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Chiang Mai's latest bistro serves up small-plate culture from around the world

From Middle Eastern to Italian to Indian to Thai.

By Kankanok Wichiantanon | Nov 06, 2017

  • Chiang Mai's latest bistro serves up small-plate culture from around the world
    The Canteen Chiang Mai
  • Chiang Mai's latest bistro serves up small-plate culture from around the world
    The Canteen Chiang Mai
  • Chiang Mai's latest bistro serves up small-plate culture from around the world
    The Canteen Chiang Mai
Chiang Mai’s new restaurant, The Canteen (www.fb.com/thecanteencnx), is dedicated to all things tapas.
 
Don’t expect a traditional Spanish spread here—the cuisines on offer include Middle Eastern, Italian, Indian, Thai… We’ll call it modern international. The menu’s organized into three manageable sections—vegan, vegetarian and non-vegetarian—with most dishes between B50-70. 
 
The decor is spruced-up industrial, meaning monotone graphic art, naked cement floors, a metal accordion gate, and a bar front decorated with azulejos, Spain’s signature blue-painted tiles.
 
Diners recommend the roasted broccoli with miso sesame dressing (B60), the six-hour pork shoulder ragu (B70), and the creamy baba ghanoush (grilled eggplant dip, B60). 
 
38 Ratvithi Rd.,Chiang Mai, 086-128-8128 
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