The Sunday Market is one of the most famous attractions of Chiang Mai. Every Sunday afternoon, a few main streets are blocked and invaded by merchants of all sorts and all provenances: clothing items, souvenirs, tapestries, artworks, jewelry, accessories, artisanal furnitures, decorations… and food. Not only it is invaded by colorful goods and people, but […]
It’s one of the most well-known (yet most tiny too) food markets of Chiang Mai. Located in the backpackers area, it daily attracts lots of locals and foreigners. You will find there fresh vegetables, fruit, fruit-shakes, spices, cooked chicken, fish, sweets, coffee and other food and drink goodies worth a try. And it’s cheap. Cooking […]
A few steps away from the Somphet Market, you will find a serie of small stands offering noodle soups, curries, donut bites, fried rice, meat balls, fruits… sometimes even rotee and gyozas. There’s anything for a quick, good (and extremely cheap) eat here. Count 25bht for a noodle soup, and between 30/45bht for curries/pad thais/fried […]
While going out in the Boon Yoo’s area, enjoy a deliciously rolled kebab with homemade tzatziki. Perfect prevention (or remedy) for hangovers.
This guy is usually sitting at the entrance of the Soi with his stand at night (not everyday, tough). In my humble opinion, he does the best brochettes & meat balls ever in Chiang Mai :p Ask for the spicy sauce on the chicken balls… Oh my!