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MICHELIN Chiangmai guide2020

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MICHELIN Chiangmai guide2020

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Michelin has just announced the extension of the MICHELIN Guide’s reach to Chiang Mai with the new edition: the MICHELIN Guide Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Phuket & Phang-Nga 2020 to be released at the end of 2019. The third edition of the MICHELIN Guide in Thailand showcases the country’s three unique and most vibrant regional food scenes—from the fertile central plains and the coastal south to the mountainous north.his the lists of Chiangmai Michelin gourmet
Meena Rice Based Cuisine 13/5 Moo 2, San Kamphaeng, Chiang Mai, 50130, Thailand Price~300 - 500 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Don’t be alarmed if your cab driver takes you through a rice field as this hidden gem will be well worth the trip. As its name suggests, this al fresco restaurant specialises in rice, alongside the chef’s new spins on Thai classics. Most dishes are garnished with edible flowers and fruits, giving them a colourful palette not commonly found elsewhere. Along with the must-try five-colour rice balls, there are plenty of other vegan options.
Meena Rice Based Cuisine
Meena Rice Based Cuisine 13/5 Moo 2, San Kamphaeng, Chiang Mai, 50130, Thailand Price~300 - 500 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Don’t be alarmed if your cab driver takes you through a rice field as this hidden gem will be well worth the trip. As its name suggests, this al fresco restaurant specialises in rice, alongside the chef’s new spins on Thai classics. Most dishes are garnished with edible flowers and fruits, giving them a colourful palette not commonly found elsewhere. Along with the must-try five-colour rice balls, there are plenty of other vegan options.
“Charoen Suan Aek” 37 Moo 8, Thawanan Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, Thailand Price~180 - 320 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Chef Charoen’s eponymous restaurant may be small and hidden in an alley in a residential area far from the city centre, but it has been well known and loved in the neighbourhood by both locals and visitors for a long time. Relying on indigenous, seasonal ingredients, Charoen’s northern Thai dishes are both authentic and boldly flavoured, notable among which are sour and spicy soup of redtail catfish and winter melon soup with dried prickly ash buds.
Charoen Suan Aek
“Charoen Suan Aek” 37 Moo 8, Thawanan Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, Thailand Price~180 - 320 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Chef Charoen’s eponymous restaurant may be small and hidden in an alley in a residential area far from the city centre, but it has been well known and loved in the neighbourhood by both locals and visitors for a long time. Relying on indigenous, seasonal ingredients, Charoen’s northern Thai dishes are both authentic and boldly flavoured, notable among which are sour and spicy soup of redtail catfish and winter melon soup with dried prickly ash buds.
MICHELIN GUIDE 2020 Le Grand Lanna 51/4 Moo 1, Chiang Mai - San Kamphaeng Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50000, Thailand Price~700 - 3,600 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View This charming restaurant in an extensive hotel complex serves food from across the country, but Lanna and Chiang Mai dishes stand out most. On a cool day ask for a table on the terrace amidst lush greenery or opt for the pavilion adorned by exquisite artefacts when it’s hot. There are also occasional live traditional music and dance performances. Thoughtful touches like bug spray, alongside warm and friendly service complete the experience.
Le Grand Lanna restaurant
MICHELIN GUIDE 2020 Le Grand Lanna 51/4 Moo 1, Chiang Mai - San Kamphaeng Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50000, Thailand Price~700 - 3,600 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View This charming restaurant in an extensive hotel complex serves food from across the country, but Lanna and Chiang Mai dishes stand out most. On a cool day ask for a table on the terrace amidst lush greenery or opt for the pavilion adorned by exquisite artefacts when it’s hot. There are also occasional live traditional music and dance performances. Thoughtful touches like bug spray, alongside warm and friendly service complete the experience.
Khao Soi Samoe Chai 391 Moo 2 Charoenrat Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50000, Thailand Price~40 - 60 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Though several northern classics are on the menu, Khao Soi rules the roost here. Tender noodles in a rich, tangy and creamy broth pairs well with the topping of extra-wide crispy noodles. The place is always packed, especially at lunch, but with many tables available, getting one shouldn’t be an issue
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Khao Soi Samoe Chai 391 Moo 2 Charoenrat Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50000, Thailand Price~40 - 60 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Though several northern classics are on the menu, Khao Soi rules the roost here. Tender noodles in a rich, tangy and creamy broth pairs well with the topping of extra-wide crispy noodles. The place is always packed, especially at lunch, but with many tables available, getting one shouldn’t be an issue
MICHELIN GUIDE 2020 Khao Soi Lamduan Faham (Charoenrat) 352/22 Charoenrat Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, Thailand Price~ 50 - 70 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Since its WWII-era inception, this shop by the Ping has been serving a formidable rendition of the northern curry noodles, Khao Soi, earning its reputation of being the locals’ long-time favourite. Among the various versions made with different meats, the one with tender and juicy chicken drumsticks is the best.
Khao Soi Lam Duan (Fa Ham)
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MICHELIN GUIDE 2020 Khao Soi Lamduan Faham (Charoenrat) 352/22 Charoenrat Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, Thailand Price~ 50 - 70 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Since its WWII-era inception, this shop by the Ping has been serving a formidable rendition of the northern curry noodles, Khao Soi, earning its reputation of being the locals’ long-time favourite. Among the various versions made with different meats, the one with tender and juicy chicken drumsticks is the best.
