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Best Rib Eye Steak I Have Ever Had In Chiang Mai

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Went to a Birthday Party at Bistro1 Nim City Next Door to Wine Connections and near Rimping Supermarket and i was Amazed with the great selection of International Beer/Wine 28 Types, After looking at all the great food coming out of the kitchen my eye was fixed on this Rib Eye Steak, I asked if the Steak Thai Beef, They Awnser it is Thai/French Breed and its ( ku brand) Which has been aged 21 day, 395 Baht and come with a choise of veg and a choise of 8 sauces,wow worth every Thai Baht.

the food at Bistro 1 is 100% Excellent and Good service,the Menu is Western and Thai and the Customers are a good mix of Thai and Western people Eating their. I will be back their next weekend, A Tasteful Restaurant

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Off topic/bickering posts removed. That didn't take long.

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They must get the beef from the Thai/French butcher on Canal Road. I have been buying Rib Eyes from them for over a year and it is without a doubt the best beef I can get in Chiang Mai.

They supply several restaurants in town.

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They must get the beef from the Thai/French butcher on Canal Road. I have been buying Rib Eyes from them for over a year and it is without a doubt the best beef I can get in Chiang Mai.

They supply several restaurants in town.

KU Beef is a from the Co-Op formed by Kasetsart University http://www.kubeef.com

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Can you tell me where specifically the butcher is located on the Canal Road?

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They must get the beef from the Thai/French butcher on Canal Road. I have been buying Rib Eyes from them for over a year and it is without a doubt the best beef I can get in Chiang Mai.

They supply several restaurants in town.

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Can you tell me where specifically the butcher is located on the Canal Road?

Thanks.

Likewise, I would like to know too.

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Can you tell me where specifically the butcher is located on the Canal Road?

Thanks.

Likewise, I would like to know too.

Cheers

QUOTE : KILT Feb 2011: This Forum

"For anyone looking for T-Bones or any other cut to cook themselves, I highly recommend the Thai/French butcher shop located on Irrigation Canal Road about 100 meters south of the Pu Come hotel - part of a restaurant called "Pon Yang Kham".

Very high quality beef and very good butchers on site. They will cut to order. You name the thickness. I love their Ribeye. Never frozen.

They supply many high end restaurants and hotels in town but are happy to cut just one steak."

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I eat there all the time the beef is out of this world and you can get any cut you want and it's 2 minutes from my house.

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More off topic bickering deleted. For heaven's sake, go meditate or something. Its just steak.

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They must get the beef from the Thai/French butcher on Canal Road. I have been buying Rib Eyes from them for over a year and it is without a doubt the best beef I can get in Chiang Mai.

They supply several restaurants in town.

KU Beef is a from the Co-Op formed by Kasetsart University http://www.kubeef.com

Very good quality steak it is too! We use their fillet at The Olde Bell, though, I must admit, for Rib Eye we use New Zealand - excellent quality! We sell a lot!

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Can you tell me where specifically the butcher is located on the Canal Road?

Thanks.

Likewise, I would like to know too.

Cheers

QUOTE : KILT Feb 2011: This Forum

"For anyone looking for T-Bones or any other cut to cook themselves, I highly recommend the Thai/French butcher shop located on Irrigation Canal Road about 100 meters south of the Pu Come hotel - part of a restaurant called "Pon Yang Kham".

Very high quality beef and very good butchers on site. They will cut to order. You name the thickness. I love their Ribeye. Never frozen.

They supply many high end restaurants and hotels in town but are happy to cut just one steak."

Yeah, that's the place. Sorry for not getting back sooner... I'm back in the USA on a different time zone

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hey i from out of town and im struggling to find canal road any pointers large land marks etc thanks

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Kantary Hills just off Nimman had best steak I ever had in CM.

john

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hey i from out of town and im struggling to find canal road any pointers large land marks etc thanks

Ok head WEST along HUAY KAEW RAOD towards the mountains and DOI SUTHEP.

Keep travelling WEST after the first major intersection ( where the AMARI hotel is on the

SOUTH EASTERN corner ) until you come to the second major intersection of HUAY KAEW

ROAD and CANAL ROAD. You will see a DUNKIN DONUTS on the South Western corner

of this intersection and this in the building where the PUE COME hotel is.

Turn LEFT at this intersection so you are heading SOUTH on CANAL road and just as the road bends

slightly to the SOUTH EAST, about 50 metres after this you will see a ROUND SHAPED CONDO

building on your LEFT on Canal Road and the restaurant and butcher shop

is virtually opposite this condo building on the other side of Canal Road.

And thank you very much to those who have mentioned this place in this thread ! :jap:

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took a drive up to chiangmai today and got me some tbones mighty fine well worth the drive bbq just the ticket

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