This restaurant sits in a 150 year old Burmese-Lanna colonial style teak house, and before you doze off at the thought of yet another traditional restaurant, don’t, this is a lovely venue with very decent food. The owner’s ancestors were Burmese so they have combined Burmese, Thai and northern Thai cooking styles and ingredients to create their menu. Rattan fans are placed on tables giving an old world feel and on the walls there are old black and white photos of Chiang Mai from the past. While mainly aimed at tourists, it is a good place to take out of town visitors for a spot of local culture.
71 Charoenprathet Rd., Changkran,
Chiang Mai, Thailand