The Olive Tree on Thursday, August 22, 2013 at 7:00 PM.

The Dining Out Group
Coordinated  By Paul & Nop

Dinner at Pun Pun Guest House was a fun evening. There ain’t none of this fancy trendy hoite cuisine. It was down home American food with huge portions. John, the owner, was his usual gregarious self making sure the staff was attentive. The service was very good with the food coming out for everyone at the same time. This is a rarity in Thailand.  Thank you, John for a very good evening.                                                              Photos by Nop: https://picasaweb.google.com/117177284239196422964/20130808DiningOutPunPun#
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Our next event will be at The Olive Tree This will be onThursday, August 22, 2013 at 7:00 PM.
The Olive tree
Comment: A gorgeous restaurant on the moat, The Olive Tree serves up scrumptious and authentic Middle Eastern fare. The décor is exotic with a charming downstairs dining room seating large groups as well as intimate couples while the sumptuous second floor lounge could be set in a bazaar in Marrakesh: all velvet ottomans, massive print sofas, antique tables and Middle Eastern art, perfect for a loungy after dinner drink…or two. If you have gorged yourself on a selection of mezze, chicken tajine with dried fruits, roast lamb with couscous, chicken liver with raisin and brandy and still hanker for more, sign up for a one day cooking class. There you can learn the art of Middle Eastern cuisine and wow your friends from your very own kitchen. Chef Zahavit of Jerusalem Falafel has been serving up her food here in Chiang Mai since 1991 and this latest incarnation looks like it is going to be around for a long while.
Open Saturdays - Thursdays, lunch 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.,
dinner 5 p.m. - 11p.m. (closed on Fridays)
Address: 29/7 Moon Muang Road (just up from the Rachamankha corner)
Time Open: -
Telephone: 053 271 196 

Paul’s Review:
Food Quality     7
Service             7
Ambiance          7     
Value                        6
Average meal excluding alcohol 450 baht per person.

From Taphae Gate on the outside of the moat go south to your first right turn inside the moat.  You make another right turn and The Olive Tree is about 50 meters on your left. It’s a Moroccan looking décor out front.
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