The small rooms in this restaurant, once a private home, are full of handicrafts that are typical of the region. Select a table in any of the dining rooms or out among the plants of the garden. The house and garden are open only in the evening; lunch is served in a street-front extension packed daily with hungry Thais. The kaeng hang led (pork curry) with kao nio (sticky rice) is a specialty. The larb nua (spicy ground beef fried with herbs) and deep-fried
pork ribs are two more dishes you won't want to miss.
112 Rachamankha Rd., Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand
Nov 3, 2009
very authentic food. a bit of a hippie vibe inside. super inexpensive. if you don't order alcohol, you can eat dinner for about $6.