at noon in the beautiful gardens of Pie Sabai Bakery. Spaces are limited to
36 for this lunch. Sign up soon if you would like to join. 200 baht per
person. Telephone 0 5321 8366 or mobile Tel 01 882 4203.
Saturday November 13, at 7.30 p.m. at Gong Dee Studio.
“An Evening with Book Kitavadhana”, the first return to
the stage in five years of baritone, Book Kitavadhana, joined by Bernard
Sumner and David Wilson at the piano and special guest singers Tianchai
Sooktiang and Panit Somana. Tickets 200 baht, available at Gong Dee Gallery.
Tel. 0 5322 5032. For reservation or more info, please call 0 9635 6355.
‘Art by Alain’ at the Writers’ Club and
Wine Bar, Rachadamnoen Road, from November 16 - 30. An exhibition of
original contemporary paintings by a Thai resident French artist who
describes himself as “an informal pupil of Picasso”. 15 of the works by
Alain can be viewed - and purchased. Images of women, warfare, moonlight,
several versions of the Lord Buddha and more. Prices range from 6,800 to
9,000 baht and there are some prints at lower cost.
Fund Raising Mini Marathon ‘A Helping Hand to
Society’ for the ‘Home and Community Care Project Chiang Mai’ on Sunday,
November 14. 20,000 baht prize money! Fun for the whole family, from 6
yrs to 90! More information from Marco, Tel. 0 5344 2300.
The Sunday Bike Group will organize a ride up to
Doi Suthep on the King’s birthday on Sunday, December 5. Registration 180
baht and start will be at Tha Pae Gate at 7 a.m. on December 5.
The annual Christmas Concert of the Choral Society
is set for Saturday, December 11. This year it will take place at the small
theatre in the CMU Convention Center at 7 p.m. on December 11. More details
The Christmas Party for orphaned kids affected by
HIV, has been set for Saturday December 11 at The
Pub on Huey Kaew Road. Everyone is welcome to come along and support the
event. Donations in form of toys or cash (to buy toys and medication) are
now being taken and can be left with Grahame at the bar. Every little thing
helps. Call Dot on 0 1671 1638 for more details
Enjoy the Amari Rincome Hotel’s famous Sunday
Brunch, more deliciously tempting than ever. So, forget about your
diet for one day and spoil yourself with a cornucopia of special delights.
Make a reservation at La Gritta Restaurant and enjoy unlimited
gourmet treats for the whole family. Every Sunday from 11.30 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Telephone 053 221 130.
Amazing Sandwich has two restaurants: ‘The
shady island in a sea of rice’ branch No. 2. opposite Kad Suan Kaew
Shopping Mall and the ‘old’ Deli Restaurant and Takeaway between
the Thai Airways Office and Vista Hotel. Tel/Fax: 0 5321 8846.
‘Baan Rom Mai Garden Restaurant’ in the newly
opened Chang Klan Plaza on Chang Klan Road. Thai and Isaan Food in a Bali
style environment. Small Conference and karaoke Rooms, delicious Thai food!
Open daily from 10 a.m. – midnight. Table reservation, tel. 0 5382 0037-8.
Buonissimo Italian Restaurant and Shop! European
Deli! Cheese, wine, homemade pasta, bread and even Italian olive oil. Call
for table reservation, just come to the shop or even order by Internet. Tel.
0 5385 3098–9 or website www.buonissimo.co.th
Chez Gibus Grill House is featuring an ‘All you can
eat BBQ’ daily for only 219 baht. Chez Gibus is open from 6 p.m.
– 10 p.m. daily except Sundays. 42 Kampeangdin Road. Make your table
reservations on tel. 0 5327 2712.
House of Palm, traditional and southern Thai cuisine.
Happy to assist in party arrangements. Closed every Wednesday. On Doi Saket
Highway. For directions and reservations call 0 5329 1401, Mr. Montri.
Rydges serves a ‘Daily Lunch Buffet’, designed
to cater for the needs of the busy people in town throughout the week, the
Business Lunch invites you for a quick but tasty bite. Car park with direct
connection to hotel. For more information contact the Sales Dept. at 0 5325
1531, Rydges Amora Tapae Hotel, Chaiyapoom Road, Chiang Mai.
Saenkham Terrace Restaurant, was one of Chiang
Mai’s best kept secrets regarding Northern Cuisine until the Chiangmai
Mail’s Dining Out column revealed it. The place to meet after a relaxing
Spa treatment at Baan Saen Doi. Both places are to be found at Baan
Naifan 2. Check it out at www.saenkhamterrace.com or www.baansaendoi.com
The Bear’s Den Bar and Restaurant, beside Rimping
Condominium. Mondays – House Spirits 50 baht all night long. Wednesdays
– Ladies Night and free Bingo. Ladies drink free from 7 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Thursdays and Fridays 7 p.m. - 9 p.m. it’s 2 for 1 on House Draught,
Bottles, Spirits and Wines. Tel/Fax: 0 5326 0404.
The Grillstation has introduced a new menu and
drink list with German and international specialties as well as German
draught beer, a fine selection of schnapps, fresh brewed coffees, wines by
glass, carafe or bottle. All prepared by Gypsy and his staff. Reserve your
table in advance at 0 5381 8355 or 0 1883 9361, Grillstation, opposite
Pornping Tower, Charoenprathed Road.
The Hole-In-The-Wall, Public House Chiang Mai, just
opened English Pub in the heartland of Chiangmai where you can tuck into
traditional Fish and Chips, Shepherd’s Pie or have a three course English
Lunch for only 90 baht net. 39/7-8 Ratchamanka Rd., T. Phrasing, Tel 0 5328
The Pub on Huay Road is open every day. Check out
details of the full coverage of all live major sporting events shown in the
sports bar. Call Grahame on 0 5321 1550 for more details
To Nobody, German Restaurant in Soi Tewan is famous
for their pork knuckle and their home made sausages. Everything can be
ordered to go. Party reservations for the festive season are being taken
already. Daily from 5 p.m. onwards, except Tuesdays. For group or catering
reservations, call Joerg or Sunisa Eisenschmidt at 0 5321 4483.