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Cheap Eats in Chiang Mai, Thailand

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All my favorite cheap eats in Chiang Mai so you can have great food without blowing the bank!

I was always on the lookout for cheap eats in Chiang Mai as I stayed there a lot longer than originally planned. This was due to getting sick, so a lot of my days were spent in my hostel bed at Kikies House, as well as waiting for  James to fly over to meet me.

As a result of these events I ate at a lot of different places in Chiang Mai over the nearly three weeks I was there. These are my favorite cafes, restaurants and food outlets which are backpacker friendly, tasty and of course cheap! All tested and tried my yours truly.


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New Delhi Indian Restaurant

If I had a dollar for every time I craved Indian food I would have enough money to fund my travels. Okay, not seriously, but I absolutely love Indian food and have tried it in nearly every country I have traveled to.

New Delhi Indian Restaurant was one of three Indian Restaurants I have eaten at in Thailand and I had a few great meals here. As always the portions are large and will for sure keep you full. They have both indoor and outdoor seating with fans and air con. It is a great place to chill out after a busy day to people watch from the balcony with a cold beer. While there I paid $7.50 for a curry, rice, naan and soda.

Opening hours: Sunday- Saturday 11am-12am

Location: 46/32, A, Ratchawithee Road, Chiang Mai

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Markets

One of my favorite things to do in Chiang Mai is exploring all the amazing markets. With such a variety no matter what day of the week it is I promise you will be able to find a market very easy. My personal favorite is the Sunday Night Walking Street Market which is the largest market in Chiang Mai set up 1km along Ratchadamnoen Road.

With such a wide range of food available at the markets it should be your go to place for cheap eats in Chiang Mai. Honestly you cannot go wrong with pad thai and a smoothie.  The samosas cost me $0.75 for three pieces and the coconut ice cream cost $1.00.

Though if you are not visiting on a Sunday or perhaps crowded markets are not your thing there is also:

Chiang Mai Gate Night Food Market

When? Everyday, from 5pm till noon.

Location: Chiang Mai South Gate. Just at the opposite side of the Chiang Mai Gate. Rat Chiang Saen road.

Chang Puak North Gate Food Market

When? Everyday, from 5pm till noon.

Location : Chiang Mai North Gate / Chang Puak Gate.

Saturday Night Market

When? Every Saturday, 5pm – 11pm.

Location : Wualai Road

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Bagel House Cafe & Bakery

Bagel House Cafe & Bakery is my favorite breakfast place for cheap eats in Chiang Mai which make a delicious start to the day. With freshly made bagels and fresh produce it hits the spot. The cafe is set on a quiet road off one of the main streets with both indoor and outdoor seating areas. Also there is a counter cabinet displays the bagel range for the day and the friendly staff always greet you with a smile.

The meals are all put together in a small area out front and are served with a fresh slice of fruit. Though, because of the small preparation area sometimes there is a bit of a wait, but trust me its worth it. I paid $3.60 for a yummy egg, cheese and avocado bagel and a drink which was my regular order the numerous times I visited here.

Opening hours: Sunday- Saturday 8.15am-5pm

Location:  1 Moonmuang Soi 8

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By Hand Pizza Cafe

Located near a the beautiful temple of Wat Lamchang a visit to By Hand Pizza Cafe is the perfect way to spend a warm evening. The pizzas are made right in front of you in the massive pizza oven out front. The freshest ingredients are used and music is always playing. This place definitely has a great atmosphere with an excellent section of drinks.

There are so many options of pizza to choose between, from the classic margarita to vegan options and meat lovers deluxe. No matter your food preference here you are bound to find something you will love. I spent $6.00 for a regular pizza and a drink.

Opening Hours: Saturday- Sunday 5pm-10.30pm

Location: 25 Moon Muang Soi 7 (On Corner Opposite of Wat Lamchang)

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Crepe/ Pancake/ Roti Stands

The treats from the Crepe Stands around Chiang Mai are part of the staple diet for any backpackers traveling Thailand and I love them. They are oily fried sweet goodness covered in chocolate sauce or condensed milk. If you are currently traveling Thailand and haven’t had one yet, please do! They make for the perfect dessert and there are usually also savory options if that’s what you’re craving.

My regular Crepe stand in Chiang Mai is located next to Wat Chiang Man and opposite the Seven Eleven on Ratchapakinai Road. There is no real set time when the Thai gentleman that runs it is there, but it is usually around early lunch until late dinner hours. He is very friendly and makes a damn good crepe for around $1.00. My favorite is condensed milk and banana.