MICHELIN GUIDE 2020 Huan Soontaree 208 Patan Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50300, Thailand 310 - 750 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Authentic fare made with high-quality local ingredients is what makes this place a great dining spot. The Northern Thai mixed platter gives you a good sampling of hors d’œuvres while Hang-Le sweet pork curry adds to a true northern Thai meal experience. To make the most of the riverside atmosphere, sit in the garden under the towering trees while the band – an essential element since the owner is a former recording artist – plays local music late at night.
เฮือนสุนทรี Huan Soontaree
208 ถ Pa Tan Alley
MICHELIN GUIDE 2020 Huan Soontaree 208 Patan Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50300, Thailand 310 - 750 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Authentic fare made with high-quality local ingredients is what makes this place a great dining spot. The Northern Thai mixed platter gives you a good sampling of hors d’œuvres while Hang-Le sweet pork curry adds to a true northern Thai meal experience. To make the most of the riverside atmosphere, sit in the garden under the towering trees while the band – an essential element since the owner is a former recording artist – plays local music late at night.
MICHELIN GUIDE 2020 Palette 2 Na Wat Ket Soi 1 Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, Thailand 600 - 1,200 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View This annexed restaurant is a fitting part of a beautiful hotel complex which feels like a village within the city. While there are some innovative offerings on the menu, the Thai options remain the best choice. The service team is more than happy to make recommendations and live piano performances at dinner fill the room with an air of serenity. Ask for a flashlight on your way out after dinner so as not to ‘trip’ on the old elephant trail!
The Dining Room at 137 Pillars House
2 Soi 1 Nawatgate Road
MICHELIN GUIDE 2020 Palette 2 Na Wat Ket Soi 1 Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, Thailand 600 - 1,200 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View This annexed restaurant is a fitting part of a beautiful hotel complex which feels like a village within the city. While there are some innovative offerings on the menu, the Thai options remain the best choice. The service team is more than happy to make recommendations and live piano performances at dinner fill the room with an air of serenity. Ask for a flashlight on your way out after dinner so as not to ‘trip’ on the old elephant trail!
MICHELIN GUIDE 2020 Sanpakoi Kanomjeen Soi Thasatoi, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50000, Thailand 20 - 50 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View It may be hidden in a local market but this tiny shop is always busy. Fresh rice vermicelli, Khanom Chin, comes doused with any of the five kinds of curry. Also available is Khao Soi, northern noodles. Side vegetables, pickles and herbs accompany every order gratis in unlimited abundance. Bib Gourmand • Inspectors’ favourites for good value
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MICHELIN GUIDE 2020 Sanpakoi Kanomjeen Soi Thasatoi, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50000, Thailand 20 - 50 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View It may be hidden in a local market but this tiny shop is always busy. Fresh rice vermicelli, Khanom Chin, comes doused with any of the five kinds of curry. Also available is Khao Soi, northern noodles. Side vegetables, pickles and herbs accompany every order gratis in unlimited abundance. Bib Gourmand • Inspectors’ favourites for good value
MICHELIN GUIDE 2020 Magnolia Café 131/70, 131/82 Rattanakosin Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 503200, Thailand 240 - 1,280 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View With just four large communal tables, Magnolia is a simple, cosy spot enlivened by bold colours, vintage décor, and chandeliers. Dishes from all regions – characterised by bold and gutsy flavours – are on the à la carte menu, allowing you to customise an ensemble of complementary flavours and textures. A starter of watermelon with sweet salmon flakes and a one-bowl lunch of Khao Soi are recommended, as is the restaurant’s wine shop next door. The Plate • Fresh ingredients, carefully prepared: a good meal
Magnolia
70,131/82 Rattanakosin Road
MICHELIN GUIDE 2020 Magnolia Café 131/70, 131/82 Rattanakosin Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 503200, Thailand 240 - 1,280 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View With just four large communal tables, Magnolia is a simple, cosy spot enlivened by bold colours, vintage décor, and chandeliers. Dishes from all regions – characterised by bold and gutsy flavours – are on the à la carte menu, allowing you to customise an ensemble of complementary flavours and textures. A starter of watermelon with sweet salmon flakes and a one-bowl lunch of Khao Soi are recommended, as is the restaurant’s wine shop next door. The Plate • Fresh ingredients, carefully prepared: a good meal
Samsen Villa 201 Charoenrat Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50000, Thailand 250 - 800 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Its location at the back of a building tucked away in an alley belies the fact that this restaurant – the third branch of an establishment founded in Bangkok in 1978 – is set in a garden draped in luxuriant foliage; you can dine on the garden-side terrace under the lush canopy of trees or enjoy the river view from the indoor dining area. The large choice of over 200 dishes may be dizzying, but just make sure you get the deep-fried, sun-dried squid. The Plate • Fresh ingredients, carefully prepared: a good meal
Samsen Villa (Chiang Mai)
Samsen Villa 201 Charoenrat Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50000, Thailand 250 - 800 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Its location at the back of a building tucked away in an alley belies the fact that this restaurant – the third branch of an establishment founded in Bangkok in 1978 – is set in a garden draped in luxuriant foliage; you can dine on the garden-side terrace under the lush canopy of trees or enjoy the river view from the indoor dining area. The large choice of over 200 dishes may be dizzying, but just make sure you get the deep-fried, sun-dried squid. The Plate • Fresh ingredients, carefully prepared: a good meal
