Discover Restaurants offering the best Italian food in Chiang Rai Province, Thailand. Chiang Rai (Thai: เชียงราย, pronounced [t͡ɕʰīaŋ.rāːj]; Lanna: ᨩ᩠ᨿᨦᩁᩣ᩠ᨿ, pronounced [tɕiaŋ.haːj] is the northernmost province of Thailand. It is bordered by the Shan State of Myanmar to the north, Bokeo Province of Laos to the east, Phayao to the south, Lampang to the southwest, and Chiang Mai to the west.
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4 based on 78 reviews
This Restaurant in Chiang Rai offer European, American and Thai Ã la carte. Fine dining in a romantic setting.
Well, everything started from my desire to eat a good steak in Chiang Rai. Having read about this place, we with my husband decided to check it. Before we come i had an impression that it's cafe with medium-priced menu. OMG. How wrong we were.Having opened the menu and seeing the prices, initially, i couldn't even believe my eyes: average price for steak more than 1000 baht! Seriously? Well, ok, we can afford it. But. This place isn't look like Michelin restaurant. Moreover, it isn't even look like restaurant. Cafe, no more,no less. Where the owner of this place had taken this prices? Well, ok, the size of the steaks is quite big - rather more, than in other steakhouses, but what about drinks? I prefer to drink wine (the glass is cost about 400 baht,by the way), but my husband prefers beer. And what we see in the beer menu? Yes, of course: conventional "Chang", "Leo" and the rest of beers, which we can buy in any 7/11 store. Yet again, seriously? The owner suggests my husband to eat the steak, cost 1500 baht, drinking "Chang" at the same time? No. It's not funny at all. I don't know, whether the other dishes are delectable, or not, but the name of the place is "Steak Specialist' and the concept of this place,in my opinion, absolutely hasn't coincide with what we expected from this place. There is why, i give only one star out of five.Hello, your feedback is either a joke Or you are just a cheeky person!They write: "average price for steak more than 1000 baht! Seriously?"This is absolutely wrong! They either are not able to read a menu properly or they are deliberately lying!Everyone can see on our website or, of course, on the menu; a rump steak starts at 570 baht including side dishes, sauce etc. We have 7 different beef steaks on the menu!Example 350 grams (!) Rib Eye imported from Australia, with beans in bacon, corn with homemade potato wedges and a red wine-thyme sauce or a pepper sauce. Price 1,060 baht.This is an average fair price in Chiang Rai.As I said, our steaks are IMPORTED from Australia. Grilled on lava rock. We are not talking about a "rag" from any small bistro where they get 150 grams of Thai beef with fries and salad for 400 Baht.In short, they deliberately lie or are unable to die in good restaurants.Then you write: "This place does not look like a restaurant but like a cafe?"Seriously? You just want to sell us here for stupid, right?I'm just wondering if this is a fake rating (paid by a competitor).You write: "Where the owner of this place had taken this prices?"I have calculated this. Professional, as I have learned in my German gastronomy education. So I calculate the prices and consider the market. We have priced +/- just like other equivalent restaurants in Chiang Rai. Can anyone easily check by just checking a few prices online.They write. We only have Leo and Chang beer and the like from the supermarket.Yes, we have six beers to choose from. We do not have so much storage and find six beers are enough.By the way: outside is the same menu as in the restaurant. WHY DO YOU COME IN and order? Then you go somewhere else to dine. That's why at restaurants, the menu is hung in front of the door! It seems like you really need to be told how to go out for dinner in a restaurant. How old are they? 6 years?And last but not least, the owner would have recommended a steak for 1,500. That's not true. First, we do not have a 1,500 baht steak on the menu and the owner - Tida Schaller was absent that night.If my staff have recommended you the T-bone steak 550 grams for 1,290 Baht (again including side dishes), then there will be a reason. You could just order a steak if you know it so well.In short, you are deliberately lying, misrepresenting and wondering why?And again I ask, why Tripadvisor does not do anything against this?Dear Reader, my feedback may sound outrageous, but I'm upset and annoying this appraisal system here enormously.Take a look at our website online. There you recognize:1) Our restaurant looks like a restaurant2) We have 3 local beer (80 baht each, which is really cheap for a restaurant) and 3 imported beers.3) You will see our menu including prices. You can compare this with other restaurants in Chiang Rai and see wur are in some dishes cheaper 40 baht or more expensive 40 baht.Or just have a completely different sense of quality.As I said. This person here is deliberately lying, is simply eating and recognizing quality, or simply a common man. I have never read such a false feedback on the internet as this one.Best regards,Michael Schaller
Cafe and Restaurant, Grill and Chill Bar
It's such a hidden place but really worth the journey to find it :) The food is delicious and big portion! They are also very flexible with the ingredients if you have any allergies or special requirements. What you see on the picture is exactly how you will receive your meal. Really tasty, good value for money. Club sandwich is a must :)Thank you so much ^ ^Have a wonderful trip in Thailand (Krob-Khun-Krub)
5 based on 72 reviews
The contemporary setting of Baan Dhalia is accented with rustic Thai details and stunning views over the Mekong Valley that make for an unforgettable Golden Triangle dining experience. The Italian and Mediterranean cuisine is complemented by an extensive
The restaurant is a hidden gem located in the hotel. From the service to the food- nothing could be faulted, it was amazing. Even though the restaurant was busy service was fast. Will definitely come back next time i am in Chiang Saen with the family.Dear Smiley_Face1621,Thank you once again for another glaring review of our outlet at the Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort.It was a pleasure meeting you in person and to read the feedback of your dining experience. Please do reach out to us upon your next visit when you are in town with the family.Best Regards,Jean-Marc PougnetFood and Beverage Manager
4 based on 81 reviews
Looked at first like we had gone wrong! However service and food were tops and the price even better!
