Reviews

The restaurant serves delicious food in a lovely evening spot on the river. The lawn below the restaurant is lit at dusk, and the evening breeze off the river is very pleasant. The food is very good, I had shrimp spring rolls that were AWESOME. Service was also very good.

Visited May 2016

We tried on Thursday night to dine here but it was full, tonight at the start of the weekend we got there early.

Had delicious starters of green curry roti rolls which just melted in your mouth, along with seared tuna on a bed of green mango salad, both dishes could have been a main as they were a decent size.
The green curry rolls smelt and looked so good half had been eaten before I could take a picture.

We then opted for BBQ prawns with garlic and fried rice RM, the mini ribs with the rice was mouthwatering and the meat fell off the bone.

Fresh Coconut was warm, staff are efficient and the food came fast. Lovely location with a view of the river and metal bridge with its ever changing lights.

Visited May 2016

Nice that restaurant on the banks of river ping Great ambience and excellent food to try Wide options to select They also have fresh sea food options Must try place in Chiang Mai.

Visited May 2016

How fantastic to experience such amazing fine dinging experiences for such an inexpensive price tag. Food amazing. Atmosphere even more amazing. Only let down was my strawberry cocktail. Should have stuck to Mojito. Very reminiscent of the Sunshine Coast’s Spirit House, but without the price tag. I had the beef salad and was more than satisfied. We shared the macadamia nut pie but was not so impressed. The curry roti rolls as a starter were excellent. Would go back in a heart beat.

Visited April 2016

We ate here twice in a 6 night stay in Chiang Mai plus popped in for cocktails one night en route back across the Iron Bridge to our hotel. Excellent food and drinks selection, good service and a lovely view out across the Ping river. A bit more expensive than restaurants in the immediate area but well worth it.

Visited April 2016

Over the years of visiting this city i’ve eaten in many places.. To date this must be my fav place to eat. Set in a renovated wooden building that has an interesting past, with grounds that slope down to the river. The food is more expensive than eating in street or road side cafes but still much cheaper than a meal at home in Australia or other countries i have visited. The menu is extensive, the food aromatic and very edible. Wine is good vintage and from good vineyards but not cheap. 645 bht for a bottle of house is the cheapest. but can be offset against the meal. We ate 4 mains – the ribs, slow cooked pork, garlic prawns, curried chicken in wraps, 2 rice, bottle of wine 2 beers ice cream and 2 cheesecake came to about 15 australian dollars a

Visited April 2016

We had a great meal here and the dish of our trip to Thailand! The setting is spectacular and the staff were attentive. The mince/larb entree was absolutely amazing as was the macadamia pie for dessert. Highly recommended!

We were only going to look around, as we thought it would be too expensive. Grounds are lovely, the ambiance pleasant and the food very good–and not unreasonably expensive after all.