Review: Chokdee Steak Chiangmai

Chokdee Steak Chiangmai

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14 Responses

  1. Indrani says:

    Language bar at a restaurant can cause difficulties, I have faced them.
    Glad that all went well with you and you liked the place. 🙂

  2. natalietanner says:

    Interesting that a steak places offers spaghetti and that is really great! That way an entire party can visit even if someone isn’t into meat. We always travel with the kids and a various menu is important to us to make sure everyone can eat at the same place!! This looks like a must try. Love trying new foods on vacation.

  3. Gareth says:

    A very thorough post and certainly, the steak looks fantastic. Certainly, given its proximity to the Holiday Inn, you would imagine that this place does quite a good trade but surprising that you found it empty when you arrived. Always nice to discover something that appears a little secret

  4. gobeyondbounds says:

    Eating at a hotel frequented by locals is a great way to experience local culture. Chokdee Steak Chiangmai sounds like a nice place. Glad to know that the staff were helpful despite the language barrier.

  5. rhiydwi says:

    I’m actually quite surprised there’s a steak restaurant in Chiang Mai geared towards locals and not tourists! Great that they do spaghetti dishes too – as a veggie I’d definitely appreciate that if all my friends wanted to get a steak.

    • Natasha says:

      Exactly! I don’t eat a lot of meat so I know where you are coming from. Its nice to be able to eat somewhere we would all enjoy

  6. I don’t eat steak often, but your entree sounds delicious. Sometimes I am so thankful for a restaurant close by my hotel, especially when it’s been a long day and you aren’t looking to venture too far!

    • Natasha says:

      Exactly! W were so hungry when we arrived we were thankful to see this place tucked away right outside. I do not eat steak either so I chose a spaghetti dish

  7. Swati Sam says:

    I remember asking for chilled coconut water to a street hawker in Bangkok. I had to finally use Google Translate. Language barrier is at it’s worst when you are trying to find something to eat. Glad it worked out well for you guys.

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