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Our next event will be at “Mit Mai Yunnanese Restaurant” on Thursday, October 29, 2015 at 7:00 PM So far 9 people have reserved.
Mitmai Yunnanese Restaurant
42/2 Ratchanmakha Rd, Muang, Chiang Mai
Tel: 053 206253
Mitmai Yunnanese Restaurant is quite an institution in the centre of town. Opened 30 years ago, the restaurant has been featured in quite a few publications, including the Lonely Planet. The food is certainly quite good there, and is worth going if you feel like some Chinese food, or have a break from Thai food!
Don't expect that your dishes will be rushed out quickly though, because we had to wait a little. When we were there was only one waitress serving 3 tables.
The waitress recommended Ka Moo with mantou (Pork stew in five spice and chinese steamed buns) - The pork leg was good, and not too much fat, but what made it special was dipping the mantou in the sauce. We had both the steamed mantou and the deep-fried version, and decided that both were good. The steamed mantou was smooth in texture - not the best I had, but certainly right up there. The deep-fried mantou was great, and very nice when dipped in the sauce.
We also had Deep-fried Chinese Mushrooms (very nice and tasty), Stir-fried Chayote shoot (also very nicely done) and a dish called Tom Som Yod Ma Praw (Coconut shoot with prawns in spicy and sour soup). The soup was quite different, and perhaps needs a bit of getting used to. I noticed later that the soup is also listed a "to try" item in the Lonely Planet. I, however, would recommend it only if you feel a bit adventurous and want to try something a bit different. Don't get me wrong, the soup wasn't bad, and I can probably get to like it - it just had an interesting flavour!
Mit Mai Yunnanese (City Life)
Since 1976, Mit Mai has offered delicious Yunnanese favourites such as deep-fried pork ribs with ginger and spring onions, warm Chinese buns and unique seasonal items like stir-fried forest fern.
Open daily, 9 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Paul’s Review (1 – 10):
Food Quality 8, Service 7, Ambiance 6, Value 9
Average cost per meal excluding alcohol 300 baht
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Directions from Taphae Gate:
Go west toward the mountain past A.U.A. to the first cross street. There is a Wawee Coffee on your left and a Mitsubishi Car Dealer on your right. Turn left and go to the next cross street which is one way going left (east). There is Rose Guest House and Sirilanna Boutigue Hotel on the right hand corners. Turn left and go about 1 block and it is on your left on the corner of a small soi across the street from an Italian Restaurant. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~*****
Transportation: If you need transportation let us know with your reservation then call us when you get your confirmation at (053 221117). We will either provide transportation if we have room or try and arrange transportation. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~*
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