PeeYai Restaurant

Great place to have a no-nonsense decent meal

pee yai menu in Chiang Mai

A little restaurant in the old town with lots of taste and joy

This little restaurant is a great place for those among us that like to have a no nonsense decent meal. Whether you are a tourist that likes to try good Thai food without spending a lot of money or maybe you are an expat who doesn’t pee yai restaurant's interiorwant to waist a lot of time on going out for dinner?

Then Peeyai Restaurant is the place for you. The menu is consisting out of a huge choice of Thai food, but Peeyai also offers a great choice of good inexpensive international dishes; steaks, pasta’s and a big western style breakfast that will ensure that you will not be leaving hungry and running for the nearest burger place.

 

Go with family or friends and order a lot of Thai dishes

A good way to order Thai food at Peeyai is to go with family or friends and order a lot of Thai dishes so you can all share and try all different tastes.

Thai food family style, being it Northern Thai specialties like Chiang Mai sausage or Jungle curry (spicy!) or Southern dishes like e.g Massaman curry with rice presented in the form of a cute teddy bear, Peeyai is guaranteed to satisfy everybody’s food cravings.

A family managed restaurant at the same location for over ten years

Pee yai restaurant's food in Chiang Mai

Being a family managed restaurant at the same location for over ten years, Peeyai is a sure thing to go for dinner and show your friends or family how to enjoy different styles of Thai food. The little restaurant is easy to find, just go to the end off the moat on Moon Meuang and turn in to Soi 1, you will find Peeyai at about two third of the soi on your left hand side.

Address:
Moon Meuang, Soi 1

Open: Monday to Saturday from 08.00 am – 12.00 pm
Closed on Sunday

For more information:

E-mail: khunyai2011@gmail.com

Phone: 085-0406147
Free WI-FI

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