This first place on my list is the Spicy Thai Sausage in the northern part of Chiang Mai province, not anywhere near the Chiang Mai city. We drove about one hour away from the Chiang Mai City on very small roads up and around the mountains. It was a bit scary for me since I […]
If you’re into barbecuing meat on charcoal, you should try this BBQ vendor at the entrance of the Kad Suan Kaew shopping mall. They only open on Thursday to Saturday evenings from 6pm to 11pm. This is an Isaan (Northeastern region of Thailand) style BBQ, marinated with different herbs and spices. My personal favourite items […]
This is the best value dim sum I ever had. All the food you see here cost me about 250 baht ($7 USD). I remember eating at some high-end dim sum restaurant back at home that cost almost triple and it wasn’t even as good as this place. The way you’re supposed to order dim […]
Corner Bristro is a Western/European restaurant. It was just minutes’ walk from my apartment. I walked by the restaurant many times for the first few months but I never ate there because I prefer Thai and Asian food. I eventually ate there during my last month in Chiang Mai when things got a lot quieter. […]
I wanted to try that big bowl but I don’t have any friends to go with lol. Actually, I tried getting a couple of Thai friends to go with me but their schedule wouldn’t allow them. Luckily, they offer small bowls of noodles. These cost about 50 baht and I order ed two small bowls […]
SP Chicken is a famous local restaurant in the west side of the old city. The restaurant specializes in grilled chicken cooked on a custom grill with charcoal stacked in the center and the chickens placed on both sides of the charcoals. The grill is unique and eye catching if you’re passing by. Not only […]
I randomly stumbled into this restaurant called Little Istanbul just off Chang Klan road. It was one of those moments when I was not hungry or full, and I didn’t need to really eat anything for the next three hours. However, when I walked passed this Little Istanbul restaurant, and I saw the juices dripping […]
The most famous weekend market in Thailand, definitely the largest outdoor market in Asian and possibly the world (70 rai (27 Acres)). This place is just enormous.