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Chiang Mai’s Night Bazarre has far too many dining options to list, from local gems to Subway, McDonald’s and Starbucks.
To help narrow the selection, here are seven great places to eat near Chiang Mai’s Night Bazarre:
The setting at Baan Jangarpor—a restored, 150-year-old teak house—is the main attraction, but the local Thai dishes are a pleasure, too. Just a five-minute walk from the Night Bazarre, you’ll want to make reservations. It gets crowded.
A collection of small eateries featuring fresh, made-to-order dishes, heavy on seafood, which can be seen on ice or in tanks out front. Prices are reasonable.
Adorned with traditional local crafts and wall hangings, Ka Kab Kang is a cozy place to eat with friends.
A piece of Paris in Chiang Mai, everything here is made fresh in house, from the breakfast jam to the goose liver pate. Try the Illy coffee.
A solid lunchtime destination, Thai and international cuisine is served in a quaint books and crafts store.
A Thai-Indian restaurant with 30 years of history, Whole earth is set in a traditional wooden Thai house and features a large vegetarian menu.
Offering Thai and International cuisine, you can dine inside or outside, under the Yaang Come tree.