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First Review by svinet

Delicious and made with love! - Edit

If you are in Nan, don't miss eating here! The owner, Jin, is so joyful that you can taste it in what she cooks. Many internationals and locals know this secret :) We are so grateful to Jin for feeding us so well during our visit!

Pros: Healthy, authentic Thai and Chinese cuisine, All vegan!, Jin speaks English if you have questions

Cons: Open only 9am-1pm from what we can tell- come earl

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Really great! - Edit

Baan Jin
also written as Baan Chey or Ban J

Go from Dhevaraj hotel down Sumonthavaraj Rd, to the airport. After the traffic lights you will see first a budhist temple at youre left, then a Chinese temple. Next to this 2nd temple is the soi5; continue Sumonthavaraj Rd to the next alley, just 30m away. You could call this soi6 but it has no name.
This small street is paved with riverstones. There are signs: 'vegetarian'. At the end of the street you walk straight into the garden and terrace of the veg rest!

It is very peaceful (as long as the tv is off) and the food is delicious.
You will get an ceramic plate, not the cheap plastic ones! and the cutlery is strong not like the Uri Geller shit most of the restaurants have.

open 8.00 - 14.00

Most likely it will be closed on the 2 days after each Budha day.

Updated from previous review on Friday February 21, 2014

Updated from previous review on Friday February 21, 2014

Pros: very tastefull, ceramic plates, almost no traffic noise

Cons: bloody tv should be off

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amazing food!! - Edit

This is one of my absolute favorite veggie places in thailand. The food is super tasty, not the usual curries, but a lot of different things i haven't had before. Dishes are packed with fresh veggies and we never had the same thing twice in the 4 times we ate there. The owner is really nice,letting you taste the stuff before choosing, brings xtra things to try and is very generous with the size of the plate. I will deffo go back next time i'm in the area!! To find it, walk north from the chinese temple, take the first small soi down on your left hand (follow the small yellow and red sign), keep on this street as it takes a swing to the right, walk down a few houses and it is on your left hand, set a nice garden, has the jae banners on the fence.

The place is open from 8-15, but be there early cause food usualy runs out around 13.

Updated from previous review on Friday March 01, 2013

Pros: tatsy, good quality of veggies, cheap

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