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The large windows and high ceiling of the indoor dining area allows guests to enjoy Le Crystal’s ine French fare as well as the riverside ambience in cool comfort. The garden terrace and a private dining
room both offer panoramic views of the Thai ornamental garden and river setting.
Special set lunches provide a good opportunity for a business appointment or a fine midday meal. Le Crystal’s menu of the month affords a choice of three main courses, and costs less than the temp- tations on the full ‘degustation’ menu.

784/2 Paton Road, Paton Sub-district,
Muang District, Chiang Mai, Thailand
Tel: +66 (0) 5387 2890-1
www.lecrystalrestaurant.com
 
 
 
 
Savor ine cuisine in an elegant European setting
and enjoy ive-star luxury dining. Reminisce, as
though you were on the banks of the Seine in Paris
and enjoy the inviting ambience, not to mention
the splendid food. The Le Coq d’Or takes you to a
blissful culinary haven, where dining becomes an
extraordinary experience. Live Music performed
every night starting from 19.00-22.00 hrs.
11 Soi 2 Koh Klang Road, Nong Hoi Sub-district
Muang District, Chiang Mai, Thailand
Tel: +66 (0) 5328 2024, +66 (0) 5380 1501
www.lecoqdorchiangmai.com
 
 
 
This chic Parisian restaurant, located in a
quiet part of Chiang Mai, serves authentic
brasserie-style cuisine in an unpretentious
atmosphere. Enjoy irst-class dishes, and
come back often as the menu changes on
a monthly basis. A traditional French Bouil-
labaisse is available on Sunday if you book
two days in advance. Also, the St. Germain’s
Rooftop Bar is great place converse with
friends in a laid back Parisian ambience
while relaxing with a glass of house red
wine.

4/1 Ratchavithi Road (just off Moon Muang
Road, along the Tha Pae Gate),
Muang District, Chiang Mai, Thailand
Tel: +66 (0) 5328 9556-7, +66 (0) 8966 0550

RecommendedMenu:
Starters: Homemade duck terrine, Scallop
in calvados cream sauce, Camembert salad
with honey couli
Maincourse: Duck breast with honey,Red wine sauce and onion jam, Beef stew in red wine sauce, Bouillabaisse
Dessert: Apple tart, vanilla ice creamtopped with caramel sauce, Home made cream caramel custard, Chocolate mousse
Style: French Brasserie
Suggestedtime:
Lunch 11.00 - 14.00 hrs, Dinner 18.00- 22.00, Bar 20.00 - 24.00 hrs.
 
 
 
 
RioRestaurantandBar
Featuring Chiang Mai’s irst Brazilian Churras-
caria style BBQ, with an innovative, ‘all you
can eat’ option, and a vast selection of sea-
food, you are sure to leave content. A lively
ambience coupled with elegant d?cor accen-
tuates the steel-skewered morsels of prime
beef that are prepared right at your table.
Recommendedmenu:
Salad bar
Style: Brazilian BBQ
Suggestedtime:
Dinner 18.00 - 01.00 hrs.

MiraTerrace
Enjoy a peaceful ambience with a vast selection of Asian and International fusion dishes. With luxuriousd?cor and an attentive staff, this
venue is ideal for a romantic dinner or relaxing after a long day of exploring Chiang Mai.

Recommended Menu:
Seared yellow in tuna sashimi with caviar dressing
Style: International cuisine
Suggestedtime:
Breakfast 6.30- 10.30 hrs.
33 Chang Klan Road, Padad Subdistrict, Muang District, Chiang Mai, Thailand
Tel: +66 (0) 5399 9333,
+66 (0) 5399 9332
E-mail: info@ratilannachiangmai.com
www.ratilannachiangmai.com
 
 
 
 
 
njoy an authentic Khantoke dinner show at this elegant restaurant, located in the Lanna Cultural Center. Guests have the option of sitting traditional style on triangle pillow backrests or at a lowset dining table with leg wells. Dine on authentic Thai cuisine, served on a tray
with various dishes called a Khantoke, while ornately clad Northern Thai dancers perform to traditional music. Be sure to make a reservation, as this restaurant is quite popular.

139 Moo 4, Nong Pakrung Sub-district, Muang district, Chiang Mai,
Thailand
Tel: +66 (0) 5330 4121-3
www.khumkhantoke.net
 
 
For that perfect romantic dinner, The House Restaurant provides top-notch cuisine and a
pleasing ambience in the setting of a historicmansion. As classical acoustic guitarists strum
soothing tunes, enjoy perfectly prepared dishes, while savoring the lovely candleli
atmosphere. Whether it’s a irst date or a relaxing get together, The House Restaurant is an
ideal setting for a delicious meal in an opulently decorated venue.

199 Moon Muang Road, Sriphum Sub-district
Muang District, Chiang Mai, Thailand
Tel: +66 (0) 5304 19011-3, +66 (0) 8975 1395

Recommended Menu:
• Stuffed chicken breast with hduck and shitake mushroom in redsauce
• Swordish skewers on wok fried spand tomato tapenade
• Grilled King prawn on drunken hair pasta
Style:
International gourmet cuisine
Suggestedtime:
Dinner 18.00 - 23.00 hrs.
   
