Unique and RARE THAI FOOD in Chiang Mai, Thailand! | Best Restaurants in Chiang Mai Tour

Unique and RARE THAI FOOD in Chiang Mai, Thailand! | Best Restaurants in Chiang Mai Tour
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CHIANG MAI, THAILAND – In this video I’m going to show you a mix of restaurants and street food in Chiang Mai – and everything a little rare, unique, or unheard of. We ate a one of a kind satay in Chiang mai for breakfast, had rare Thai food for lunch, and amazing seafood for dinner – but seafood in Chiang Mai? I’m going to share all the restaurants with you here.

Beef satay (เนื้อสะเต๊ะใต้ต้นข่อย) – For breakfast we went to a small street food stall serving a unique type of beef satay (เนื้อสะเต๊ะ). It was cool to sit down right where they were being grilled and eat stick after stick. The beef was so juicy, but the sauce was a little sweet for me.
Price – 5 THB ($0.15) per stick

Saiyut’s Kitchen (ครัวอาจารย์สายหยุด) – This is a top restaurant in Chiang Mai that serves a mix of high end, Royal, and old family Thai recipes. Here are the main dishes we ordered:

Saeng wa goong (แสร้งว่ากุ้ง)
Nam prik kai boo (นำ้พริกไข่ปู)
Chaw muang (ช่อม่วง)
Kratong tong (กระทงทอง)
Karawaek sodsee (การะเวกสอดสี)
Room (หรุ่ม)
Chiang da pad kai (เชียงดาผัดไข่)
Khao yam (ข้าวยำ)
Pla tod samoon prai (ปลาทอดสมุนไพร)
Gaeng ranjuan (แกงรัญจวน)
Mee krob Chaowang (หมี่กรอบชาววัง)

The food was overall quite good. It’s not always my personal favorite type of Thai food, but I did enjoy the food here, and the presentation and history. Food is more on the sweet side than spicy side. Well worth trying when you’re in Chiang Mai.
Total price – 1,725 THB ($52.31)

Lerd Rote Tai Rom Ma-Feuang (เลิศรสใต้ร่มมะเฟือง) – Finally on this best restaurants tour of Chiang Mai we decided to go to a restaurant that many locals from Chiang Mai recommend for seafood. Yes, I was a little hesitant to eat seafood in Chiang Mai, considering its distance from the ocean, be we went for it. Turned out to be quite an amazing seafood meal, although expensive, it was delicious.

Shrimp chilies salt (กุ้งพริกเกลือ)
Tom yum fish (ต้มยำปลา นำ้ใส)
Black pepper crab (ปูผัดพริกไทยดำ)

Total price – 2,000 THB ($60.65)

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  1. I don't understand why he eats the chili padi (the small green chili) on its own. It's mean't to be eaten with something else. Every time my parents see him doing this, they burst out in explosive, shocked laughter.

  2. hello mark i like all the videos you have posted and as much as i like you going through the food experience im sure all fans that follows your trips on videos would love to se a little more of your wife experience its awesome you are both traveling together and i would like to se her more in your videos that would be more awesome and thanks for all the videos that you have posted in all your trips.

  3. Where is the Satay stand!?! I can find the Hi-So places easily enough, but only have the graffiti on the wall to go on with it.

  4. Note to self: make it over to that seafood restaurant. next time in Chiang Mai.
    The food in all Thailand, especially Chiang Mai, is incredible

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