Cafes in Chiang Mai
Arts and Crafts;Polaroid Film;Analog Film;Analog Film Processing;Cafes
- The Urban Vintage
European sausages and even Currywurst in Chiang Mai?! Before we had to travel to the darkest corners of Pattaya to get these.
Cafes;Restaurants;German Cuisine;Thai Cuisine;Danish Hotdogs;Currywurst
- North Hill and Sireeampan City Lounge
City Lounge of the North Hill City Resort in Hang Dong
- Bagel House Travel Cafe
Breaking out of the usual "toast with jam and egg" mold and offering tasty bagels at good prices. One of the most popular up-and-coming breakfast places in Chiang Mai.
Cafes;Bakeries;Ice Cream;Restaurants;Vegetarian Cuisine
- Gallery 24
A good example of how to turn a house into a guesthouse. Very pleasant and green surroundings. Good and quiet location.
- Yaai-nuan Coffee
Cheap coffee and free wifi.
At the beginning of the millenium, there were NO coffee shops in Chiang Mai, now they're on EVERY corner. This place is very new (opened in early 2015) so there isn't much feedback yet. Alas, if you buy five coffees, you presently get one free, making it six (!) coffees!
- Ponganes Espresso
Sterile hipster place with goodish coffee, no WiFi
- Rider's Corner
Popular with the motorcycle touring crowd. Known for steaks and heavy breakfasts.
- Lovin' Secrets
New place at an airy location on Santhitham.
Snakes in small glass boxes on tables, probably not good for animal lovers.
- Corner Bistro
New place that makes an effort in terms of ambience extending to the food. Another huge positive is the (extremely rare) opening time until midnight, especially great for tourists on home clock seeking a late dinner.
- Drink More
Cool name and fresh fruit.
Fruit Shakes;Restaurants;Thai Cuisine;Coffee;Cafes
- Phuphiang Coffee
It's pronounced "Poo Piang". Don't let that deter you.
- Jario Coffee
Friendly place with good coffee and pastries at reasonable prices. A bit crammed for longer stays, so hardly suited for digital nomad sessions.
Coffee Shops;Cafes;Ice Cream
- Blind Coffee & Bakery
A new cafe run by students of the Northern School for the Blind, partly as vocational training. A cafe well worth supporting.
- Hom Pak Hom Kor
Hard to make out what this establishment sells, so only three reviews in four years. But the thick chocolate (cocoa) may be worth the trip.
- Pern Coffee
Coffee shops have proliferated in recent years. Coffee is easy to prepare and has good margins. This place looks especially cozy.
Coffee Shops;Cafes;Bakeries;Ice Cream
- Akha Ama Coffee
Ratchadamnoen Branch of this Coffee Chain
- A While
Cafe with a Jazz theme
- Come-On Place
Older low profile place that accepts pets to some extent while the lobby is home to a number of dogs. It's hard to make out that this is a hotel or other form of accommodation. Leafy and quiet near the south-western corner of the moat, right next to the Suan Buak Haad Park.
Snow Ice;Cafes;Pubs;Bars;Korean Ice
- Homwhan Coffee Shop
Small and cozy coffee shop.
- The Glasshouse Chiang Mai
European Thai and French food served in a modern environment
Restaurants;Thai Cuisine;Western Cuisine;Cafes;Desserts
- Pop Am
Not bad, but nothing special.
Cafes;Restaurants;Thai Cuisine;Western Cuisine
Cafes;All-Day Breakfast;Free WiFi;Pasta;Restaurants;Thai Cuisine
- 9th Street Coffee and Alcohol
Innovative coffee creations.
- La Mango
Newly opened in late 2014, a great place for people watching (in the high season. Sticky rice with mango is served here with black rice, a better combo than the all-sweet white rice version.
- Pyramid Coffee Pu Sariang กาแฟพีระมิด ภูสะเรียง
Low profile coffee place, which may be good or bad. No sign in English except on the door. Gives you the chance to post the first online reviews.
Restaurants;Bars;Cafes;Vegetarian Cuisine;Vegan Cuisine