Saiyut and Doctor Sai Kitchen 32 Chotana Soi 12 Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50300, Thailand 270 - 600 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Doctor Sai serves dishes from all Thai regions, made according to the recipes from her mother, Saiyut, a former culinary arts instructor, in a setting designed to create a feeling of dining at home. But encountering dishes like intricately carved sweet potato in syrup, you quickly realise that this home must surely belong to a royal or an aristocrat where complex dishes from the royal cuisine canon of a bygone era thrive. Bib Gourmand • Inspectors’ favourites for good value
Khrua Achan Saiyut Restaurant
32 Chotana Road Soi 12
Saiyut and Doctor Sai Kitchen 32 Chotana Soi 12 Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50300, Thailand 270 - 600 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Doctor Sai serves dishes from all Thai regions, made according to the recipes from her mother, Saiyut, a former culinary arts instructor, in a setting designed to create a feeling of dining at home. But encountering dishes like intricately carved sweet potato in syrup, you quickly realise that this home must surely belong to a royal or an aristocrat where complex dishes from the royal cuisine canon of a bygone era thrive. Bib Gourmand • Inspectors’ favourites for good value
The Service 1921 123-123/1 Charoen Prathet Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50100, Thailand 600 - 1,300 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Diners come to this British spy-themed restaurant in a heritage building not only to savour the modern Thai food on a veranda overlooking the river, but also to live their dream as a secret agent, opening hidden doors (hint: the bookshelf) and finding interrogation rooms. Onto the food, softshell crab with sesame and tamarind sauce is superb, as are their signature cocktails from the bar, such as the aptly named ‘Majesty’. The Plate • Fresh ingredients, carefully prepared: a good meal
The Service 1921 Restaurant & Bar
123- 123/1 Charoen Prathet Rd
The Service 1921 123-123/1 Charoen Prathet Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50100, Thailand 600 - 1,300 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Diners come to this British spy-themed restaurant in a heritage building not only to savour the modern Thai food on a veranda overlooking the river, but also to live their dream as a secret agent, opening hidden doors (hint: the bookshelf) and finding interrogation rooms. Onto the food, softshell crab with sesame and tamarind sauce is superb, as are their signature cocktails from the bar, such as the aptly named ‘Majesty’. The Plate • Fresh ingredients, carefully prepared: a good meal
The House by Ginger 199 Mun Mueang Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand 450 - 950 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Located on the edge of the old city, this stylish, bistro-like spot attracts customers with an array of flavoursome food, ranging from Thai classics such as Khao Soi to Western options and a few dishes not found elsewhere. Post-meal drinks in the House Lounge next door will prove to be a good plan as the night unfolds. Order its award-winning concoction known as Labh (like the famous pork salad) from the enthusiastic mixologist.
THE HOUSE by Ginger
The House by Ginger 199 Mun Mueang Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand 450 - 950 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Located on the edge of the old city, this stylish, bistro-like spot attracts customers with an array of flavoursome food, ranging from Thai classics such as Khao Soi to Western options and a few dishes not found elsewhere. Post-meal drinks in the House Lounge next door will prove to be a good plan as the night unfolds. Order its award-winning concoction known as Labh (like the famous pork salad) from the enthusiastic mixologist.
Khao Soi Mae Manee 18 Soi Chotana 24, Chotana Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50300, Thailand 40 - 120 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View The shop started out in 1984 selling various noodle dishes. Over time, one dish has eclipsed the others: the iconic northern Thai Khao Soi, egg noodles with chicken in rich and intense broth, topped with crispy deep-fried noodles and served with generous sides of pickled mustard greens, shallots, and limes.
Khao Soi Mae Manee
Khao Soi Mae Manee 18 Soi Chotana 24, Chotana Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50300, Thailand 40 - 120 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View The shop started out in 1984 selling various noodle dishes. Over time, one dish has eclipsed the others: the iconic northern Thai Khao Soi, egg noodles with chicken in rich and intense broth, topped with crispy deep-fried noodles and served with generous sides of pickled mustard greens, shallots, and limes.
Baan Landai 252/13-14 Phra Pok Klao Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand 300 - 850 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Don’t let the slightly unkempt exterior keep you from experiencing Chef Landai’s eponymous restaurant, where he practices the cooking craft learned from his mother. The place exudes charm with its eclectic adornments – from orchids to peacock feathers to lanterns – bringing life to the unembellished interior. The extensive menu covers dishes from all regions of Thailand with several vegetarian offerings. Enjoy the view of the chefs at work through the kitchen window.
BAAN Landai Fine Thai Cuisine
Baan Landai 252/13-14 Phra Pok Klao Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand 300 - 850 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Don’t let the slightly unkempt exterior keep you from experiencing Chef Landai’s eponymous restaurant, where he practices the cooking craft learned from his mother. The place exudes charm with its eclectic adornments – from orchids to peacock feathers to lanterns – bringing life to the unembellished interior. The extensive menu covers dishes from all regions of Thailand with several vegetarian offerings. Enjoy the view of the chefs at work through the kitchen window.
