Discover the Flavours of Lanna through Nam Phrik, Khao Soi and Khao Nueng.
Modern attitude meets classic flavours through Chef Pim Techamuanvivit—a talent that breaks free from traditional boundaries while harking back to simplicity.
Mekhong the Spirit Competition 2020 breathes new life into ancient Thai traditions.
Loei province is home to the Tai Dam people whose unique culture and food have become an integral part of the region.
For the 3rd edition of the MICHELIN Guide in Thailand, we extend our coverage from Bangkok, Phuket & Phang-Nga to Thailand’s northern capital Chiang Mai.
Thailand’s new wave of locavore chefs shine the spotlight on the unsung heroes of food — the local farmers.
Chef Garima Arora of Gaa (1 MICHELIN Star) spearheads Food Forward India, an initiative to understand the history of Indian food and all its future potential.
As one of Thailand’s biggest seafood producers, Rayong has only the best from the ocean’s bounty to offer visitors.
Learn the ins and outs of this celebratory Thai-Lanna Meal.
Mid-Autumn Festival - Friday, 13 September 2019.
From the popular som tum Thai papaya salad to the more adventurous dishes made with tadpoles, ant larvae and fresh blood, northeastern Thailand is definitely the place to be for dishes to jazz up your palates.
Experience Doi Ang Khang and the traditional way of life in the northern district of Fang.
When done right, cocktail and Thai food pairings can be a match made in heaven.