiang Mai then this is definitely a place you should thing about going to. World class in terms of design, service and food, it is a stunning restaurant experience. The overriding antique vibe is enhanced by the eclectic combination of textures, colour and hand-painted Chinese antique furniture.

  • Opening Hours: 18:00-22:30
  • Address: 199 Moon Muang Road
  • Tel: +66 (0) 53 419014
  • Cuisine: Thai and International
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The Pub

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West of the Amari Rincome Hotel, this is a very reputable English-style pub with a great selection of imported beers and good food. Coverage of all major live sporting meetings and extensive parking.

  • Opening Hours: 07:00-24:00
  • Address: 189 Huay kaew Road
  • Tel: +66 (0) 53 211 550
  • Cuisine: Thai and International
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The Salsa Kitchen

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Daily trips to the local market ensure all the produce turned out at the Salsa Kitchen is as fresh as possible. With walls in that all-too-common Chiang Mai orange, the restaurant is warm, well lit and reasonably priced. It's the sort of place you might go with a group of friends, share a few dishes and pitchers of icy margaritas. Dishes on the menu include the usual tacos, salads and enchiladas as well as a selection of ribs and steaks.

  • Opening Hours: 11:00-23:00
  • Address: 26/4 Huay Kaew Road
  • Tel: +66 (0)53 211 550
  • Cuisine: Mexican
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Tong

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Tucked in a quiet soi (lane) just off the Nimmanhaemin artist strip, this open-air restaurant is one of the best places to sample tasty northern Thai cuisine in a pleasantly laid-back atmosphere. The extensive menu features a large variety of dishes whipped up from locally sourced vegetables and ingredients. The must-try dishes include kaeng hang le (northern Thai style curry), larb kua (fried minced park salad), deep-fried chicken wings and nam prik (chilli dips).

  • Opening Hours: 11:00-midnight
  • Location: Nimmanhemin Soi 13
  • Tel: 053 222 207
  • Cuisine: Northern Thai
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Tonio Creperie

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An important address for those with a sweet tooth, the crepes here literally melt in your mouth and are not as expensive as they should be, considering their size. This authentic creperie gives you a choice of fillers to accompany the huge crepes with everything from fresh fruits and cream to chocolate and bananas to curries.

  • Opening Hours: 16:00 – 24:00
  • Address: 19/3 Ratchamanka, Soi 2
  • Tel: +66 (0) 82 39033 29
  • Cuisine: Crepes
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U Chiang Mai

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Part of the U Chiang Mai Hotel, choose from the outdoor terrace seating that looks over Ratchadamern (the heart of the walking street market) or the air-conditioned interior which is equally as pleasant, especially if you been walking through the market prior to eating. The menu consists of local cuisine cooked using traditional methods and served in the finest tradition of Thai hospitality – with a smile.

  • Opening Hours: 17:00-23:00
  • Address: Ratchadamern Road
  • Tel: +66 (0) 53 419014
  • Cuisine: Thai
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Villa Duang

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Former guests of this hotel talk of a ‘love at first sight’ experience with the Villa Duan, a place with bottomless charm. The café is a great place sit and chill on a Sunday during the Walking Street Market, stopping in here for dinner or just a drink is a great opportunity to sit back in a gorgeous courtyard garden and observe the steady stream of shoppers floating on by. This is a true Chiang Mai gem, delightful in every sense of the word. The menu has both Thai and International dishes prepared from fresh and organic ingredients.

  • Opening Hours: 08:00-Midnight
  • Address: 82 Ratchadamern Road, Soi 6
  • Cuisine: Thai and International
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Week End Market Food and Dining

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The Weekend Market sees street vendors come out in their droves selling noodles, Pad Thai, kebabs, spring rolls and Thai desserts, this is some of the best food you will eat in Thailand and rightly so, the cheapest! Around Nimmanhaemin Road is an area that particularly caters to the epicurean needs of the expatriate community. French bakeries, European boutique style eateries and pizza joints pepper the streets while the Huay Kaew Road has a generous selection of both Asian and western eateries.

A standard concept in Thailand is to serve food at night venues, thus combining nightlife and dining. Therefore many places you might assume as being more for an after-dinner drink are also likely to be where you can dine while being entertained. Closer to the walled city there is also a good selection of dining options that will appease your taste buds at the end of the evening. Fish and chips or a burrito perhaps? It's all there…

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Chiang Mai’s Old Town is littered with places to eat ranging from upscale antique laden eateries, to generous portions of street food for next to nothing to fine European cuisine. Catering to all budgets and preferences it is generally regarded as a great place to eat out, with most places occupying both indoor and al fresco areas, for the most part they all are charming venues with original décor concepts. This is also a great place to find lean cuisine with many of the cafes dealing only in organic produce bought fresh that day from the market. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 11:00 until 22:00 with lunch 11:30 until 2:30 and dinner from 18:30 until 22:00
  • Address: 1 Chang Moi rd. Soi 2, Amphoe Muang, Chiang Mai Thailand 50300
  • Tel: +66 (0) 53 232328
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Yangzi Jiang

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The menu offers a wide selection of classic Chinese dishes, including dim sum, barbequed suckling pig and roasted Peking duck, as well as more exotic concoctions for the adventurous palate, such as steamed chicken feet with chilli sauce, Mexican abalone, Japanese scallops, and fish maw in rich broth. Prices are on the high side, but the quality of the cuisine makes it well worth it.

  • Opening Hours: Lunch 11:30-14:30 and Dinner 18:00-22:00
  • Address: 10 Nimmanhaemin Road, Soi 5
  • Tel: +66 53 225 313
  • Cuisine: Cantonese
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The Khantoke Dinner at the Old Chiang Mai Cultural Center is based around the traditional Thai dinner and dancing show. For the Khantoke dinner guests sit on bamboo mats on the floor and are served a range of northern Thai food to share with the table. The food includes a rich chicken curry and a Burmese style pork curry, fried chicken, sticky rice, vegetables with a spicy chilli dip and the northern delicacy of deep fried pork skin. While you sit and eat a variety of Traditional Thai dances are shown on stage including sword dancing and a popular drum performance. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 20:00 – 22:00
  • Location: 185/3 Thipanet Road
  • Tel: +66 53 202 9935
  • Price Range: starts from 520 baht
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