Opening hours: Usually early lunch to late dinner

Location: All over Chiang Mai

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Vigie Sist Cafe

Vigie Sist Cafe is the perfect place for delicious baked goods and a relaxing drink. I loved coming here when I was craving a wonderful slice of cake or something a little sweet. In Chiang Mai I found it quite hard to find a cafe with a cabinet which had cakes etc so Vigie Sist Cafe was a life saver! They are actually quite known for their amazing baked goods, sweet frappes and iced drinks! Its the best way to cool down in the Thai heat.

I also love the decor in here! With a dark wood Lanna feel and so many nick knacks hanging about I could spend hours looking around inside and still not even see it all. Furthermore, the tables are covered in cute white doilies which makes the perfect place for a tea or coffee. I paid $3.75 for a croissant, cake and a tea.

Opening Hours: Sunday- Saturday 7.30am-8pm

Location:  200/3 Moon Muang Soi 6,Rachapakinai Road

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Blue Diamond Breakfast Club

An extremely popular option with the expat community in Chiang Mai is Blue Diamond Breakfast Club. Walking in there is like a beautiful oasis with a river running through the middle of the outdoor area and a little waterfall. The space is abundant with greenery which provides a lot of shade and feels like you’ve been transported to the jungle, a stark contrast to the Chiang Mai streets outside.  The triangular ground pillows you find all over South East Asia are set up alongside low set tables. There are also regular tables inside the restaurant itself and directly outside.

The food here compliments the decor with the freshest ingredients used. There are numerous vegan and vegetarian options which is perfect if you have any dietary requirements. The portions are massive and you will definitely be full by the time you leave. It will give you plenty of energy to go out and explore the amazing Chiang Mai temples. I paid $5.40 for scrambled egg, roast potato, avocado with a bread roll and a green tea.

As well as all this there are also cabinets of freshly made baked goods ranging from cinnamon rolls to bread, to muffins and cheesecakes. You will certainly leave having had a great experience! Just be aware they are not open on Sunday; I found this out the hard way.

Opening Hours: Monday – Saturday 7am-8.30pm

Location: 35/1 MoonMuang Road, Soi 9

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Seven Eleven

What would a cheap eats post be without mentioning the staple eatery for a budget meal in Chiang Mai. Seven Eleven caters for the budget conscious traveler who isn’t fussed about a sit down meal by providing the quickest and most cost effective option. Hot meals are still available which separates it from a lot of convenience stores you would regularly find with microwaves, sandwich presses and boiling water.

Toasted sandwiches are available from as little as $0.60 with options from jam to cheese and sausage and even chocolate! You can even choose between regular bread or croissant bread. There are so many options it is unlikely you will ever get sick of having seven eleven toasties! As well as the generic toasties there are also burgers, sausages, noodles and prepackaged microwave meals. I can not tell you how many times I have eaten lunch or dinner on the stairs of a seven eleven!

Opening Hours: 24/7

Location: Absolutely Everywhere

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Uno Pizza Italy

The Thai owned Uno Pizza Italy and Thai Food Restaurant provides great food for an even better price. The decor is simple and maybe a little too ‘homely’ for some peoples preference (I am pretty sure the back of the restaurants is a families living room). Though, if you are looking for simple and good food this is the place to be.

The owners are lovely and while I was visiting the young daughter was dancing to the background music out back. Soon afterwards a family friend appeared, it is a really homely feel. Though, if you are not bothered by a relaxed atmosphere and basic decor this is the perfect place for you! I paid $6.15 for a margarita pizza and a passion fruit smoothie.

Opening Hours: Saturday- Sunday 11am-10pm

Location: 268 Ratchapakhinai Rd

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93 Comments

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    Outdoors Wonders
    September 15, 2017 at 4:26 am

    Why on Earth did i read your post at lunch time!! Now i’m totally looking at my plate (salad and quinoa) sideways while pouting!!! not so funny…all these options look awesome! I am totally pinning this for future reference!!

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    kauai_teacher
    September 1, 2017 at 5:54 pm

    Nice! Everything looks amazing. By brother is going to Thailand soon, so I’ll be forwarding this to him.

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    Michelle | michwanderlust
    August 30, 2017 at 4:25 pm

    Haha the inclusion of 7-11 made me smile but you’re so right – it belongs in this list! It’s my go-to when I’m feeling lazy and don’t want to brave the crowds at the markets. And I wasn’t entirely enamored of the abundance of (overpriced) hippie cafes in Chiang Mai. Would go back for the khao soi though! yummyyy

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    Sophie Nadeau | solosophie
    August 30, 2017 at 4:42 am

    Some of this food looks absolutely amazing! Those cakes and sweets look particularly good 😀

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    Ellis Veen
    August 29, 2017 at 9:21 pm

    I was in Chiang Mai a couple of years back. Would have loved to know some of your suggestions. The food is great there

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    Justyn Gourdin
    August 29, 2017 at 1:42 pm

    Hey there!! So a couple of things, I love all your images! They all look so universal and it’s really nice! All the food looks amazing! Secondly, I love that you shared the opening hours and locations of things! I have never been to Chang Mai but when I go I don’t have to worry about where I am going to eat!!