Uan Ocha (Chang Khlan) 211/1 Chang Khlan Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand 40 - 50 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View The locals have enjoyed flavoursome rice and juicy chicken from this shop for more than a generation. You can choose breasts, thighs or wings. Fried chicken, crispy on the outside and tender on the inside, is also available. Rich chicken broth accompanies all rice dishes.
CHICKEN RICE RESTAURANT
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Uan Ocha (Chang Khlan) 211/1 Chang Khlan Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand 40 - 50 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View The locals have enjoyed flavoursome rice and juicy chicken from this shop for more than a generation. You can choose breasts, thighs or wings. Fried chicken, crispy on the outside and tender on the inside, is also available. Rich chicken broth accompanies all rice dishes.
Somtum Udon (Soi Thantawan) 3/2 Soi Thantawan, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, Thailand 100 - 300 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View As its name suggests, this shop specialises in Isan cuisine and Som Tam papaya salads topped with various meats and seafood, such as preserved crab, fermented fish, prawns, blue crabs, cockles and grilled chicken. These friendly-priced salads are delicious and don’t hold back on spiciness; grilled chicken and pork are also good. Fill in the order form but also ask for the à la carte menu for more options; and pay at the cashier’s desk.
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Som Tam Udon
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Somtum Udon (Soi Thantawan) 3/2 Soi Thantawan, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, Thailand 100 - 300 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View As its name suggests, this shop specialises in Isan cuisine and Som Tam papaya salads topped with various meats and seafood, such as preserved crab, fermented fish, prawns, blue crabs, cockles and grilled chicken. These friendly-priced salads are delicious and don’t hold back on spiciness; grilled chicken and pork are also good. Fill in the order form but also ask for the à la carte menu for more options; and pay at the cashier’s desk.
Huen Muan Jai 24 Ratchaphruek Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50300, Thailand 150 - 500 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View This restaurant, whose name means ‘happy home’, is a traditional Lanna house with a garden surrounded by trees. Chef Charan Thipeung, whose skills in northern Thai cuisine previously landed him on a popular tv program, offers many traditional dishes which are hard to find nowadays, such as spicy soup with young jackfruit and pork and sour soup with Chinese cabbage and pork. Other classics like Hang-Le curry and Nam Phrik Num are also not to be missed.
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Huen Muan Jai 24 Ratchaphruek Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50300, Thailand 150 - 500 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View This restaurant, whose name means ‘happy home’, is a traditional Lanna house with a garden surrounded by trees. Chef Charan Thipeung, whose skills in northern Thai cuisine previously landed him on a popular tv program, offers many traditional dishes which are hard to find nowadays, such as spicy soup with young jackfruit and pork and sour soup with Chinese cabbage and pork. Other classics like Hang-Le curry and Nam Phrik Num are also not to be missed.
SP Chicken 9/1 Samlan Road Soi 1, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand 120 - 400 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View The sight of passers-by standing trance-like at the front, mesmerised by the plump birds slowly spinning on their vertical spits, is common at this authentic Isan eatery in Old Town Chiang Mai. Though other Isan classics are on offer, the aromatic and impossibly juicy rotisserie chicken is the jewel in the crown here.
SP Chicken
SP Chicken 9/1 Samlan Road Soi 1, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand 120 - 400 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View The sight of passers-by standing trance-like at the front, mesmerised by the plump birds slowly spinning on their vertical spits, is common at this authentic Isan eatery in Old Town Chiang Mai. Though other Isan classics are on offer, the aromatic and impossibly juicy rotisserie chicken is the jewel in the crown here.
Redbox 6 Soi Jannsaap, Huai Kaeo Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50300, Thailand 650 - 3,000 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Chef Dan’s years in the restaurant business and the insights that he and his partner, Pimmada, have gleaned from their travels are behind this stylish 7-table establishment. It serves both modern Thai food and international dishes, and ingredients come from the best sources both domestic – the famous salted eggs from Chaiya, for example – and throughout Southeast Asia. Don’t miss Siam Ruby, a signature dessert made with Malaysian palm sugar, gula melaka.
Redbox Thailand Restaurant
6 Jannsaap Alley
Redbox 6 Soi Jannsaap, Huai Kaeo Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50300, Thailand 650 - 3,000 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Chef Dan’s years in the restaurant business and the insights that he and his partner, Pimmada, have gleaned from their travels are behind this stylish 7-table establishment. It serves both modern Thai food and international dishes, and ingredients come from the best sources both domestic – the famous salted eggs from Chaiya, for example – and throughout Southeast Asia. Don’t miss Siam Ruby, a signature dessert made with Malaysian palm sugar, gula melaka.
Kao Soy Nimman 22 Nimmanhaemin Soi 7 Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand 200 - 500 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Specialising in different variations of Khao Soi, this simple shop in the city centre is easy to get to and gets understandably busy at lunch. It also prepares other tasty local specialities and seasonal dishes with equal care. Enjoy the food with refreshing drinks like butterfly pea tea. Looking through the big window into the kitchen and watching your Khao Soi being prepared is all part of the fun.
