The Tourism Authority of Thailand invites to try 50 Michelin restaurants in Chiang Mai

 

19 December 2019 at Le Coq d’Or Restaurant, Mueang District, Chiang Mai Province.

Mr. Thanet Petchsuwan, Deputy Governor of Marketing Communications Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) along with Mr. Wirun Phanthewi, Deputy Governor of Chiang Mai Province join the opening of the Michelin Award Restaurant, Chiang Mai, 2020.

With restaurants in Chiang Mai receiving the certification symbol of "MICHELIN Guide Thailand 2020"

The amount of 50 restaurants are 17 "Bib Gourmand" awarded and 33 restaurants are "Michelin Plate" awarded. As well as raising guidelines for promoting Gastronomy Tourism to expand the tourist spending per head in Chiang Mai.

Mr. Thanet Petchsuwan revealed that according to TAT has collaborated with Michelin to prepare a list of hotels and restaurants for the 3rd year under the name "MICHELIN Guide Thailand 2020 "covers the Bangkok, Phuket, and Phang Nga area.
And is the first time for ranking restaurants in Chiang Mai, which is very good news that this year Chiang Mai Province has received the certification symbol "Bib Gourmand" which recommend the favorite restaurants by the Michelin inspectors which are good quality for a price not over 1,000 baht.(This price is a 3-course meal, not including beverages), up to 17 restaurants, including Gai Yang Cherng Doi, Kuakai Nimman, Han Thueng Chiang Mai, Huan Soontaree, Huen Muan Jai, Khao Soi Mae Manee, Khao Tom Yong (Suthep Road Branch) Krua Ya, Meena Rice Based, Racharos, The House by Ginger, Saiyud and Doctor Sai Kitchen, Sanpakoi Kanomjeen, SP Chicken, and Na Chantra and 33 restaurants received the symbol "Michelin Plate" for quality restaurants that use fresh ingredients and meticulously cooked.

In this regard, Chiang Mai is considered the main tourism of Thailand and one of the most popular destinations for tourists around the world. Outstanding in both the culture and history of the Lanna Kingdom for over 700 years.

Rich of natural attractions and unique cuisine including local and international foods, suitable for traveling in all seasons throughout the year. Between January - October 2019 Chiang Mai province has tourism income of 84,203 million baht or an increase of 0.91 percent from the same period last year.

In addition, the per capita cost of tourists continues to grow. With the average cost of Thai tourists at 3,562 baht per person/day or 3.90 percent or an increase from the same period last year and foreign tourists have an average cost of 4,446 baht per person/day or an increase of 4.81 percent from the same period last year.

In addition, food and beverage expenditures are considered to be the most important expenses category, respectively, which are accommodation costs, foods and beverages and souvenirs.

This Michelin certification is another guarantee that the food standards of Chiang Mai province are internationally accepted. This will be an important factor to support TAT (Tourism Authority of Thailand) can drive the stimulation of tourists' spending on food and further developed into Gastronomy Tourism in the area.

50 Restaurants in Chiang Mai are raked in The Michelin Guide Thailand

  1. Ginger Farm Kitchen
  2. Han Thueng Chiang Mai
  3. Huan Soontaree
  4. Huen Muan Jai
  5. Khao Tom Yong (Suthep Road)
  6. Krua Ya
  7. Kuakai Nimman
  8. Meena Rice Based Cuisine
  9. Na Chantra
  10. Racharos
  11. Saiyut and Doctor Sai Kitchen
  12. The House by Ginger
  13. Baan Landai
  14. Baan Mon Muan
  15. Baan Suan Mae Rim
  16. Blackitch Artisan Kitchen
  17. Charoen Suan Aek
  18. China Kitchen
  19. Chom
  20. Cuisine De Garden
  21. David’s Kitchen
  22. Fujian
  23. Jia Tong Heng (Sidonchai)
  24. Kao Soy Nimman
  25. Khao
  26. Khaomao-Khaofang
  27. Le Grand Lanna
  28. Magnolia Café
  29. Oxygen Dining Room
  30. Paak Dang
  31. Palette
  32. Redbox
  33. Samsen Villa
  34. Somtum Udon (Soi Thantawan)
  35. The Ironwood
  36. The Service 1921
  37. Gai Yang Cherng Doi
  38. Khao Soi Mae Manee
  39. Rote Yiam Beef Noodle
  40. Sanpakoi Kanomjeen
  41. SP Chicken
  42. Anchan Noodle
  43. Guay Jub Chang Moi Tat Mai
  44. Guay Tiew Pet Tun Saraphi
  45. Jok Si Phing
  46. Khao Soi Lamduan Faham (Charoenrat)
  47. Khao Soi Samoe Chai
  48. Koyi
  49. Thana Ocha
  50. Uan Ocha

For further informaiton please contact:

International Public Relations Division

Tourism Authority of Thailand

1600 New Petchaburi Road, Makkasan, Ratchathevi

Bangkok 10400

Thailand

Tel: +66 (0) 2250 5500 ext. 4545-48

Fax: +66 (0) 2250 0246

Email: prdiv3@tat.or.th

Website: www.TATnews.org