Best places to eat Chiang Mai blog — Top 5 best restaurants in Chiang Mai and Chiang Mai Old City
Many people believe that Chiang Mai is only for coffee connoisseurs, because the Northern rose of Thailand is famous for being the land of coffee, with coffee shops where each shop has its own concoction method, a very unique style (for those who do not know this, you can check it out the unique cafes in Chiang Mai that we have chosen at here). However, many people are unaware that the food in Chiang Mai is truly wonderful and ultimate, suitable for both Vietnamese and foreign visitors, and the prices are also very reasonable. So, where should you eat in Chiang Mai? Now, let’s check out our best places to eat Chiang Mai blog with top restaurants in Chiang Mai: Top 5 best restaurants in Chiang Mai including best restaurants in Chiang Mai Old City, cool restaurants in Chiang Mai below.
Kao Soy Nimman
If you visit Chiang Mai, you must eat Khao Soy, just as visiting Hanoi without eating Pho (beef noodle soup) is a waste of a half-life. Northern Thailand is known for its Khao soy (or Khao soi). The dish consists of deep-fried egg noodles that are very brittle, topped with curry sauce mixed with fatty coconut milk, and served with chicken, beef, or pork depending on the diner’s preferences.
When you arrive in Chiang Mai, simply check in next to a bowl of Khao soy, and everyone will know you are in a place where everyone knows where it is. You can eat Khao soy anywhere in Chiang Mai, but for us, eating Khao soy at Kao Soy Nimman is the best. If you don’t like spicy food (as you probably know, Thai people love spicy food), this restaurant will get 1 point more than other “local” restaurants, ensuring that you don’t eat with tears and tears In addition to the Khao soy dish, here also serves a lot of other specialty dishes of Northern Thailand that if you have a strong stomach, then please eat whole the menu of the restaurant because everything is so delicious make you crazy.
Kao Soy Nimman
Adress: Nimmana Haeminda Rd Lane 7, Tambon Su Thep, Amphoe Mueang Chiang Mai, Chang Wat Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand
Phone: +66 53 894 881
Price : around 50 – 75 THB
Khao Kha Moo Chang Phueak (Cowboy Hat Lady)
This eatery isn’t fancy or fussy; it’s just a stall selling food at the dining area on the sidewalk, but it’s getting rave reviews everywhere. Simply searching “cowboy hat lady” will yield a plethora of information. We have not determined why the owner wears a cowboy hat while serving, but the stall is unmistakable. The shop only serves one main dish, rice with stewed pork leg meat, served with soft-boiled eggs and pickles (salted vegetables), but you can order a large or small bowl depending on your appetite, and if you want, you can order some side dishes such as pork intestines. In addition, the restaurant is extremely crowded.
The shop opened from late afternoon to quite late at about 2-3 am), for those who are hungry at late night, come by and eat a bit to warm your stomach and climb to bed and continue to sleep.
Khao Kha Moo Chang Phueak
Address: Manee Nop Parat | Sri Poom Subdistrict, Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand
Phone: +66-8-1366-2969 / +66 90 051 6573
Hours: 5PM – 2AM
Price: 30 THB
Cherng Doi Roast Chicken
If you are a fan chicken dishes, you can’t ignore this restaurant. Famous for its legendary roasted chicken with crispy skin, Cherng Doi Roast Chicken is located on Soi Sukkame, close to local eateries, cafes and bars.