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Nimmanhaemin. Chiang Mai.

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Dayli

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( 2 Reviews ) Tags: beer, drink, food, outdoors, romantic, smoothies, thailand

Yummy Thai in an Outdoor Space

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The Salad Concept

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( 1 Review ) Tags: hydroponic salads, pasta.

Pastas and salads. Seating indoors (airconditioning) and outdoors

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Pizza Rustica

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The only worthwhile pizza in Chiang Mai

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Burmese Food

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Best dinner you can get for under a $1.50

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Warm Up

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High-so nightclub

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I-Berry

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( 1 Review ) Tags: art, ice cream, shopping, thailand

Ice cream with an Edge

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Punpun

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Organic Vegetarian Restaurant with spirituality

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I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! »

5.0 Stars

If it's ice cream with an edge, visit I-berry on Sunday afternoons. You'll know you're there when you are greeted by the giant Mao Tse-Tung statue saluting the 20 foot sunshine yellow half man/half dog statue that guards the entrance. Homemade flavors like banana and cheese (not as scary as it sounds) tamarind, and spicy green mango are sure to delight the taste buds of adventurous types, but for all you boring folk, they have vanilla bean and brownies too. Grab your Mickey Mouse table number and your ice cream will be brought to you by adorable Thai servers in matching fedoras and aprons. If you go at night sit outside next to the massive tree for a romantic evening under the glow of floating paper lanterns. If you can't bare the heat, enjoy the A/C inside and marvel at the ingenuity behind the wire chandeliers filled with multi-colored plastic mugs and funky local artwork. Next door is the I-berry shop which sells recycled journals, cryptic teddy bears, and eccentric neon knicknacks and tees. Am quite obsessed with this place at the moment and went kinda photo happy. Surprised they didn't ask me to leave. It's open late until 11pm. Hope you like it as much as I do. xox-Chloe

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Greetings from Ratdumnern cafe in Chiang Mai. You won't find this high energy neighborhood in your guidebook as it has only developed its flavor in the past five years. Stretching about 15 blocks from Huey Kaew highway to Doi Suthep Road, this funk quarter is a blend of high-so Thai university students and young expats working for NGOs. The hood reeks of cheap trendy eateries, boutiques and outdoor spaces converted into galleries and coffee houses. You should look good, as young Thailand likes to dress up.

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