Chiang Mai (Thai: เชียงใหม่, pronounced [t͡ɕʰīaŋ.màj] ( listen); Lanna: ᨩ᩠ᨿᨦᩉᩲ᩠ᨾ᩵, pronounced [tɕiaŋ.màj]) is the second-largest province (changwat) of Thailand. It is in the country's north. It is bordered by Chiang Rai to the northeast, Lampang and Lamphun to the south, Tak to the southwest, Mae Hong Son to the west, and Shan State of Burma to the north. The capital, Chiang Mai, is 685 km north of Bangkok.
Things to do in Chiang Mai Province
4.5 based on 693 reviews
Last night in Chiang mai and this restaurant lived up to its excellent reviews. The Staff are professional yet friendly and genuinely wish to serve. My husband is always wary ordering steak overseas but tonight’s was well with it cooked perfect and not tough. The duck was yum and always leave room for French desserts. It is a bit pricey but you get what you pay for and I would prefer to pay a bit more for excellent service and food. Would have rated this a 5 but the choice of wine by the glass saddened me as I am having withdrawls for a good glass of savi b.
4.5 based on 204 reviews
My Place Lounge Sports Bar & Restaurant is in the heart of Chiang Mai. We serve quality western food including Burgers, Philly Cheesesteaks, Panini, flatbread pizza, breakfast, classic sandwiches, salads, Buffalo Wings, Jalapeno Poppers. Our bar has one of the largest selection of liquor in Chiang Mai, including Local Thai Craft Beer & Imported Craft Beer. We show live Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), English Premier League (EPL), American Football(NFL), Formula 1 (F1), MotoGP, NBA, NCAA, Boxing, Rugby, Australia sports (NRL, AFL, Rugby Union), Six Nations, and all other sporting events. Multiple High Definition TV's showing different games simultaneously. Our staff speaks English, and provides attentive and honest service. We open everyday at 8am with our full menu.
I've been to Chiang Mai countless times since 2009 and there's always been a bar and/or restaurant for everything but very few that tick a couple of boxes. Then, just recently, I discovered MyPlace bar/restaurant/pool-bar/sports-bar and what can I say - ticks all the boxes, except that of being a sleazy-girl-bar, so couples, girls, everyone can feel comfortable there.
The staff are really friendly and attentive without being pushy in any way, including the owner who's almost always there and has a very welcoming presence (and is a great conversationalist too)! The food is delicious and inexpensive with a mainly Western casual dining menu and some Thai dishes. The pool table's a proper 3/4 one (maybe not precisely, but close enough) and there's always someone to have a game or three with, even if you go there alone. The same for having a chat - the regulars are a friendly and fun bunch.
Then there are the big screens for most major international sports and the owner really aims to please various customers. That said, it's by no means a rowdy sports bar and when I've been there several times not watching the sports of the screens, I've enjoyed hanging out in the bar just as much.
MyPlace is definitely NOT a boring-quiet restaurant-bar but there are tons of those in Chiang Mai.
To sum up, it's really the best bar-restaurant in Chiang Mai and just a really great place for everyone except the rude and/or non-peaceful types. (Oh, and they accept major cards for orders over 500Baht... very convenient!).
4.5 based on 329 reviews
Thai and international restaurant Although Thai cuisine is well-known internationally, Chiang Mai retains its own local specialities, many of which can be sampled in Fueng Fah restaurant. Our all-day dining venue hosts a popular breakfast buffet and in the evening, the lights dim to showcase the preparation of both local fare and international favourites. Fueng Fah is located on the hotel’s first floor and serves à la carte Thai and international cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The restaurant is designed with wooden elements to emulate the style of a local shop in a Lanna market.
We went there today and walked straight out after seeing the menu...
It really reminded us of the Thai restaurants you get in China, the dishes look a lot more like Chinese food than Thai. Almost everything in the menu were soups... Not what you want to eat in this hot weather...
4.5 based on 610 reviews
My number is +66 7133493..( is 3 months I try to change put the company don't do ) ... SLOW FOOD - I am an Italian cooker who loves to cook and I decide to cook for a few people only so I can concentrate on every single dish.Small menu which I like to serve every single dishes. Kitchen close around 9:30 PM. Simone The restaurant is very small.
The cutest restaurant I have been to so far in Chiang Mai. Amazing Italian food and an awesome staff. Small kitchen is right in the dining area. Takes time but that’s why the food is so amazing. Live music and cutest owners, get here early though not many tables!
4.5 based on 669 reviews
Me and my boyfriend came in for lunch and had a wonderful experience. He staff are very friendly and helpful.
I had the mixed fruit shake which was absolutely incredible! So big for not much money and ridiculously refreshing.
My boyfriend had the banana and peanut milkshake which was basically a dessert it was incredible!
The food was lovely too- good portions. If you are not used to spice then even the medium spice is very spicy so be warned!
Not an expensive lunch and a lovely atmosphere.
5 based on 1 reviews
We don't serve fast food at our small, non-airconditioned restaurant. Sandwich, salad and breakfast restaurant serving locally-sourced coffee beans and fresh fruit for smoothies. Our bagels and baguettes are made by a bakery to our high standards and we make our own yoghurt. Use of high quality ingredients and skillful techniques gives you the taste of fine-dining without the fine-dining price. Find out where the flavour is hiding!
A friend and I came here for lunch and it was safe to say it’s one of the best meals I’ve had on our trip so far. I had the California chicken Sandwich on baguette which had avocado, cheese, mustard and seasoned chicken. The meat was exceptional, you can tell it’s real and not some sort of deli meat that is often served in Thailand. The bread was soft and fresh as well. The staff were attentive and always made sure to top up our free water!
I can’t say enough positive things about this place. I’ll be back for sure!
5 based on 3 reviews
Romantic french restaurant with a lovely indoor dining room. We are open for dinner from Monday to Saturday from 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm
We were trying to find a nice restaurant in Chiang Mai as we have a baby. David’s kitchen is certainly a hidden gem. The dishes are great and the atmosphere is amazing. We met David during dinner too.
5 based on 1 reviews
Authentic and Simple Israeli Restaurant with home style cooking straight from the holy land for people who want good food made from the heart. All our dishes are prepared from scratch using the freshest ingredients. (Gluten-free)
It's a small pop & mom shop rather than a restaurant. Humus and falafel were tasty but servings small. Menu is very basic, as is the food and physical environment. Bearing all these in mind, it's not cheap.
4.5 based on 352 reviews
Thai restaurant and coffee shop in Chiang Mai<br>_____________________________________________<br><br> - Breakfast<br> - Thai Cuisine<br> - Thai Dessert (Mango Sticky Rice)<br> - Coffee And Drink<br> - Smoothie <br> - Fruit Shake<br> - Cake<br><br>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> WELCOME <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
We went here for a quick lunch and coffee stop and were super happy we came here. Very tranquil atmosphere, small place with only a few tables. Air con inside, nice patio in the shade outside. Curry was phenomenal and iced coffee was presented beautifully and great taste. We will be back!
4.5 based on 107 reviews
We found this cafe online and were not disappointed! It’s like having a breakfast cocktail without the alcohol and is outclassed with amazingly brewed coffee. The flavours are all paired up so well and thoroughly thought out! Some might even think they wouldn’t work! Do not judge until you try! We went back each morning we where in Chiang Mai and tried different coffees each time. While enjoying the coffee in the graph cafe, we were told about graph table (around the corner) but didn’t quite manage to get in for food. We did however see the menu and again would highly recommend if in town! You can also enjoy the same coffee menu there! The cafe is small, so it’s not something you’d want to try arrange if in bigger groups! We will be back !!
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