 
Surrounding a lotus pond illuminated with a fountain and northern lanterns suspended from trees above, the spaciously arranged tables of the main terrace of Mo’C Mo’L (pronounced to sound like ‘more C more L’) offer very cool ambience to a mature clientele. Air curtains separating the adjacent I-Yaah Bar allows all to enjoy the music, whether from acoustic bands playing on the terrace in the early evening or the main bands playing after
21.00 hrs in the bar.

233 Huay Kaew Road, Suthep Sub-district,
Muang District, Chiang Mai, Thailand
Tel: +66 (0) 5322 6997-8


RecommendedMenu:
‘moon lover’s marinated minced
prawn
Style:
Thai, Fusion, European, Japanese
SuggestedTime:
10.00 hrs. Drinks and snacks served
in an air-con lounge or terrace during
the day (Dinner is a perfect time to
come in for the last rays of the day)
This charming little restaurant located along the Ping River, features stunning mountain views and beautiful Lanna architecture ac-cented by delectable cuisine. Long lists
of notable cliental, including members of the Royal Thai Family and the President of Singapore have enjoyed a meal at this renowned establishment. Chefs Nittaya Manee and Decha Hiralayo have crafted a unique blend of European and Thai favorites, sure to please the palate.

51/3 Sankamphaeng Road,
Tasala Sub-district, Muang District,
Chiang Mai, Thailand
Tel: +66 (0) 5324 2116

RecommendedMenu:
• New Zealand mussels with spicy red curry paste
• Chiang Mai style pork curry
• Granite de Saint-Emilion with mango
Style:
Thai & European fusion
Suggestedtime:
Dinner
 
This inviting and warm teahouse, situated on the
banks of the Ping River, features an international collection of sophisticated teas. Relax with a cup of ‘Earl Grey Rooibos’ or try the all natural ‘Secret Love’. Quash pangs of hunger with a quaint selection of sandwiches and don’t forget to try a delicious dessert before you depart this charming little teahouse.

53 Charoenrat Road, Wat Gate Sub-district, Muang District, Chiang Mai, Thailand
Tel: +66 (0) 5330 3113
www.vjoteahouse.com

RecommendedMenu:
Dragon pearl tea, Custard sandwich, Creme brule
Style:
Teahouse international
SuggestedTime:
Lunch 10.00 - 19.00 hrs.
 
This quaint eatery is a pleasant venue for sipping
on coffee, enjoying afternoon tea or eating a light
meal. Its location in a historical home gives it a
cozy ambience, ideal for reading a book while
enjoying one of their delectable sweets. The Gin-
ger serves ine Thai and a variety of international
cuisine as well.

199 Moon Muang Road, Sriphum Sub-district,
Muang District, Chiang Mai, Thailand
Tel: +66 (0) 5341 9014

RecommendedMenu:
Thai set platter and pomelo salad
Style:
Thai & International cuisine
SuggestedTime:
10.00 - 24.00 hrs.
 
Enjoy fresh seafood in Chiang Mai at this lively little restaurant. Kick back and relax, take pleasure in the live folk music and sip on your favorite spirit at the full bar. A multitude of delectable seafood dishes will give your taste buds a healthy workout, while your senses soak up the satisfying ambience. This is a must visit restaurant for the
avid seafood connoisseur who enjoys a fun ambience and great fair.

 
RecommendedMenu:
• Deep-fried sea bass
• Tiger prawns with tamarind
• Black crab with curry powder
Style:
Thai Seafood
SuggestedTime:
Dinner 17.00 - 24.00 hrs.
100/14 Mahidol Road, Padad Sub-district,
Muang District, Chiang Mai, Thailand
Tel: +66 (0) 5390 5042
 
 
 
 
‘Happiness isn’t something you experience, it’s something you remember,’ says one of several
large wall decorations encourag-ing customers to let go at The Monkey Club, a very popular restaurant and pub in the Nimman haemin area. Go early to secure a table in the glass-fronted hall to join in with Chiang Mai’s young night crowd grooving to the pop,
rock and indie beats from the house DJs and bands in one of Chiang Mai’s most popular pubs. The Bar of the Malibu and a terrace beyond the main entrance, provides an open-air space and more of a restaurant atmosphere for savoring the ine food.

7 Soi 9, Nimmanhaemin Road, Suthep Sub-district, Muang District, Chiang Mai, Thailand
Tel: +66 (0) 5322 6997-8

RecommendedMenu:
Spicy ‘deep-fried green papaya salad
Style:
Restaurant & Pub
SuggestedTime:
18.00 - 01.00 hrs.
 
   
 
     
  Young women enjoy going to this low-rise modernistic pub hidden behind a high wall from the road outside. Beyond the entrance, fans spray cooling mists over an open-air lounge and smoking area in front of the main structure, which houses a split level auditorium where bands play to a loor of revelers sitting or dancing around tables. The fun level is off the charts as this place gets jumping. Get ready for a night of entertainment in a contem-
porary and elegant atmosphere.

2/3 Klong Chonprathan Road, Suthep Sub-district,
Muang District, Chiang Mai, Thailand
Tel: +66 (0) 5322 6997-8