If you are a morning person (unlike most of us here at Citylife!) then you know that breakfast is key for starting the day off on the right foot. In Chiang Mai it can be hard to find a coffee shop that opens before 10am, so here is our wee list of early morning breakfast joints!
River Terrace at Holiday Inn Chiang Mai
Start the day fresh with our all you can eat breakfast!
Great views of Doi Suthep and the Ping River while you enjoy your meal with a large selection of International, Asian and Thai favourites, fresh pastries and fruits, gourmet tea, coffee and juice.
Spend your morning lazily gazing at the Ping River while indulging in a delicious breakfast at only 250 baht per person. There are many different types of breakfast from which to choose, from eight types of egg dishes from eggs benedict to ham and cheese omelets. There are also pancakes, salads, hot waffles and more international offerings.
Thai breakfasts run the gamut from rice dishes to the classic Lanna khao soy. There is also a northern station offering all the favourites of the region. You also receive one drink in this bargain of a price.
Price Offers: 550 baht net per person
Date: Everyday (Mon-Sun)
Time: 6.30am – 10.30am
Venue: River Terrace
Make reservation in advance call 053 275 300
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If you love bacon and eggs, this may be the place for you. Stupendous breakfast sets are served from 8am, including omelettes, French toast and the classic eggs and bacon. Their banana bread is also divine with a hot cup of coffee.
Open 8am – 5pm (Closed Mondays)
95/10 Sithiwongse Road
081 960 3889
This is a paradise for people who like their eggs benedicted and their sourdough bread toasted. Pair up a breakfast dish with a fresh fruit smoothie and start the day as you mean to go on.
Open 7.30am – 10.30pm
Nimmanhaemin and Tha Pae Gate Branches
053 227 038
Café Kai Luak
Experience a traditional early morning Thai breakfast of parboiled poached eggs or sweet duck egg custard that you can dip pla tong ko (Chinese style churros) into. Wash it down with a bright orange Thai milk tea and you’re good to go.
Open 6am – 11pm (Closed Sundays)
Kong Sai Road
094 715 1689
Jok Ton Pa Yom
Rice porridge is most tasty when you’re sick in bed or before the sun comes up. Here they serve it as early as 5am every morning, alongside a handful of Thai dishes and those deep fried pla tong ko sticks.
Open 5am – 12pm
053 277 055
If you have a passion for the great big British breakfast, we have good news. We’re talking beans, eggs, hash browns, bacon, sausages and mushrooms — all the trimmings. If you aren’t counting calories, then this is a great way to start the day.
Open 8am – 11pm (Opens 9am on Mondays)
133/4 Rachapakanai Road
084 186 5788
Kai Ka Ta Lert Rot
The Vietnamese egg breakfast served in a sizzling pan with a side of bread is a top choice for those looking for a hearty, but light breakfast. They come in three options, original, vegetarian and extra toppings.
Open 6.30am – 2.30pm
Prapokklao Lane 7
053 277 542