The What’s Up Guide to the Best Vegetarian Restaurants in Chiang Mai

There is a reasonable choice of vegetarian restaurants in Chiang Mai which serve up a varied selection of meatless culinary delights. Many other restaurants like Ginger offer a good range of vegetarian dishes in addition to their standard menu items. Those wishing to sample vegetarian versions of Thailand’s famous street food need to ask for aharn jay. The recommendations for the best vegetarian restaurants in Chiang Mai are shown below.

Last Updated: 09-12-2017


 Best Vegetarian Restaurants in Chiang Mai: 
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ANCHAN VEGETARIAN RESTAURANT

Situated on a side road off Chiang Mai’s trendy Nimmanhaemin Road, Anchan Vegetarian Restaurant is a popular choice. Anchan’s menu is a collection of classic Thai and Northern dishes reinvented for vegetarians. Mushroom pad Thai fried noodles, green curries as well as Indian and massaman flavoured curries keep the customers coming back. Purple rice and freshly prepared smoothies such as passion fruit are added bonuses.
Anchan Vegetarian Restaurant: – Nimmanhaemin Rd., T. Suthep, A. Muang, Chiang Mai 50200 | Open: 11:30-20:10 (Daily) | Tel: +66 83 581 1689 | Facebook | Map


MORNING GLORY RESTAURANT

The Morning Glory is a combined vegetarian restaurant and cooking school. The menu is an exciting mix of Thai and international vegetarian specialities. Spicy and pumpkin soups, Thai curries, fried mixed vegetables, pad Thai noodles, spring rolls and the celebrated Northern desert, mango and sticky rice, are sure to galvanise the taste buds of even the most picky vegetarian. The Morning Glory is just 100 metres from Chiang Mai Gate Market.
Morning Glory: #34, Prapokklao Rd., T. Phra Singh, A. Muang, Chiang Mai 5020 | Open: 09:00-21:00 (Mon-Sat), 17:00-21:00 (Sun) | Tel: +66 87 717 5275 Website | Facebook E-mail | Map


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PUN PUN MARKET

There are two Pun Pun vegetarian restaurants in Chiang Mai. The first is on the grounds of Wat Suan Dok and the second just south of the Airport Plaza Shopping Centre on Highway 108. The core concepts of the Pun Pun’s culinary creations are 100 per cent natural with no MSG or preservatives plus the use of unrefined grains. The end result is a range of tasty Thai themed dishes, salads, fruit smoothies and coffee brewed with organic beans.
Pun Pun Market: Airport Branch – 97/3, M.1, T. Padad, A. Muang, Chiang Mai 50200 | Open: 11:00-19:00 (Closed on Thu) | Tel: +66 93 181 4937 | Website | Facebook E-mailMap


FREE BIRD CAFE

The Free Bird Cafe has long been a staple of the vegetarian restaurants in Chiang Mai. This restaurant offers an assortment of vegetarian dishes based on ethnic Shan and old-style Burmese recipes. Recommended dishes are papaya salad in a Shan style, noodle salads, and pastry samosas. The Free Bird is on the north side of the Old City moat.
Free Bird Cafe: #116, Manee Noparat Rd., A. Muang, Chiang Mai 50300 | Open: 09:00-17:00 (Closed on Mon & Sun) | Tel: +66 81 028 5383 | Facebook E-mail | Map 



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