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The White Plate Cafe, Chiang Mai

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Stopped by the white plate the other day after the gym for lunch. I tried the steak sandwich with fries. I was quite please with it. The steak was cooked perfectly as were the onions. The rest of the sandwich is a good mix of veggies, Lettuce, tomato etc and the restaurants homemade sauces. I've eaten here a few times and i must say the fries here are top notch...can't think of anywhere else that even compares.

The meal in total was about 200 baht, which is a good deal for a quality sandwich. I usually go here for the burgers, but i'm glad i tried something new. The sandwich is a good choice for lunch. Just the right size so your full, but not stuffed.

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My girlfriend and I had lunch today at the White Plate, for the fifth time since discovering this restaurant. It was hard not ordering the mango and beet burger again, so I tried their ribeye steak dinner. This is another excellent selection. If anyone is planning on visiting this restaurant next week, they said they will be closed next week from this coming Monday until the following Monday. sad.png

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Hopefully I can beat the mad rush when they re-open. Havent been yet but all these positive reviews have got me salivating.... that doesnt sound nice but geez those burgers do look good.

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I wonder what their breakfasts are like. Apparently, they only serve them on weekends, but can't find anything on the internet about what is available.

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Burgers running low but still manage to catch 1 before they close for holiday tomorrow onward........lock.gif.pagespeed.ce.HUpoQX69cx.gifguitar.gif.pagespeed.ce.Rjd-vqhNlw.gif

Looking forward to see them back again on 8 Jan and hope they enjoy their well deserve holiday trip. thumbsup.gif.pagespeed.ce.dtxKiAJ9C7.gif

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Lunch there today for the first time.. the place was empty despite the rave reviews from posers here. The 200 grams of NZ rib eye beef, with cheddar, English bacon and fried egg was superb. The side of fries, 30 baht extra were good but very small portion. No beer sold but available at Rimping a few doors down. The burger costs 300 baht - not inexpensive but worth it if you have a craving for an amazing burger.

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I wouldn't eat a KFC zinger burger if it was free.

Yup.....Tastes like chicken....

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Lunch there today for the first time.. the place was empty despite the rave reviews from posers here. The 200 grams of NZ rib eye beef, with cheddar, English bacon and fried egg was superb. The side of fries, 30 baht extra were good but very small portion. No beer sold but available at Rimping a few doors down. The burger costs 300 baht - not inexpensive but worth it if you have a craving for an amazing burger.

I would rather have 3x upsized KFC complete meals (inc jumbo fries and jumbo pepsi).

Your 300bht was just for the burger, what was the total for 1 meal inc drinks?

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I have not had a really good hamburger for more than 20 years, so am quite willing to pay around, 300 baht for such a filling one, but you can get smaller burger at The White Plate for around.150 baht. The problem is that it is so delicious, that you want a second one.

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Lunch there today for the first time.. the place was empty despite the rave reviews from posers here. The 200 grams of NZ rib eye beef, with cheddar, English bacon and fried egg was superb. The side of fries, 30 baht extra were good but very small portion. No beer sold but available at Rimping a few doors down. The burger costs 300 baht - not inexpensive but worth it if you have a craving for an amazing burger.

I would rather have 3x upsized KFC complete meals (inc jumbo fries and jumbo pepsi).

Your 300bht was just for the burger, what was the total for 1 meal inc drinks?

Without a doubt KFC is a better deal in terms of calories per baht.

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Lunch there today for the first time.. the place was empty despite the rave reviews from posers here. The 200 grams of NZ rib eye beef, with cheddar, English bacon and fried egg was superb. The side of fries, 30 baht extra were good but very small portion. No beer sold but available at Rimping a few doors down. The burger costs 300 baht - not inexpensive but worth it if you have a craving for an amazing burger.

I would rather have 3x upsized KFC complete meals (inc jumbo fries and jumbo pepsi).

Your 300bht was just for the burger, what was the total for 1 meal inc drinks?

There is only one burger there that is 300 baht. There are 6 more that are 140-150. Compared to any decent burger in chiang mai its the cheapest one in town. It's even a comparable price to the shit burgers around town.

Put it into US currency and it's about 5 dollars......burgers anywhere in the west are 10 upwards of 20 dollars.

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Lunch there today for the first time.. the place was empty despite the rave reviews from posers here. The 200 grams of NZ rib eye beef, with cheddar, English bacon and fried egg was superb. The side of fries, 30 baht extra were good but very small portion. No beer sold but available at Rimping a few doors down. The burger costs 300 baht - not inexpensive but worth it if you have a craving for an amazing burger.

I would rather have 3x upsized KFC complete meals (inc jumbo fries and jumbo pepsi).

Your 300bht was just for the burger, what was the total for 1 meal inc drinks?

There is only one burger there that is 300 baht. There are 6 more that are 140-150. Compared to any decent burger in chiang mai its the cheapest one in town. It's even a comparable price to the shit burgers around town.

Put it into US currency and it's about 5 dollars......burgers anywhere in the west are 10 upwards of 20 dollars.

On top of that, what they are selling is not just another "me too" product. They are offering a much higher quality food than what you'll get at greasy spoons and fast food joints.

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Put it into US currency and it's about 5 dollars......burgers anywhere in the west are 10 upwards of 20 dollars.

I'm fairly sure when I was in America, McDs burgers were 99c each.

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Put it into US currency and it's about 5 dollars......burgers anywhere in the west are 10 upwards of 20 dollars.

I'm fairly sure when I was in America, McDs burgers were 99c each.

The White Plate is not a fast food restaurant. It's a place that uses fresh, high quality ingredients and their cook knows how to cook.

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