Like the Shan grandma you never had, Auntie Bua prepares a generous spread of local-style curries, soups and dips on a daily basis.
This open-air restaurant does a handful of tasty local dishes – you’re safe going with anything that says ‘Maehongson style’ on the English-language menu.
There really is no name here (it's a tax thing, we were told), but this has no negative repercussions on the central Thai–style dishes which are delicious. Near the corner with Th Singha-nat Barm Rung.
Mae Hong Son's morning market is a fun place to have breakfast. Several vendors at the north end of the market sell unusual dishes such as tòo·a poo ùn, a Burmese noodle dish supplemented with thick chickpea porridg…
Several stalls here sell basic Thai dishes.
Popular among locals, this night market is the place to go for take-away northern Thai-style dishes.
The English-language menu here is limited, but don’t miss the deliciously rich kôw soy (northern-style curry noodle soup) or kôw mòk gài (the Thai version of biryani). Chom Mai is located about 4km south of Mae Hong…