For our last meal with Anjali and Domingos, we headed to a place called The River Market, on the river right beside the Iron Bridge. At lunchtime it was pretty empty. It is a beautiful, airy building. We took an Uber ride both going and coming. It was quick, easy and very inexpensive (about a dollar and a quarter each way). We will be using this method of transportation again, I'm sure.
Anjali had read about this restaurant online, where their special deviled eggs were recommended. We had some as an appetizer and there were indeed delicious.
I was feeling a bit off, so opted to have soup instead of a heavier dish. It was very tasty and hit the spot for me.
Dan has liked every type of Burmese curry he has tried and this one was one of the best. It was a large hunk of meat that was so tender it was falling off the bone.
One evening at Doo Dee I tried their roasted vegetable salad.
On Sunday we met up for lunch with Marti, a student from Woodstock School in India. We visited her when we were in Australia three years ago and this is the second time we've gotten together here in Chiang Mai. (She spent much of her working life here and comes back often.) She recommended a small Indian restaurant called Achaa. It is small - four tables outside a very tiny kitchen space. The food was outstanding.
|Dum aloo and saag paneer|