We'd been out to Baan Tawai to see the wood-carvings and crafts and thought we'd have to go back into Chiang Mai to eat, then noticed "vegetarian cafe" on the shopping map of Baan Tawai so thought we'd give it a try.
It's on the main road into the village and has fairly good signage. There is seating outside and also inside, in a kind of shop selling beads and handicrafts.
It says it is vegetarian and the menu has photos and a little bit of English. Some of the descriptions mentioned meat, but the staff we met didn't speak enough English (and we don't speak enough Thai) to clarify whether these were veggie versions or actual meat. We played safe and ordered things that were obviously veggie and asked for no eggs.
The food was OK; the dish we asked to be spicy was spicy and the portions were good. By no means the best food we had in Thailand, but the only place we saw in this area so we thought we would add it onto Happy Cow as it might be handy for other visitors.
Cons: not 100% vegan