Serving all day brunch, from the signature Consul in Paradise, a croissant with foie gras served with peach sauce, eggs benedict and salmon to the Trio Croissant Sandwich with smoked salmon, parma ham and cheese. You can also indulge your sweet tooth to pair with your aromatic cup of premium coffee such as The Consul’s Cake, a special bavaroise cake to panna cotta, apple tarte, chocolate fondue set or an oozing warm chocolate cake.
The Consul’s Garden was the private home of British Consul William Alfred Rae Wood who was stationed in Chiang Mai between 1921 and 1970. He was the author of the popular book, “Consul in Paradise; Sixty-eight Years in Siam. This vast piece of land with an English garden sloping down to the riverbanks has a remarkable 100 plus year old raintree as its center and encompasses three buildings, built by Wood. His residence has, for over four decades now, been the home of award winning restaurant Le Coq d’Or; and now the garden is open for your pleasure.
The Consul’s Garden
Koh Klang road, T. Nong Hoi
Open 10 am-7 pm
Tel. 089 888 9339
trio croissant sandwich with smoked salmon, parma ham and ham cheese