Chiang Mai Restaurants

All the city's top hotels serve reasonably good food, but for the best Thai cuisine go to the restaurants in town. The greatest variety—from traditional Thai to Italian—are to be found within the Old City, and Nimmanhemin Road, about 2 km (1 mile) northwest of downtown, is a star-studded restaurant row. The best fish restaurants, many of them Chinese-run, are found at the Anusan Market, near the Night Bazaar. Chiang Mai also has northern Thailand's best European-cuisine restaurants.

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  • 1. David’s Kitchen at 909

    $$$$ | European

    Dress up for this award-winning restaurant owned by a warm and welcoming British-Thai husband-wife front-of-house team and an excellent Thai...Read More

  • 2. Huen Jai Yong

    $ | Thai

    Ask a Thai chef where to find Chiang Mai's finest and most authentic Lanna food, and you'll likely be directed to this rustic restaurant a 30...Read More

  • 3. Mae Sa Valley Garden Resort

    If you're visiting the Elephant Training Center, stop for lunch at this place whose thatched cottages sit amid beautifully tended gardens. The...Read More

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