Pink House Garden

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 13 reviews )
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Wua Lai 2 Alley 19, Chiang Mai, Thailand

A restaurant serving simple vegetarian and vegan Thai food to foreign customers in the Saturday walking street area. Seasonal opening hours. Open Mon-Sat 12:00pm-10:00pm. Closed Mon-Tue.

Categories: Thai, Take-out, Bakery

13 Reviews

First Review by LilacHippy

lovely place - Edit

绕了好几圈找到了这个地方,一进来就觉得值得。小环境装饰得很温馨可爱。菜品嘛,更是没得说。赞!

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Very Cute Garden Restaurant - Edit

So happy to find this cute vegetarian all gluten free restaurant. We sat at a candle-lit gazebo under the stars.

Very nice people here, they brought cinnamon water for us to share, and made me a hot ginger tea though it's not on the menu.

The owners greeted us like friends and Ning explained how she'd learned to make vegan, nut free and grain free desserts for health.

Delicious moist chocolate cake. We came back next day for raw avocado lime pie - definitely try this place!

Pros: Beautiful setting, friendly people

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tasty food, great ambiance - Edit

Open air setting-great, but lots of mozzies. Food hot tasty. Thai style. Near a busy tourist temple and night Market.

Pros: taste, setting

Cons: mozzies

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Average - Edit

They have a Thai food menu which includes tempeh. Quaint garden setting. Garden is full of mozzies so might be a good idea to cover up when you're visiting but they do have spray available.
Dishes are just OK. Reasonably sized portions. The red curry with pumpkin is quite nice but I did think it was strange that it contained nothing but pumpkin and basil, no other veggies.
They do have gluten free cakes and often (but not always) have vegan cakes but be really careful with this because on one visit I was served a non vegan cake which was assured to be vegan. When we double checked later I'd been served the wrong one - not vegan - and was shattered.

Updated from previous review on 2016-03-18

Pros: Fairly, Sometimes has vegan cakes, Very little dairy used

Cons: Staff can make mistakes

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great atmosphere, great food. - Edit

Sat in an outdoor bamboo hut with fan blowing on us. They provided us with bug spray right at the beggining.
Jazz music playing gently in the background.
Fast service, and friendly staff.
Free cold cinnamon tea which was delicious.
Ate the sweet and sour vegetable with cashew, cucumber salad, and rice salad.
I would recommend the sweet and sour dish, and the cucumber salad, both were extremely delicious.
The rice salad was a bit bland, and the rice was slightly undercooked, but it was still good.
Got the cake for desert and it was a raw vegan refined sugar free cake. Delicious! Never tasted anything like it, must have been cashew based, it was so creamy!
I also found out they are helping a local hill tribe, and are the only official fully gluten free place in town! (One of the owners has Celiac disease)

Pros: great atmosphere great food cake free tea friendly

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delicious food and amazing atmosphere - Edit

The owners are very friendly, the food is great, the atmosphere is beautiful and the prices are very fair

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nice garden setting with vegan options - Edit

Pink House Garden cafe has a garden setting with a nice vibe ... I arrived at lunch time that was a couple of hours after a torrential downpour this morning so the garden cafe was beautiful ... there were lots of great options on the menu and I decided on a delicious potato based massaman curry with rice (฿100) ... both the quality and quanity of the food was very good ... staff were very friendly

Pros: lots of vegan options

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Hidden Gem! - Edit

Pink House is where I go when I want to spoil myself. The food is fresh and delicious and well balanced. I would recommend the Sweet and Sour Vegetables, the fried tempeh with vegetables, or any of their rich and tasty deserts.

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Pink house garden - Edit

Lovely setting in a garden. I had a red curry with pumpkin, brown rice (which you have to buy separately) and coconut water which cost 145 baht. It feels like a restaurant catering for non-locals. The curry was a bit watery for me but good flavour. The woman who served me was very friendly with a big smile/ o would go back to try more dishes.

Pros: Lovely quiet garden setting, Flavoursome curry

Cons: Rice doesn't come with the curry,, Curry sauce quite watery

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Simple Yet Delicious Fare - Edit

Sweet little garden spot. My dining companions chose salads which they both loved, I had one of the most nicely flavored green curries I've had to date in Thailand (and I'm a seasoned sampler). We were all disappointed that they didn't have a selection of desserts -- they were all being made in preparation for the next day. We'd read about tea being served but was not offered to us. Server seemed slightly uninterested. TIP: go in the evening. The entire seating area is outdoors and even with the lovely canopies over the tables, it can be quite warm midday.

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Beautiful - Edit

Possibly one of the best places to chill in the evening in the whole of Chiang Mai! Beautiful grounds that get more atmospheric as the sun goes down and the lights come on. The food is basic but nutritious. The venue is also right by the Saturday walking street and Wat Srisuphan, a beautiful silver temple. A highlight of my visit to Chiang Mai. Will come again.
Note the closed dates - in winter it's closed on Sundays. The rest of the year it's closed on Mon & Tue.

Updated from previous review on 2016-10-22

Pros: Ambience, Garden

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Fantastic - Edit

Excellent vegetarian/vegan faire served in a quaint, meditative setting. If you're a tempeh fan, this should be your go-to place in Chiang Mai. The owners are incredibly friendly and foster a casual, relaxing atmosphere. I definitely will be visiting again!

Pros: Great food, Good value, Tempeh

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Delicious cakes in lovely garden setting - Edit

Perfect place to chill and hangout. beautiful garden and such friendly staff. I especially like their chocolate cake and the vegan cakes are delicious too.

Pros: Friendly staff, Great cakes, Lovely atmosphere

Cons: A bit hard to find

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