If Shoes, No Service
Here in the US, at times you see a sign that says "No Shirt, No Shoes, No Service" meaning that you need to be fully dressed to enter the establishment.
But here in Thailand, that's not always the case. ;)
At this restaurant located in the Old City, Cooking Love, shoes are not permitted. So leave them at the door and come on in for a meal!
We started off with a Thai Tea and a Mango Smoothie
Added a water and continued on with a stir fry dish and a northern specialty: Khao Soi, a unique and delicious curry dish for which Chiang Mai is well known. I later ended up giving my leftovers to a homeless man on the street who we chatted with for a few minutes. I probably wasn't going to eat it in the hotel room anyway, and if he was really homeless I imagine he appreciated it. It was tasty!! :o)
Here's the view from our table.. where you can check out the kitchen area.
We only ate in 2 restaurants while in Chiang Mai, because the rest of the time we just ate street food. <3
This was a great place and you should check it out!
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