Dr Quek, one of Asia’s most successful real estate developers, was inspired to open Spice Garden in Chiang Mai. A more natural, and locale-appropriate project, Spice Garden is Located in the middle of the hustle and bustle of the old city. It aims to become a unmissable destination serving great food and creative drinks in a charming garden where artists, musicians and other performers will be encouraged to call home. “I have no specific recipes because I simply get into the kitchen and allow the day’s produce, my experiences and my ideas to inspire me,” said Chef Tiw of his methodology. Chef Tiw helms a number of Dr Quek’s restaurants in Sydney, and now in Chiang Mai. He will be spending his time in the kitchen creating, inspiring and training locally-hired chefs to perfect his dishes. He cooked in Thai, French, Chinese, Japanese and American kitchens saw him returning to Australia. He was working at a Vietnamese restaurant in Melbourne when he caught the attention of Dr Quek. Dr Quek invited Chef Tiw to lead his upcoming Indochine restaurant and the collaboration resulted in Mekong becoming an award-winning restaurant.
Spice Garden will open its doors to us all on this November. It will be a city-destination which will have something to appeal to everyone. This place is surrounding temples and pagodas, its charming garden already lush and tropical with trickling waterways has open spaces set up for live entertainment. A casual restaurant and drink are designed to be a place to relax and take care of yourself with special things from breakfast until late.
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12 Soi 5 Moonmuang Rd,T. Sriphum, Muang Chiang MaiCategory Restaurant Venue Type Restaurant Opening Times 10am - 10pm