Kao Soy Nimman
Kao Soy Nimman 22 Nimmanhaemin Soi 7 Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand 200 - 500 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Specialising in different variations of Khao Soi, this simple shop in the city centre is easy to get to and gets understandably busy at lunch. It also prepares other tasty local specialities and seasonal dishes with equal care. Enjoy the food with refreshing drinks like butterfly pea tea. Looking through the big window into the kitchen and watching your Khao Soi being prepared is all part of the fun.
Koyi 69/3 Siri Mangkhalajarn Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand 35 - 80 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Chicken rice is no ordinary chicken rice at this family-run shop. The age-old traditional methods used here yield impossibly tender chicken meat, plated beautifully atop aromatic rice in generous portions. Even the sipping broth is special, with the deep flavour and natural sweetness of seaweed.
Chicken rice Koyi
Koyi 69/3 Siri Mangkhalajarn Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand 35 - 80 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Chicken rice is no ordinary chicken rice at this family-run shop. The age-old traditional methods used here yield impossibly tender chicken meat, plated beautifully atop aromatic rice in generous portions. Even the sipping broth is special, with the deep flavour and natural sweetness of seaweed.
Ginger Farm Kitchen Nimmanhaemin Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, Thailand 450 - 1,000 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Furnished in a rustic style and dotted by lots of plants, this restaurant comes with huge windows that bring the outside in. It embraces a farm-to-table concept with most produce coming from its own farm. On the menu, northern Thai cuisine takes centre stage with classics such as spicy minced pork salad, stir-fried organic Pako fern, and mango sticky rice. Reservations are highly recommended, but don’t bother driving here as parking is scarce.
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Ginger Farm Kitchen at ONE NIMMAN
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Ginger Farm Kitchen Nimmanhaemin Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, Thailand 450 - 1,000 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Furnished in a rustic style and dotted by lots of plants, this restaurant comes with huge windows that bring the outside in. It embraces a farm-to-table concept with most produce coming from its own farm. On the menu, northern Thai cuisine takes centre stage with classics such as spicy minced pork salad, stir-fried organic Pako fern, and mango sticky rice. Reservations are highly recommended, but don’t bother driving here as parking is scarce.
Gai Yang Cherng Doi 2/8 Suk Kasame Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand 100 - 200 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View When it comes to seasoning their flagship Isan dishes, there’s no holding back at this casual little eatery hidden down an alley. Though all the north-eastern classics can be found here, you won’t want to miss their famous roast chicken with crispy skin, the dish after which the shop was named.
Cherng Doi Roast Chicken
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Gai Yang Cherng Doi 2/8 Suk Kasame Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand 100 - 200 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View When it comes to seasoning their flagship Isan dishes, there’s no holding back at this casual little eatery hidden down an alley. Though all the north-eastern classics can be found here, you won’t want to miss their famous roast chicken with crispy skin, the dish after which the shop was named.
Kuakai Nimman 9-9/1 Soi Sai Nam Phueng, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, Thailand 100 - 300 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View You can’t miss this popular restaurant, just look out for its mascot by the road – a young lady holding a plate of Khua Gai (chicken fried noodles). Naturally, Khua Gai is the must-try speciality, but other dishes also pack tons of flavour, come in generous portion sizes and are priced very competitively, including Tom Yam Kung, and chargrilled pork neck. Drinks served in embossed tin bowls are a nice touch.
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Kuakai Nimman 9-9/1 Soi Sai Nam Phueng, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, Thailand 100 - 300 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View You can’t miss this popular restaurant, just look out for its mascot by the road – a young lady holding a plate of Khua Gai (chicken fried noodles). Naturally, Khua Gai is the must-try speciality, but other dishes also pack tons of flavour, come in generous portion sizes and are priced very competitively, including Tom Yam Kung, and chargrilled pork neck. Drinks served in embossed tin bowls are a nice touch.
Khao Tom Yong (Suthep Road) 257/5 Suthep Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand 100 - 350 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View With plain rice congee serving as a blank canvas and the various dishes – primarily Thai with some Chinese – in vibrant and variegated colours, Khao Tom Yong has been making art since 1997. Whether you dine on the ground floor of this 2-storey building for the rustic, open-air feel or upstairs in the comfort of air-conditioning, make a beeline for stir-fried clams with chilli paste, spicy and sour soup of pork spare ribs, and spicy glass noodle salad with seafood.
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Yong Congee
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Khao Tom Yong (Suthep Road) 257/5 Suthep Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand 100 - 350 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View With plain rice congee serving as a blank canvas and the various dishes – primarily Thai with some Chinese – in vibrant and variegated colours, Khao Tom Yong has been making art since 1997. Whether you dine on the ground floor of this 2-storey building for the rustic, open-air feel or upstairs in the comfort of air-conditioning, make a beeline for stir-fried clams with chilli paste, spicy and sour soup of pork spare ribs, and spicy glass noodle salad with seafood.
Han Thueng Chiang Mai 63/9 Soi Suthep 4, Suthep Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, Thailand 200 - 400 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Occupying a few houses with bamboo gable roofs near Chiang Mai University, this restaurant does not have a sign at the entrance. But locals have been flocking here for its delicious Northern Thai food at competitive prices for over a decade. The simple, rustic décor echoes the no-frills food with delicate flavours and textures. Service is simple, but friendly. Their Khan Tok set meal and Khao Soi are especially recommended.
