The latest cuisine to be represented in our city is the traditional New York deli, served at Nimmanhaemin’s Pickles.
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By American writer and photographer Austin Bush. The exhibition brings together images and displays that introduce the unique dishes, ingredients, people and cooking techniques of northern Thailand and explore the rich cultural and geographical roots that have shaped them. At Tamarind Village Chiang Mai.
Chefs will be creating a specialty of authentic Brazilian food with a unique mix with Thai cuisine. This Brazilian specialty is available for dinner from 6pm to 11pm. Mondays to Thursdays Brazilian set dinner, Fridays to Saturdays BBQ buffet dinner. Price at 750 baht++ per person.
Health lovers will like the new healthy food market (with air conditioning) at Jing Jai Good Food – clean agricultural goods, crafts and handmade products. Transportation from any main hotels to Jing Jai Good Food is available. Starts from 1st May onwards!
2,500 baht per person – menu includes starter – scallop & avocado, prawns, daddy’s paella, fillet de foie gras, braised lamb, homemade dessert – all accompanied by Casa Patronales wines. Limited to 30 persons. At Daddy’s Antique Café & Restaurant, San Pareni Hotel.
The greatest products and activities fair in Chiang Mai! Joined by several schools and development centres. Various fun activities such as child crawling competition, fashion show, arts and crafts, music, performances and much more! At Chiang Mai Hall Central Airport.
Various activities for kids aged 6 and below will be held at Convention Hall 2, Chiang Mai Grandview Hotel, along with special discounts from any participating store for both parents and kids. A talk with doctors, experts in child development, crawling and dancing competitions await. Free admission.