Chiang Mai

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Asian
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The small rooms in this restaurant, once a private home, are full of handicrafts that are typical of the region. — Fodor's
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Asian
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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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European
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We’re particularly fond of the foie gras with sweet mango, and the pot au feu with Thai lobster. — Frommer's
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European
3 reviews
In the same grounds as the House. — Lonely Planet
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Asian
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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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Asian
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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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Asian
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A meal at the Rachamankha hotel's elegant restaurant is a must whether you're a guest or not. — Fodor's
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Asian
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For authentic northern food, adventurous eaters should try this nondescript garden restaurant. — Frommer's
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Asian
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Part of Tamarind Village, Ruen Tamarind offers a fine selection of northern Thai cuisine with a couple of international favorites thrown in for the less adventurous. — Frommer's
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Asian
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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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Asian
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Evening meals are candlelit, with flaming torches and the dulcet tones of traditional music accompanying your choice of food. Don't pass up their signature sai ua, or Chiang Mai spicy sausage. — Frommer's
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Cafe
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With single origin and blended coffee derived from major coffee-growing regions around the world, Ristr8to Latte Art Café is a shop for the refined coffee pallet — Afar Magazine
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Asian
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The ever-popular Riverside has an informal waterfront location and a modern and elegant dining room across the road — Fodor's
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Chinese
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The gentle breeze from the river will temper some of the spicier dishes on the Thai, Chinese Szechuan and Vietnamese menu, such as the yum ped yang. — Wallpaper
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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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A good spot for people-watching, resting from city touring...tasty Thai food as well as familiar fare. — Frommer's
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Asian
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Location and atmosphere, history and food mix happily in this relaxed restaurant and art gallery inside an 1892 teakwood building along the Ping River. — Concierge
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