Chiang Mai

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At first sight it's hard to tell if Dhara Dhevi is a resort or an ancient temple complex. — Lonely Planet
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In the same grounds as the House. — Lonely Planet
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A Zen-like 25-room luxury hotel in a hidden courtyard near Chiang Mai’s most iconic temples. — Jetsetter
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This friendly little restaurant on Chiang Mai's main shopping street draws in tourists with a menu packed with more than 50 low-priced U.K. favorites. — Fodor's
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The food is fair and unimaginative, offering the usual tourist menu; it's probably best to stick with the Thai dishes. The picture menu makes it easy and the staff is friendly. — Frommer's
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The pick of the litter is Le Grand Lanna, a Thai restaurant set in a group of raised, antique-filled buildings shaded by enormous raintrees and cooled by mist-spraying fans. — Concierge
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The locals take their coffee very seriously, and the best place to grab a latte or flat white in town is at Ristr8to. — Frommer's
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Italian
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An internationally trained Thai chef works his magic on a constantly evolving menu of regionally influenced classical dishes, a medley of grilled items and imported steaks, and lamb and seafood. — Frommer's
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Casual and cool is what Riverside is all about. — Frommer's
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Italian
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This unassuming Italian eatery, with its portraits of the Mediterranean hanging on its walls, is tucked into a soi just outside of the old city. — Lonely Planet
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Italian
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Popular meeting spot just outside Tha Pae Gate, serving Thai, Italian, Mexican and American dishes. — Lonely Planet
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The Gallery is the most charming of the riverside restaurants on the eastern bank of the Ping River. — Frommer's
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It's a really good spot to begin your Thai culinary adventures ‰ÛÒ there's an extensive menu that includes regional specialities such as naem mog sai ou. — Lonely Planet
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On the second floor of an attractive old house, this longtime favorite serves delicious and healthy foods. — Fodor's
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