Our last dinner in Pai was on top of a little hill, over looking some padi fields and the sunset. Was fortunate to be able to catch the sunset and after that sat down for an authentic northern Thai food. This restaurant is at the entrance to the Pai Lanna Resort and is very popular due to the great views. Hence if you do not have any reservations, good luck finding a table. Such a highly rated place, I reckon the food should be good? See my reviews below:
Taste: 4/5. Not everything was good, tom yum soup and green curry was a let down.
Service: 4/5. Not much initiative and they can get really short handed during peak hours.
Ambience: 5/5. They have good views, no doubt about it.
Price: Around 200baht per pax.
RTE: Unlikely. There are a lot more better eating places at Pai Walking Street.
This cake specialty shop is located on the walking street of Pai and I decided to check this place out after seeing so many good reviews about this place. This place is along the road hence it wasn’t difficult to find and it stands out from their neighbors with their decorations.
Rating: 3.5/5. Overrated.
Taste: 3.5/5. Not up to my expectations especially with so many good reviews online.
Service: 3/5. They have an attitude… thinking they are the best cafe around Pai maybe?
One of the restaurants we went for our dinner in Pai. I believe in the day the place has a terrific view of the mountains and padi fields. During the night, it lacks the attractiveness. Since we were clueless of where to eat in Pai, we gave this place a try.
Following up on my previous blog again at http://wp.me/pCcuC-Lw, this blog I’m gonna talk about what we ate in Pai… I must say, love the food there and love the people there too! So much warmth and love! 😉 You can check out more pics about our charity trip to Pai on our Facebook page! Check out the pics:
So we left Chiang Mai and headed towards Pai, which is a mountainous village 3.5 hours north of CM. You know, it’s terribly hard to write about places when you’re on the roads. So I can only lump them together and let the pictures tell the story. Below are pics that we ate and what the locals eat.