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    Ariana del Rio
    August 29, 2017 at 2:54 am

    Just had a some moments of my mouth open in awe of this spread of food in Chiang Mai. Literally want to buy a ticket and just go, and just eat now. Thanks for the tips, noted for my asia trip.

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    LindzMD
    August 29, 2017 at 2:40 am

    I’m absolutely drooling right now! These all look so delicious – I’m definitely keeping these in mind for when I finally get to Chiang Mai!

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    WanderingRedHead
    August 28, 2017 at 11:34 pm

    This post has my mouth watering. I was in Chiang Mai recently and ate my face off. I could spent years there just eating!

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    Tash @ Backpackers Wanderlust
    August 28, 2017 at 10:20 pm

    Thanks! Its an amazing place to visit 🙂

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    Sandy Kul
    August 28, 2017 at 3:08 pm

    I’m travelling to Chaing Mai next year and have jotted down lots of note from this article. Thanks for sharing <3

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    Ella - Wide-Eyed Wanderer
    August 28, 2017 at 5:48 am

    These look so delicious! Chiang Mai is very high on my bucket list and I, like most people haha, love food! Will be saving this for later 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

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    Brianna
    August 28, 2017 at 2:23 am

    It sounds like I need to visit Chiang Mai just to eat! I love how budget friendly this city is. And I’m sure there are tons more to choose from too!

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    Tash @ Backpackers Wanderlust
    August 27, 2017 at 10:06 pm

    There is such a wide variety of eateries! Its amazing

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    Rosie Fluskey
    August 27, 2017 at 8:46 pm

    Haha! I had the best night at Mew Delhi Indian restaurant and many trips to 7/11 (all praise the 7/11 for budget travel!) I would love to return to Chiangmai and try some more of the spots on your list. The blue diamond breakfast club looks gorgeous!!!

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      Tash @ Backpackers Wanderlust
      August 27, 2017 at 9:25 pm

      Haha seven eleven is the best! Chiang Mai is full of amazing dining spots, I swear it is food lover heaven!

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    EMMA
    August 27, 2017 at 8:40 pm

    Oh wow looks delicious! I am going to Chiang Mai in January so I will definitely have to hit up some of these suggestions 🙂

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      Tash @ Backpackers Wanderlust
      August 27, 2017 at 9:26 pm

      Enjoy your time there! Definitely plan your trip so you are staying over a Sunday night as well. Seriously, the night markets on a Sunday are amazing!

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    Ticket to Adventures
    August 27, 2017 at 6:11 pm

    OMG, your photos look absolutely delicious! I love Thai pancakes, banana + nutella is my favourite 🙂

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      Tash @ Backpackers Wanderlust
      August 27, 2017 at 9:27 pm

      Thanks! The majority are all taken on my iphone 6 as I would spend pics to my boyfriend of each meal I ate haha! Ohhh nutella and banana is a good combination as well

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    Jasmine Chen
    August 27, 2017 at 4:16 pm

    I think I might just need to book a flight there so I can eat all this delicious goodness!!!!! And what’s in the photo for the food you had at night markets? Looks kinda like a dessert and I’m definitely intrigued!

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      Tash @ Backpackers Wanderlust
      August 27, 2017 at 9:31 pm

      Haha I would so go back just to eat! Thats coconut ice cream so theres is ice cream with shaved coconut, the blue stuff is rice, the red fruit is some kind of jelly lolly (I think?) and the yellow stuff I am not sure about but it was crunchy and delicious!

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    Gary Holden
    August 27, 2017 at 2:05 pm

    You forgot Butter is Better on Chang Klan Rd great european breakfasts plus some of the street eateries along the road. The Night Markets ,huge variety of foods…the food stalls in Chinatown and Worrorot Market, oh so many more to taste and see…Pad SeeEww moo on Chang Klan by the bank, $3, the noodle shop opposite, Noodles and dumplings or wonton, $8 for two including tea,. ahh got to get back my mouth is dtooling just remembering

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      Tash @ Backpackers Wanderlust
      August 27, 2017 at 9:33 pm

      Haha I only wrote about the places I visited so I can share my experience and decide whether they are good enough to mention. You have definitely listed some places I will have to try next time though!

