Respond to Review of Pun Pun Organic Vegetarian Restaurant - Wat Suan Dok
Review: Hands down the best, freshest and most healthy food in Chang Mai. A truly not for profit co-op with people committed to ethics, slow food, bio-diversity,and seed saving. The produce comes directly from their farm to kitchen. Organic with plenty of raw food choices. They make all their own soy products as well. Unfortunately, it isn't pure vegan but the eggs are at least 'free range'. The menu is clearly labelled so you know what has egg in it and what doesnt. I would say it's 80 percent vegan and the items that do contain egg could be made without it added. They have a really diverse, interesting and innovative menu with local and unusual dishes you wont see anywhere else. Everything I've had here has always been delicious and fresh. Love all their salads, fried mushroom appetizer, and tofu 'steak'. The food is very cheap considering the high quality. Most dishes are 30-50 baht. Seating is outdoors around an courtyard behind the monk chat building. Simple wooden tables some with umbrellas. They can get a bit busy around lunch time so you may have to wait for a table but once you've ordered the food always has come very fast. Run by great people committed to their ethics sustainability and truly amazing food beautifully presented. Take a red truck to Wat Suan Dok. Walk straight back until you see a 'monk chat' sign in English on the right hand side. Turn right. You will see a large tree with tables around it. Really a must try.