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Chiang Rai is a spectacular city in the mountainous region of northern Thailand. Surprising to most, it is the oldest metropolis of the country. Chiang Rai is located in a province of the same name. The cool climate, the ethnic diversity, and the indigenous hill tribes attract tourists from different continents. As a result, over a short span of time, several restaurants and food joints have sprung up. We have introduced some of them below.

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Chivit Thamma Da Coffee House & Bistro

Chivit Thamma Da Coffee House & Bistro is a small, family-run café situated on the borders of Kok River. It offers fresh and home-produced food, bakery, coffee, and other drinks to its customers. The views of the waters as well as birds and flowers let people enjoy a slow, simple, and beautiful life. This peaceful haven is the best choice for travellers looking forward to relax and have a hot cup of coffee during their possibly tiring trips.

Barrab

Barrab is a lovely eating place featuring dark wooden walls and tables, which strike a stunning contrast against its modern ambience. The classic Thai cuisine served is simply delectable and mouth watering. Many past visitors have unanimously agreed that this place is quite different from others of its kinds. This may be one of the key reasons why it’s a favourite amongst tourists. The professional and polite staff fulfils the requirements of the patrons.

Jatujak Gallery & Restaurant

Want to dine in an elegant place? Consider the Jatujak Gallery & Restaurant! It presents traditional, local cuisine with an essence of modern twist. There’s something for every foodie here; thanks to the extensive menu! The marvellous decorations radiate elegance, reminiscent of a vintage art gallery. The lighting does its bit to make the Jatujak Gallery & Restaurant cosy and comfortable.

Hungry Wolf’s

Set up in 2014, Hungry Wolf’s is a restaurant, which offers American-style food in American-style sizes. Sandwiches, burgers, pizzas, desserts, and appetizers are a few of the many items to be savoured here. The main course includes Chunky Meat Pie, Seared Salmon, and Sausagefest etc. Home delivery and takeaway services are available too! People can ‘Come Hungry, Leave Happy’ from the Hungry Wolf’s, undoubtedly.

Melt in Your Mouth

Melt in Your Mouth is a casual cafe, tea room, and homely dining venue presenting coffee, tea, cake, desserts, wine, western cuisine, and tasty northern Thai food. The view of the river from the restaurant is truly spellbinding! Melt in Your Mouth is the right spot for a delightful start to the day.

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