a bare bones approach to a city dining guide

1 | navigate below by cuisine, location, establishment type, or price range.
2 | get out there and enjoy.

these are raw notes. the 'notables' are what I likely order each time I go to the posted establishment. if there is a website, I link to it for more information [and for your convenience].

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mo'c mo'l

First thing that comes to mind: warm chocolate lava cake. Be prepared for oohs, aahs, and groans of delight. This dessert is soooo goooood. It takes 15 to 20 minutes, so order it midway through your main course.
IKEA-esque white and black pleather couches, low glass tables, gurgling fountains, dim lighting and crooning cover bands all add to the hi-soish atmosphere for Chiang Mai's chic thirty to forty-somethings.


notables | warm chocolate lava goodness. gyoza.

so-so | generally, the food here is good, but not overly impressive, and neither are the prices [range from 95 baht for a basic appetizer to 380+ baht for an entree dish]

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