Chiang Mai Kitchen
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Chiang Mai Kitchen information
Real-deal Thai cuisine in a little heart-of-Oxford alley, complete with tear-jerkingly hot sôm·đam (spicy papaya salad), a range of curries, plenty of seafood, rice and noodle favourites, and standout classics such as stir-fried chicken with cashew nuts. There’s an excellent vegetarian menu.