Blar Blar Bar isan huge terrace/garden that offers thai food, thai beer and thai whisky in a quiet (and quite romantic) environment. There’s live music there (both thai & english rock). The card is big and full of goodies, and it’s mostly a place where locals go. The staff is friendly, too.
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 […]
This fancy thai restaurant often has a queue for the tables, even though the place is rather large! Reason is simple: the food is really excellent, there’s a level of delicacy and a rare sense of perfection into each plate. Although it’s a bit more expensive than the other usual thai places, it’s well worth […]
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 […]
Sudsanan is mostly a local hang out, in a lovely wooden house, opened on a terrace. Although it’s on the main street (Huay Kaew) it’s a perfect hideaway, sitting in a very quiet and green alley. They have entertaining live music too (both english & thai) and excellent thai food of course (you may try […]