Thailand is in mourning, as are we. So instead of our usual colourful City 7 page, we thought we would take a look at some of the colour-appropriate dishes to be found in the city.
Made to order artistic concept food is the name of the game here, including this black lod chong dessert, a combination of black sweet rice noodles served with aromatic burnt coconut, sugar cane and coconut milk.
Open 7.30am – 3pm. (Closed Tuesdays)
599/32 Lanna Village, Pa Daed
081 429 4858
Everybody loves a bit of toast, and milky toasty bars are all the range even after all these years. Toast-It goes even further and gives us a striking black toast topped with a range of savoury toppings! Scrumptious.
Open 10am – 10pm (Closed Mondays)
098 249 1656
Crepe Nhong Nhue
A student favourite, this pitch black charcoal crepe comes stuffed with goodies – banana, Nutella, chilli paste, golden threads, ham and sausage, eggs, etc. and more.
Open 10am – 7pm closed Saturdays
Chang Khian road, opposite Tesco Lotus Express, Jet Yod
Rajamangala University of Technology Lanna
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083 8988446, 090 9321835
This charcoal ice cream is best enjoyed twirled with a bright green matacha ice cream to create this striking green-black soft treat that is just melt in the mouth, quite literally.
Malin Plaza, Huay Kaew Road
086 421 5505
This Gangster Burger is as black as it gets, black buns packed with piles of meat, bacon, salad, sauce…yum.
Open 11am – 9.30pm
094 939 9929
Godam Korean Restaurant
Celebrate Korea’s Black Day everyday with the jajangmyun noodles, served in a rich black sauce and basking in traditional Korean flavours.
Open 6am – 10pm
053 450 046 / 082 177 5942
This little bread place has just opened along Nimman Soi 17 and one of their specialties is a bamboo charcoal loaf, packed full of detoxifiers and great for a healthy breakfast.
Nimman Soi 17
092 916 4166