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Had lunch yesterday at a spot new to me. Huen Sabaidee in Chiang Saen. A vietnamese/thai place. More vietnamese items on the menu than many places I've been to. Including the ban mi sandwiches and real vietnamese drip coffee from robusta beans. Nice place with indoor air con seating. A bit hard to find as it's back of the town next to the wall. Directions on google map. Great stop if you're passing through Chiang Saen.

 

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I see Chiang Rai Cheese is moving into town, according to their FaceBook page to a site near the OverBrook Hospital.

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On 7/15/2019 at 1:26 PM, scorpio1945 said:

An extension to Hungary Wolfs

So where that coffee shop was? Good location for me as I can hit both spots with one stop.

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Went to Isaan 101 recently, near the entrance to CRPAO School. Excellent meal. Best Isaan food I've had since moving here.

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Today we had dinner at Chiangrai Delicatessen.  I had Cordon Bleu and it was as always just fantastic! My wife had Spaghetti something and she was also happy with the dinner.
They have a very good selection of beer from different countries.

 

Link to Chiangrai Delicatessen in Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/ZBg1iExrzdphqPwm7

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Got talked into lunch at Bite Club, a newish small cafe opposite the Kasikorn Bank near the ClockTower.

 

At 129B the fish and chips was a good lunch size and my companion's spicy chicken burger huge with more "waffle" fries than he could eat.

He said that as dressed salad was added they should have toasted the bun to hold it together as he ended up eating it with a knife and fork.

I enjoyed Australian Bundaberg Ginger Beer from the wine list at 95B.

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The reliable Ribs and Co did not disappoint today, it remains one of the best lunch options in the town center.

 

Good service and good food at a good price remain a staple.

Fish and chips, spaghetti and meatballs, two coffees and a Scheppes lemon soda all for under 500B.

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On 10/9/2019 at 10:47 AM, XJ650 said:

Today we had dinner at Chiangrai Delicatessen.  I had Cordon Bleu and it was as always just fantastic! My wife had Spaghetti something and she was also happy with the dinner.
They have a very good selection of beer from different countries.

 

Link to Chiangrai Delicatessen in Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/ZBg1iExrzdphqPwm7

Is it an actual deli re bread rolls, cold cuts etc? Can't find much about it and doesn't look like they have a website or facebook page

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He's out on the Hot Springs Road, Soi Honglee/ Pa Ngew roads.

He certainly has the makings, a bit difficult to find and only open after 1pm Tues/Wed/Thurs.

 

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Stopped off at the relatively new Doowall Coffee house and hotel today.

Short menu, we had pad thai and pad kra pou with two coffees for about 350B.

Both meals and coffees were first rate.

 

From the main Highway turn right at the White temple, once you are just past the temple complex it's well signposted and about a kilometer off 1208 to your left heading north west.

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Finally got to Beers and Restaurant for the first time since they moved to their new location at the New Bus Station.

Well worth the trip with big meals at a good price, the stews and goulash sound great for this time of the year.

I took some cheese from his fridge as well, 200gms of imported blue for 120B will not be beaten anywhere else in Chiang Rai. They have Gouda at a similar price.

Very sociable host as well.

 
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It's a lot easier to find than the old place was.

 

Coming from town on the highway turn left at the new bus station traffic lights.

Follow the access road past the shops on the left, turn right behind the bus station then right again at the next row of shops, you will see it on your left.

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