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        Gary Holden
        August 27, 2017 at 9:41 pm

        there are some great places over the other side of the Ping River as well as good music and food, more expensive than street food, at places right on the river……safe travels, stay well be safe

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    Alex BetterTogether
    August 27, 2017 at 10:27 am

    Oh my goodness I am actually drooling now! love street food 🙂

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    Jaydiaries
    August 27, 2017 at 9:50 am

    AHHH! loved this post! I am so hungry now! so many great places to try when I go for new years!

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    Helena
    August 27, 2017 at 9:32 am

    I am so hungry now(!). Great post and love that you’re including your own commentary too. That avocado bagel looks like the stuff of dreams, think I’ll have to try and replicate that at home!!

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      Tash @ Backpackers Wanderlust
      August 27, 2017 at 9:35 pm

      I swear they have the best avocados in Thailand! Thats a good idea, think I will have to try replicate it as well, though must admit I am not the best cook

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        Helena
        August 28, 2017 at 9:42 am

        Yeah, to be fair I can imagine myself burning the egg and mashing the avocado….maybe we should leave it to the professionals lol.

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          Tash @ Backpackers Wanderlust
          August 28, 2017 at 10:22 pm

          Haha totally! Plus I enjoy the food more when I haven’t spent the last hour in the kitchen trying to cook it

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    Eleonore Jones
    August 27, 2017 at 8:53 am

    I was in Thailand like 6 years ago and this post reminded me of how much I loved the banana / condensed milk / crepe things! My mouth is literally watering right now thinking about it. Xx, Eleonore

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    Mikkel Paige Mihlrad
    August 27, 2017 at 8:46 am

    You have some awesome suggestions here! Weren’t the roti crepes amazing?

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    Cristal
    August 27, 2017 at 8:36 am

    Everything looks so delicious. You’re really making me hungry 😀

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    Pinelopi Kyriazi
    August 27, 2017 at 7:15 am

    That looks like a Paradise!! I never been to Chiang Mai, time to plan a trip! 🙂

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    caroekg
    August 27, 2017 at 6:58 am

    Oooo that all looks delicious! I hear the food there is amazing and I am dying to get over there! Thanks for sharing these spots!

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    Flo @ Yogawinetravel.com
    August 27, 2017 at 4:59 am

    I had so much fun at the Sunday night market when I was in Chiang Mai! I’d love a banana pancake right about now, and Blue Diamond is definitely on my list for my next trip to Chiang Mai!

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      Tash @ Backpackers Wanderlust
      August 27, 2017 at 9:40 pm

      Yeah Blue Diamond is such a popular hangout, though they’ve decorated it so it so its relaxing and peaceful! Totally a must visit place when in Chiang Mai

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    Emmanuelle TESNIERE
    August 27, 2017 at 4:06 am

    yum yum yum, I want Roti right now !!

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    Janine Beynon
    August 27, 2017 at 3:43 am

    Reading this made me hungry! I loved the food in Chiang Mai, had so much great veggie food there! Love that you mentioned 7-11, I loved getting the toasties there for a quick breakfast/lunch

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      Tash @ Backpackers Wanderlust
      August 27, 2017 at 9:41 pm

      I am a veggie as well and I totally agree! All restaurants had such a great range of options. Toasties were my go to breakfast most mornings throughout my entire trip

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    flickrlovr
    August 27, 2017 at 3:26 am

    YUM. All of these places look incredible! I’m so hungry right now. Ha! Thanks for sharing such a comprehensive rundown of some of the best spots to eat in Chiang Mai!

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    Amanda @ olivefetaandouzo
    August 27, 2017 at 3:25 am

    Love asian food especially Thai, we’ve travelled all over the country but not made it to Chang Mai yet, must go back one day soon.

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      Tash @ Backpackers Wanderlust
      August 27, 2017 at 9:46 pm

      Oh you will totally have to go back and visit there! It may be a little out of the way, especially if you are in the Islands, but trust me its worth it. Plane flights are so cheap as well which just makes it that much more accessible

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    Cali O
    August 27, 2017 at 3:21 am

    I LOVE that you included 7-11. I have no idea why toasties aren’t a worldwide staple of 7-11’s. Hmmph. Chiang Mai is awesome. I too, stayed much longer than expected. Oh and those pancakes/crepes/delicious things…I never knew I needed them in my life until I tried my first one…sigh.

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      Tash @ Backpackers Wanderlust
      August 27, 2017 at 9:47 pm

      Haha I couldn’t forget 7-11! I know, they totally should be! We don’t even have 7-11 in New Zealand where I am from 🙁 Haha its one of those places you arrive at and never want to leave.