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Han Teung Chiang Mai ( @Chiang Mai )
63/9 Suthep Alley
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Han Thueng Chiang Mai 63/9 Soi Suthep 4, Suthep Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, Thailand 200 - 400 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Occupying a few houses with bamboo gable roofs near Chiang Mai University, this restaurant does not have a sign at the entrance. But locals have been flocking here for its delicious Northern Thai food at competitive prices for over a decade. The simple, rustic décor echoes the no-frills food with delicate flavours and textures. Service is simple, but friendly. Their Khan Tok set meal and Khao Soi are especially recommended.
Khaomao-Khaofang 181 Moo 7 Ratchaphruek Road, Hang Dong, Chiang Mai, 50230, Thailand 300 - 2,400 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View When you combine the owner’s passion and expertise in horticulture and forestry with his wife’s expertise as a cooking teacher, you get this expansive restaurant serving authentic northern fare made with local ingredients – all against the beautiful backdrop of a lush and flowery tropical rainforest with a lake in its midst. Dine alfresco on classics like northern-style spicy minced pork salad and northern hors d’œuvres to the soothing sound of waterfalls.
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Khaomao-Khaofang@ChiangMai
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Khaomao-Khaofang 181 Moo 7 Ratchaphruek Road, Hang Dong, Chiang Mai, 50230, Thailand 300 - 2,400 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View When you combine the owner’s passion and expertise in horticulture and forestry with his wife’s expertise as a cooking teacher, you get this expansive restaurant serving authentic northern fare made with local ingredients – all against the beautiful backdrop of a lush and flowery tropical rainforest with a lake in its midst. Dine alfresco on classics like northern-style spicy minced pork salad and northern hors d’œuvres to the soothing sound of waterfalls.
Na Chantra 49 Moo 3, Hang Dong, Chiang Mai, 50230, Thailand 360 - 800 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Set inside the Chantra Khiri Hotel up in the hills, Na Chantra offers gorgeous views of the national park. Dishes from central and northern Thailand dominate. Good use is made of herbs, vegetables and salad leaves from their own farm next door and everything’s made in-house, including northern sausage with chilli paste. Don’t miss the sour soup with seabass and bamboo shoots or minced pork with spicy sauce. Lychees from their garden make a great finale.
Chantra Khiri Chalet Chiang Mai
Na Chantra 49 Moo 3, Hang Dong, Chiang Mai, 50230, Thailand 360 - 800 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Set inside the Chantra Khiri Hotel up in the hills, Na Chantra offers gorgeous views of the national park. Dishes from central and northern Thailand dominate. Good use is made of herbs, vegetables and salad leaves from their own farm next door and everything’s made in-house, including northern sausage with chilli paste. Don’t miss the sour soup with seabass and bamboo shoots or minced pork with spicy sauce. Lychees from their garden make a great finale.
Baan Mon Muan 175 Moo 2 Mae Rim, Chiang Mai, 50180, Thailand 280 - 900 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Whether you’re dining indoors or sipping house-made tea out on the terrace of this mountainside Lanna-style wooden home, the air will be fresh and the panoramic vista of rolling green hills dotted with charming village homes stunning. Amidst a wide selection of pan-regional Thai dishes with some northern specialities, roasted pork spare ribs with lemongrass shine, along with vegetable dishes prepared with just-plucked produce grown in highland farms nearby.
บ้านม่อนม่วน Baan Mon Muan
Baan Mon Muan 175 Moo 2 Mae Rim, Chiang Mai, 50180, Thailand 280 - 900 THB • Thai MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Whether you’re dining indoors or sipping house-made tea out on the terrace of this mountainside Lanna-style wooden home, the air will be fresh and the panoramic vista of rolling green hills dotted with charming village homes stunning. Amidst a wide selection of pan-regional Thai dishes with some northern specialities, roasted pork spare ribs with lemongrass shine, along with vegetable dishes prepared with just-plucked produce grown in highland farms nearby.
Chinese
MICHELIN GUIDE 2020 Fujian 51/4 Moo 1, Chiang Mai-San Kamphaeng Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50000, Thailand price~650 - 4,000 THB • Chinese MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Nestled in a shopping village within a sprawling hotel resort, this atmospheric restaurant serves well prepared dishes from all parts of China, with an emphasis on Cantonese fare. Dim sum at lunch can be ordered à la carte, but the all-you-can-eat option offers great value. Signature items like sautéed scallops with X. O. sauce and steamed pork and shrimp dumplings stand out in particular.
Fujian at Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi, Chiang Mai
MICHELIN GUIDE 2020 Fujian 51/4 Moo 1, Chiang Mai-San Kamphaeng Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50000, Thailand price~650 - 4,000 THB • Chinese MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Nestled in a shopping village within a sprawling hotel resort, this atmospheric restaurant serves well prepared dishes from all parts of China, with an emphasis on Cantonese fare. Dim sum at lunch can be ordered à la carte, but the all-you-can-eat option offers great value. Signature items like sautéed scallops with X. O. sauce and steamed pork and shrimp dumplings stand out in particular.
