Upon arriving to Chiang Mai, Sirichai was the first place I stumbled upon with a growling stomach and growing curiosity. Peeking in, I saw a large crowd of hungry customers devouring plates of steaming white chicken meat covered in a thick brown sauce. This made me even more ravenous! After a two-week stint in Delhi, I was
Looking for the most authentic eats in Chiang Mai can be difficult. There are so many options to choose from, and not all food is created equal (as I have learned the hard way). Coming across Gai Yang Cherng Doi was one of the best things that happened to me in Chiang Mai. Highly underestimated,
Eating street food in Chiang Mai is a must! As soon as I arrived in town, I began gawking at the dazzling array of street food vendors lined up against the backdrop of closed warehouses. The interesting part about street food in Chiang Mai is not just the vast quantity of it, but the diversity.
I am captivated by the unknown and anything foreign or new. I want to try dishes I’ve never heard of before, especially if I can’t imagine the taste. I’m always on the hunt for that new and exotic meal.