On top of all reviews for a reason, Davids' Kitchen combines the delicate cuisine of Chef O and the attentive welcome and attention to details of Prom and David.
Champagne TaittingerChampagne Taittinger
Wine CellarWine Cellar
Locally Sourced ProduceLocally Sourced Produce
Creative CuisineCreative Cuisine
Secret Tables

Restaurant Description

With its new address in the centre of Chiang Mai, David’s Kitchen serves modern French cuisine with a Thai twist indoors and on the terrace. Open all day, the extensive menu at this serene restaurant features a wide variety of organic ingredients, paired with a large selection of fine wines sourced from around the world. In their new property David and Chef O can accommodate up to 80 diners, offer a wine bar and their “glass room” contains a communal table.

Open for dinner from Monday to Saturday 5pm to 10pm. Closed on Sundays.

The Chef & His Brigade

Arthit Dissunont (Chef O)“My passion is creating the most original and amazing sauces, and blending together the most exquisite flavours from the finest locally sourced ingredients.”

Arthit Dissunont (Chef O)
One of his most recent creations is Pan Seared Tuna, served on a bed of green mango with lemongrass.

Welcome to Chiang Mai

Surrounded by a moat and ancient wall in northern Thailand, and founded in 1296 by King Mengrai, Chiang Mai, is Thailand’s second-largest city. Previously known as Lanna Thai, this lush and fertile region seduces travellers with its rich traditions, colourful annual festivals, vibrant art scene, artisanal handicrafts that date back some 700 years (ceramics, silversmithing, silk and cotton, jewellery, furniture and hill tribe crafts), sumptuous spas, and varied cuisines.

Soft adventure activities comprise an excursion to the Burmese border through the scenic region, and a day spent with elephants either at an elephant sanctuary or trekking through the jungle. Golfers can play round on one of the numerous nearby courses. Other options include: visiting the city’s most famous landmark Doi Suthep Temple; taking a Lanna cookery course; and hiking in and around Thailand’s highest mountain at one of the nearby two national parks Suthep or Inthanon, whilst passing by remote hill tribe villages and forest temples along the way. More adventurous travellers can enjoy mountain biking, rock climbing, off-road motorcycling trails, and 4WD excursions. Offering a warm, welcoming atmosphere, laden with captivating experiences, Chiang Mai is a celebration of life’s beauty.

Useful Information

Opening time:
Daily 17.00 to 22.00

Closing period:
on Sundays

Time zone: (GMT+07:00) Bangkok
Currency accepted: THB
Credit cards accepted: Visa, Mastercard, American Express
Electricity voltage: 220V
Electricity plug type:  
113 Bumrungrad Road, Wat Kate, Mueang Chiang Mai District, 50000 Chiang Mai, Thailand
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Time & Weather

Current Temperature

30° C

Current Weather

Local Time

4:28 pm