Jia Tong Heng (Sidonchai) 193/2-3 Sidonchai Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, Thailand 300 - 600 THB • Chinese MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View It began life as a tiny shop in 1957, but this famous Chinese restaurant has expanded over time and has been located in this two-storey building near the Night Bazaar since 1979. The dining room is furnished in a traditional Chinese style, similar to the two other branches in town. The menu features all kinds of Chinese food, with Chaozhou dishes standing out in particular, such as stewed duck with Chinese herbs, and deep-fried crab balls.
ภัตตาคารเจี่ยท้งเฮง Jia Tong Heng restaurant
Jia Tong Heng (Sidonchai) 193/2-3 Sidonchai Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, Thailand 300 - 600 THB • Chinese MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View It began life as a tiny shop in 1957, but this famous Chinese restaurant has expanded over time and has been located in this two-storey building near the Night Bazaar since 1979. The dining room is furnished in a traditional Chinese style, similar to the two other branches in town. The menu features all kinds of Chinese food, with Chaozhou dishes standing out in particular, such as stewed duck with Chinese herbs, and deep-fried crab balls.
China Kitchen 89/8 Chang Khlan Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50100, Thailand 280 - 1,288 THB • Chinese MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View This restaurant in a luxury hotel offers high-end Chinese cuisine in a comfortable setting. Sink into a chair at one of the big round tables and take your tastebuds on a culinary journey. While the menu features mainly classic Cantonese fare, visiting chefs from different parts of China also bring with them their hometown favourites including dishes from Sichuan and Shanghai. The friendly and professional service complements the food perfectly.
Shangri-La Hotel, Chiang Mai
China Kitchen 89/8 Chang Khlan Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50100, Thailand 280 - 1,288 THB • Chinese MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View This restaurant in a luxury hotel offers high-end Chinese cuisine in a comfortable setting. Sink into a chair at one of the big round tables and take your tastebuds on a culinary journey. While the menu features mainly classic Cantonese fare, visiting chefs from different parts of China also bring with them their hometown favourites including dishes from Sichuan and Shanghai. The friendly and professional service complements the food perfectly.
French
MICHELIN GUIDE 2020 David´s Kitchen 113 Bamrungrat Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, Thailand Price~1,000 - 3,000 THB • French MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View One of the most popular dining spots in town, this stylishly furnished restaurant serves a classic French menu created by Chef O, who knows a thing or two about searching out the best produce and ensuring that only prime cuts make it to the table. The well-balanced wine list includes a good selection by-the-glass and a visit to the wine bar is a good idea, whether for an apéritif or a digestif. Attentive and professional service adds to the experience.
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David's Kitchen at 909
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MICHELIN GUIDE 2020 David´s Kitchen 113 Bamrungrat Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, Thailand Price~1,000 - 3,000 THB • French MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View One of the most popular dining spots in town, this stylishly furnished restaurant serves a classic French menu created by Chef O, who knows a thing or two about searching out the best produce and ensuring that only prime cuts make it to the table. The well-balanced wine list includes a good selection by-the-glass and a visit to the wine bar is a good idea, whether for an apéritif or a digestif. Attentive and professional service adds to the experience.
Seafood
MICHELIN GUIDE 2020 Paak Dang 46/1 Wang Sing Kham Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50300, Thailand Price~500 - 1,000 THB • Seafood MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Owned and run by a brother-and-sister team, this riverside restaurant not only serves fresh and delicious seafood, but also gives something back to the community by employing underprivileged youngsters from neighbouring villages and hill tribes. While you can check out the catch of the day by the entrance, you can’t go wrong with Tom Yam river shrimps or deep-fried sea bass. Live music in the evening also sets the mood for a relaxing dinner.
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Paak Dang Riverside Restaurant
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MICHELIN GUIDE 2020 Paak Dang 46/1 Wang Sing Kham Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50300, Thailand Price~500 - 1,000 THB • Seafood MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Owned and run by a brother-and-sister team, this riverside restaurant not only serves fresh and delicious seafood, but also gives something back to the community by employing underprivileged youngsters from neighbouring villages and hill tribes. While you can check out the catch of the day by the entrance, you can’t go wrong with Tom Yam river shrimps or deep-fried sea bass. Live music in the evening also sets the mood for a relaxing dinner.
French contemporary
MICHELIN GUIDE 2020 Oxygen Dining Room 369/1 Charoenrat Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50000, Thailand 990 - 3,500 THB • French Contemporary MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Chefs Nicolas Isnard and Alexandre Demanard’s fusion cuisine employs high-quality organic produce from both the Royal Project and France to produce the best of both northern Thai and French flavours. Their take on the Thai Khao Kha Mu or braised pork leg, damier mango passion fruit featuring organic mangoes and passion fruit as well as locally grown cocoa, and crayfish and crab from the Royal Project all testify to their skill and attention to detail.
Oxygen Dining Room
MICHELIN GUIDE 2020 Oxygen Dining Room 369/1 Charoenrat Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50000, Thailand 990 - 3,500 THB • French Contemporary MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Chefs Nicolas Isnard and Alexandre Demanard’s fusion cuisine employs high-quality organic produce from both the Royal Project and France to produce the best of both northern Thai and French flavours. Their take on the Thai Khao Kha Mu or braised pork leg, damier mango passion fruit featuring organic mangoes and passion fruit as well as locally grown cocoa, and crayfish and crab from the Royal Project all testify to their skill and attention to detail.
