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Thanks VF...we ate there twice in fact.

 

The mushrooms were especially good as is a prawn and egg dish and the duck.

 

There are many excellent Thai restaurants however in the Rai as you know you lucky beggars!

 

Back in Bangkok now so you can sleep easy. :biggrin:

 

Edit: The eggplant also very tasty.

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A friend showed us a new place I hadn't heard of. Ban Mai Coffee. Way out in the country on a very large lake. Nice coffee and a limited but tasty lunch menu. The view is the feature of the place. Nice destination if you want a pleasant drive in the country. Just google map it if interested.

 

 

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"Just google map it if interested."

 

That is not working with "Ban Mai Coffee".

 

I found one place in Bangkok and one place in Hanoi. 

 

Can you not give us a link to Google Maps? 

 

 

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Hmm. I was driving and friend was giving directions off the phone using google map. I guess you must spell it in Thai. And it's listed as a guest house instead of coffee shop. There are a few rental bungalows on site.

 

Anyway, it's on the shores of beautiful lake Mae Tak, about 30km SE of Chiang Rai. Just past Wat Chai Ya Phon, which is on google map (in English).  It's the next left past the Wat and there are signs. Be warned, after you turn left the last 200 meters is a horrible dirt road.

 

Try this link for บ้านไม้ปรายเมฆ:

https://goo.gl/maps/CTPqugfiK2w

 

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Interesting, the last time I visited that reservoir there was nothing but nature and no development.  It is off the beaten track for me but if I am ever out the way I will have a look.

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27 minutes ago, sceadugenga said:

I got taken to lunch at Sanfran Burger and Beer today, apparently it moved to that little soi that cuts the corner off by the Clocktower, there's a few night opening bars there.

The burgers were tasty and inexpensive, I think the bill was about 350B for two and two soft drinks.

Not a big menu, a ground beef and a ground pork in two sizes.

Comes with wedges.

I thought it was a good quick lunch option.

Can you please give directions. If it helps i know whare the previous location was.

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Walk north past the WangCome Hotel on JedYod Road, there's a small soi to your right before the new ClockTower.

Turn in there.

 

 

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Got bought breakfast at Chivit Thamma Da today, the scrambled eggs with smoked salmon is really something special.

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About 40 minutes out of town, I believe Regallo is the best. 

 

Some people have liked Food Wishes, (IF that is the right name) in Bandu. I had a mixed experience there.

 

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Anyone missing their Doi Chaang Coffee fix after the demise of the former popular city cafe should get down to the one on Talanai road, just around the corner from the Provincial Court.

Great coffee in very pleasant garden surroundings, a perfect city center break.

 

 

 

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On 5/15/2019 at 8:33 AM, charliebadenhop said:

About 40 minutes out of town, I believe Regallo is the best. 

 

Some people have liked Food Wishes, (IF that is the right name) in Bandu. I had a mixed experience there.

 

Any more info on Regallo? Google is giving me nothing

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