4 based on 108 reviews
The Bistro at Chiang Rai Condotel is the nexus of the expat community and where many foreign tourists hang out. Serving home style European dishes and simple Thai dishes in an relaxed elegant atmosphere. Sample our specials...they change daily.
I ate here for both breakfast and dinner and found the food and service to be very good. They have a new chef / manager from the uk that started a month or so ago and they have a new menu. I recommend the pork steak which is excellent. Great coffee too and the staff makes you feel welcome.
4 based on 107 reviews
Fresh Homemade Italian Pizza New York Style, Our specially home cook style and We also make gluten free pizza and pasta. Ingredients are import from Italy.
Di Angello makes wonderful pizza's with great taste. Service is wonderful, often you will be helped by the owners themselves, who are very friendly and accommodating. So not only good service but also excellent food. We love their pizza, but their lasagna is also great. Highly recommended!
4 based on 88 reviews
7he Vow "A Taste of Love" -Freshly cooked, baked and brewed selections to make your day. -Clean food, Good taste, Great view -Our restaurant is located in Chiangkhong (Chiangrai, Thailand)
Happened to stay nearby and chanced upon this restaurant/cafe. Has really great ambience & food. Tried their lemon soda (real lemon juice), fried cheese wanton (really enjoyed this!) whilst my friends tried their coffee, mocca, green tea frappe and carbonara (was slightly dissapointing... the sauce was not that creamy)All in all a great stop for food and a break, the dining area on the first floor has air conditioning!Dear yewys,Greetings from 7he Vow!Thank you for sharing such a positive comments for our restaurant. We're so glad you enjoy and like our place. Our dishes are all home cooked and served fresh to guarantee best quality so we are very happy to know that you enjoyed eating with us.Best regards,7he Vow
4 based on 217 reviews
I was given high recommendations for this restaurant, but was generally disappointed. There was nothing special about the chicken pizza I ordered - I have tasted plenty better at other Italian food establishments in Chiang Rai. In addition my wife ordered Salmon pasta and just got a few dots of flaky grilled salmon - nothing like a generous portion of smoked salmon served by other Italian restaurants. Our grandkids enjoyed their meals. It was very busy and completely full by 7.00pm on a Monday night - glad we came at 6.00pm and got the last large table.
4 based on 429 reviews
WOOD FIRED FROM THE HEART FAVOLA, a specialty Italian restaurant by the Kok River, is the ultimate riverside dining destination in Chiang Rai for the "lazy gourmet" in a contemporary country scene, with breathtaking views of the Kok River and surrounding
Nice situation near the river. Amuse Boucher was good. The pizza is very thin and crisp and good. The risotto not so good. It tasted as if cream had been added making it sickly. The seafood was one prawn, two mussels and three pieces of over cooked rubbery squid. Not good and it lacked flavour. You must try the rhubarb crumble with tiramisu ice cream, very Italian? but delicious. Glasses of wine are extremely small however 100ml so work out expensive Dear lindseyknightThanks for your review. We are sincere apologize for your experience not met your expectation, so we will use your valuable feedback to deliver an even better experience next time. Please reach out to [[email protected]] with any further comments or suggestions you wish to share.Again, thank you for taking the time to review our restaurantBest Regards,ChanjiraFood and Beverage Manager
4 based on 168 reviews
We do the best pizza on the Mekong. Or so our customers say. Thin, slightly crispy crust with organic salads and very good Australian beef for those who don't want pizza. Don't forget to try the fresh chocolate chip cookies. There's the usual assortment o
that golden triangle village can be disappointing but this dining experience wont be; two tables outside; 6 inside air con; pizzas are fast and quite good; co-owners are personable; english is perfect;i go for the philly cheesesteak but eveything is good; type of place u spend 2x longer than u planned;for such a touristy area, quite reasonable pricing
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