Chiang Mai cuisine is known for its usage of ingredients like chilli, fish sauce, tamarind, lemongrass and coconut milk.
Roast chicken and noodles
Rice noodles are a staple among locals, and the roast chicken you get served in Chiang Mai come in various styles and flavours.
Hotels and Restaurants
A traveller staying at a Chiang Mai hotel – the likes of Anantara Chiang Mai Resort – is invariably treated to the delights of the domestic cuisine; international cuisines are available too if you’d rather stick to what you are used to.
Chiang Mai streets are lined with small stalls selling a variety of Thai food. If you’ve had your fill of refined dining, the roadside food vendors in the city will offer you just what you need – Tom Yum Soup, Pad Thai and Khai Jiao are a few dishes you can enjoy at the streets of Chiang Mai.
The city is packed with expats, and for their benefit, there are a few cafes serving western food – Nimman neighbourhood is where you’ll find the best cafes in Chiang Mai.
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