Noodle
Thana Ocha 29 Ratchawong Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50300, Thailand 55 - 130 THB • Noodles MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Every day at lunch long lines form in front of this decades-old shop selling Hakka-style noodles. House-made Hakka stuffed tofu, fish sausage, and crispy wontons find their way into every dish including Tom Yam noodles and the classic Yentafo. Fresh spring rolls are also among the bestsellers. The Plate • Fresh ingredients, carefully prepared: a good meal ò
Thana Ocha Noodle
Thana Ocha 29 Ratchawong Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50300, Thailand 55 - 130 THB • Noodles MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Every day at lunch long lines form in front of this decades-old shop selling Hakka-style noodles. House-made Hakka stuffed tofu, fish sausage, and crispy wontons find their way into every dish including Tom Yam noodles and the classic Yentafo. Fresh spring rolls are also among the bestsellers. The Plate • Fresh ingredients, carefully prepared: a good meal ò
Guay Jub Chang Moi Tat Mai 99/11-12 Chang Moi Tat Mai Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50300, Thailand 60 - 70 THB • Noodles MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View It may be named after a noodle dish served with various meats, but this 2-room shophouse eatery offers so much more than what they bill as their flagship menu item. Crispy pork belly on rice, fresh Chinese spring rolls, and house-made Sai Ua – the iconic northern Thai sausage – are among the eclectic mix of highlights. The Plate • Fresh ingredients, carefully prepared: a good meal
ก๊วยจั๊บช้างม่อย ตัดใหม่
Guay Jub Chang Moi Tat Mai 99/11-12 Chang Moi Tat Mai Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50300, Thailand 60 - 70 THB • Noodles MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View It may be named after a noodle dish served with various meats, but this 2-room shophouse eatery offers so much more than what they bill as their flagship menu item. Crispy pork belly on rice, fresh Chinese spring rolls, and house-made Sai Ua – the iconic northern Thai sausage – are among the eclectic mix of highlights. The Plate • Fresh ingredients, carefully prepared: a good meal
Rote Yiam Beef Noodle 164/4 Chang Khlan Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, Thailand 50 - 100 THB • Noodles MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View For over 30 years, this small shop has prided itself on serving some of the city’s best beef noodles with intensely flavourful broth packed with Chinese herbs and bouncy beef balls made in-house. Non-noodle fans can opt for beef yellow curry on rice. Either way, be sure to finish with coconut ice cream. Bib Gourmand • Inspectors’ favourites for good value ò
ก๋วยเตี๋ยวเนื้อวัวรสเยี่ยม แสงตะวัน
103 Mun Mueang Road
Rote Yiam Beef Noodle 164/4 Chang Khlan Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, Thailand 50 - 100 THB • Noodles MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View For over 30 years, this small shop has prided itself on serving some of the city’s best beef noodles with intensely flavourful broth packed with Chinese herbs and bouncy beef balls made in-house. Non-noodle fans can opt for beef yellow curry on rice. Either way, be sure to finish with coconut ice cream. Bib Gourmand • Inspectors’ favourites for good value ò
Anchan Noodle 19/1 Siri Mangkhalajarn Soi 9 Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand 40 - 70 THB • Noodles MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Your eyes aren’t deceiving you – tinted with the juice from butterfly pea flowers, everything is blue and purple here, from Tom Yam noodles to broth-less noodles with tender pork and a spicy sauce to various rice dishes. Chase it all down with butterfly pea juice with lime, which is – you’ve guessed it – psychedelically purple.
ก๋วยเตี๋ยวอัญชัน
Anchan Noodle 19/1 Siri Mangkhalajarn Soi 9 Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand 40 - 70 THB • Noodles MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Your eyes aren’t deceiving you – tinted with the juice from butterfly pea flowers, everything is blue and purple here, from Tom Yam noodles to broth-less noodles with tender pork and a spicy sauce to various rice dishes. Chase it all down with butterfly pea juice with lime, which is – you’ve guessed it – psychedelically purple.
Japanese contemporary
Blackitch Artisan Kitchen 27/1 Nimmanhaemin Soi 7 Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, Thailand 1,800 THB • Japanese Contemporary MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Hidden in plain sight in the city centre is this 16-seater spot where Thai and Japanese influences shape the tasting menu. The 9-course menu changes constantly, dictated by what is local and in season. Chef Phanuphol Bulsuwan honed his cooking and fermenting skills under his restaurateur grandmother. He’s known locally as a fermentation master, turning kitchen scraps into fermented seasoning ingredients, at least one of which always makes its way into each dish.
Blackitch Artisan Kitchen
Blackitch Artisan Kitchen 27/1 Nimmanhaemin Soi 7 Road, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, Thailand 1,800 THB • Japanese Contemporary MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View Hidden in plain sight in the city centre is this 16-seater spot where Thai and Japanese influences shape the tasting menu. The 9-course menu changes constantly, dictated by what is local and in season. Chef Phanuphol Bulsuwan honed his cooking and fermenting skills under his restaurateur grandmother. He’s known locally as a fermentation master, turning kitchen scraps into fermented seasoning ingredients, at least one of which always makes its way into each dish.