Delicious Mexican food at The Salsa Kitchen.

The whole range Mexican-Texan dishes are available.

chiang-mai-salsa-kitchen-table-mirrorThis is another fine place to enjoy some western food. Most ingredients come from local, small farmers who grow their crops without using harmful chemicals, and who feed their animals with organic foods. All this adds up to a bunch of delicious Mexican dishes waiting for you to get consumed in the Salsa Kitchen restaurant.

In comparison to many other places, the restaurant is rather big, with more than 10 tables. But the design in the salsa kitchen is atmospheric and cozy, with red-tinted walls and some latino inspired paintings. In the background there is salsa music playing –  of course, or – occasionally – some old rock and surf music. Every effort is made to create a Latin-American feel.

On the menu, the whole range of classic, Mexican-Texan dishes are available: guacamole, nachos, tacos, burritos, fajitas, enchiladas, quesadillas, flautas, and more. For most plates, you can choose between beef, pork or chicken. The BBQ pork ribs is another famous platter here. For vegetarians, there are also some combinations on offer.

The quantity of food served is quite enormous


Bear in mind that the quantity of food served is quite enormous, so ordering a starter and a main dish, could result in a stomach ready to explode. May we suggest to leave some space for one of their tasty desserts? Many customers ask the staff to put the remains of their meal in a doggy bag.

Thirsty? The Salsa Kitchen prepares some great frozen margaritas, mojitos or lime ice tea. Wine, beer, fruit shakes or coffee are listed also.

The Salsa Kitchen is open daily from 11 am to 11 pm.


26/4 Huay Kaew Road
Ampur Muang
Chiang Mai 50300

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