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    Kosovo Girl Travels
    August 27, 2017 at 2:49 am

    love it. I was in Chiang Mai and loved the food there. What I can’t still get over with is Khanom Buang. I so want to be able to cook it here in Kosovo, but it’s hard to find the ingredients.

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      Tash @ Backpackers Wanderlust
      August 27, 2017 at 9:48 pm

      I know that struggle as well! I had so many delicious meals which I have tried to recreate! I could try and blame it on the ingredients, though in all honesty, I am not the best cook haha

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    Amber Alexander
    August 27, 2017 at 2:46 am

    Chang Mai is one of the places I’m considering for when I become a digital nomad, I hope to check out some of these places. You’re making my hungry!

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    Leah Helmbrecht
    August 27, 2017 at 2:42 am

    I feel like I am constantly on a diet in between trips so that I can have room to gain weight when I do travel! The pest part of traveling to a different country is trying the food! This all looks so delicious!

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      Tash @ Backpackers Wanderlust
      August 27, 2017 at 10:09 pm

      Haha totally agree with you there! I am a totally foodie and loved SE Asia where it is affordable to eat out every meal, its heaven

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    Indie Chick
    August 27, 2017 at 2:36 am

    Omg, all of this food looks absolutely amazing! I’ve always wanted to go to Chiang Mai (it’s in my plans lol) and one of the reasons being the food! That crepe looks bangin’ by the way! lol I’m bookmarking this post for the future…Thanks for all of the great info!

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    Monique Wise
    August 27, 2017 at 1:28 am

    I absolutely loved Chiang Mai but didn’t get into the cheap eats like I wish I would’ve. Definitely saving this for next time!

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    toni
    August 27, 2017 at 1:00 am

    What a great piece for eating your way through Chiang Mai! I havent been here yet, but this is exactly what i need for when I do. I need more crepes in my life…though I havent had them with condensed milk. Didn’t even know people did that! I love banana crepes though.

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    Harmony at Momma To Go
    August 26, 2017 at 11:16 pm

    I love indian food! I ate so much Indian in Japan – always great vegetarian option. I cant believe you found pizza and bagels in chiang mai! I mean I am a NYC girl, so love my pizza and bagels!

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    Julie
    August 26, 2017 at 11:05 pm

    The roti stands are the best!!! I miss those so much!

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    Helene
    August 26, 2017 at 10:57 pm

    awesome eats! Makes me want to go back!!!!

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    Stella Marie Encina
    August 26, 2017 at 10:56 pm

    omg you just got me so hungry! the food all look delicious! and cheap! i might just go there and have a foodtrip of a lifetime, no?

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    Jen Horsfall
    August 26, 2017 at 8:54 pm

    Cannot wait to try these!! I’ll be there in November for the first time.

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    Ellie Cleary
    August 26, 2017 at 8:42 pm

    Ah I miss those street-side crepes/pancakes!! There’s a great night market (very local, very non touristy) up from the Nimman area, next to the University which has some amazing food for 40-60 Baht for a meal. Trying to remember the name of it now!!

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    Suzannah Smith
    August 26, 2017 at 7:44 pm

    I swear that my husband loves 7/11 toasties more than he loves anything else about Thailand (and he LOVES Thailand!)
    I was really impressed with the crepe stands in Chiang Mai, there was one that did cereal and marshmallow pieces (Luky Lucky Charms cereal) and it was simply divine! Change Mai really impressed me with its food choices 🙂

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      Tash @ Backpackers Wanderlust
      August 27, 2017 at 9:56 pm

      Haha I swear my partner is the same as well. I guess men love their toasties! Oh cereal and marshmallow, that sounds amazing!

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    Jenn Bcn
    August 26, 2017 at 7:36 pm

    I will always remember the roasted bananas in the night market… it was amazing! Unfortunately when I was there last year I didn’t visit any of these places, though to be honest, I ate like a pig all 5 days I spend there. The food in Thailand is always so amazing…! Thanks for the compilation and prices!

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    Nicola Neilson
    August 26, 2017 at 5:13 pm

    Great post! Lots of useful places to stop. I was in Chiang Mai earlier this year and my favourite was the giant spring rolls from the Saturday night walking market. So cheap and sooo delicious!

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    Sarah Poitras
    August 26, 2017 at 4:06 pm

    Love that you included Sevs! (That’s what my husband and I call 7/11) 🙂

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    Michelle Chumbley
    August 26, 2017 at 3:37 pm

    Everything looks so yummy!

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