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#1 Thaihog

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Posted 2008-01-11 17:32:04

Does anybody know if there are any Swedish restaurants in Chiang Mai. I have a hankering for some Pitta Panna (excuse the spelling) or sausage stroganoff? When I used to live in Phuket there were Swedish restaurants everywhere but I don't remember seeing any here in CM.

Cheers and TIA...

#2 Priceless

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Posted 2008-01-11 18:02:16

Does anybody know if there are any Swedish restaurants in Chiang Mai. I have a hankering for some Pitta Panna (excuse the spelling) or sausage stroganoff? When I used to live in Phuket there were Swedish restaurants everywhere but I don't remember seeing any here in CM.

Cheers and TIA...


It should be "Pyttipanna", but I am not sure if you can find it in Chiang Mai. I do however know that "Korv Stroganoff" is served at "Mr Chan & Miss Pauline", at least at their Canal Rd branch (on the right hand side just after the Night safari Rd, coming from town). I suspect the Huay Kaew branch would serve it as well. While we're at it, try their "Shoemaker's Steak" as well, it is really nice :o

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Posted 2008-01-11 18:33:56

Does anybody know if there are any Swedish restaurants in Chiang Mai. I have a hankering for some Pitta Panna (excuse the spelling) or sausage stroganoff? When I used to live in Phuket there were Swedish restaurants everywhere but I don't remember seeing any here in CM.

Cheers and TIA...


It should be "Pyttipanna", but I am not sure if you can find it in Chiang Mai. I do however know that "Korv Stroganoff" is served at "Mr Chan & Miss Pauline", at least at their Canal Rd branch (on the right hand side just after the Night safari Rd, coming from town). I suspect the Huay Kaew branch would serve it as well. While we're at it, try their "Shoemaker's Steak" as well, it is really nice :o

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Thanks Priceless. Where exactly in Huay Kaew road is their shop located?

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Posted 2008-01-11 20:14:28

Does anybody know if there are any Swedish restaurants in Chiang Mai. I have a hankering for some Pitta Panna (excuse the spelling) or sausage stroganoff? When I used to live in Phuket there were Swedish restaurants everywhere but I don't remember seeing any here in CM.

Cheers and TIA...


It should be "Pyttipanna", but I am not sure if you can find it in Chiang Mai. I do however know that "Korv Stroganoff" is served at "Mr Chan & Miss Pauline", at least at their Canal Rd branch (on the right hand side just after the Night safari Rd, coming from town). I suspect the Huay Kaew branch would serve it as well. While we're at it, try their "Shoemaker's Steak" as well, it is really nice :o

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Thanks Priceless. Where exactly in Huay Kaew road is their shop located?


This is what I got off a quick Google (I have only been to the Canal Rd branch):

Mr.Chan & Miss Pauline
Pizza , Pasta , Steak , Salad & Thai food
16/1 Huay Kaew Rd.,
A.Muang , Chiangmai , Thailand
Tel. 053-400018

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Posted 2008-01-11 21:15:48

The Swedish style pizza at Pauline and Mr. Chan's is well worth trying too. Go for the one with sauce bearnaise.

Yes, it sounds like sacrilege. But it tastes great. :o

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Posted 2008-01-11 21:19:11

Does anybody know if there are any Swedish restaurants in Chiang Mai. I have a hankering for some Pitta Panna (excuse the spelling) or sausage stroganoff? When I used to live in Phuket there were Swedish restaurants everywhere but I don't remember seeing any here in CM.

Cheers and TIA...


It should be "Pyttipanna", but I am not sure if you can find it in Chiang Mai. I do however know that "Korv Stroganoff" is served at "Mr Chan & Miss Pauline", at least at their Canal Rd branch (on the right hand side just after the Night safari Rd, coming from town). I suspect the Huay Kaew branch would serve it as well. While we're at it, try their "Shoemaker's Steak" as well, it is really nice :o

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Thanks Priceless. Where exactly in Huay Kaew road is their shop located?


This is what I got off a quick Google (I have only been to the Canal Rd branch):

Mr.Chan & Miss Pauline
Pizza , Pasta , Steak , Salad & Thai food
16/1 Huay Kaew Rd.,
A.Muang , Chiangmai , Thailand
Tel. 053-400018

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So...... What is the nearest landmark to this address? I know the Huay Kaew Road and I have never seen this place. I'll go if I can find it as it sounds good!

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Posted 2008-01-12 01:18:29

Does anybody know if there are any Swedish restaurants in Chiang Mai...

There's a one year old Swedish restaurant "Gubben" on Ratchapakinai in the old city between Ratchadamnern and Ratchamanka. I don't eat that kind of places so don't know about the menu.

Directions: Go North along the Eastern moat. Turn left at Thapae Gate. Turn left at the first intersection. 50 meter down that street you'll find "Gubben" on your right between a Japanese sushi bar and a computer problem crunch shop.

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Posted 2008-01-12 10:44:58

The Swedish style pizza at Pauline and Mr. Chan's is well worth trying too. Go for the one with sauce bearnaise.

Yes, it sounds like sacrilege. But it tastes great. :o


For those of you who travel, the children (or at least one of them) have recently opened a restaurant in Lampang clled "Pappa's" with the same menu. It's starting to get very popular.

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Posted 2008-01-12 15:35:29

A Finnish place on Moon muang next to john's place is serving pyttipanna also. S & T is the name of the place

Edited by beerMe, 2008-01-12 15:58:41.


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Posted 2008-01-12 16:12:13

A Finnish place on Moon muang next to john's place is serving pyttipanna also. S & T is the name of the place

Kiitos for the post! Will check that out!

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Posted 2008-01-12 20:15:35

A Finnish place on Moon muang next to john's place is serving pyttipanna also. S & T is the name of the place


There are German, British French, Thai, Italian places near John's, but can't think of any Finnish ones. :o

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Posted 2008-01-13 13:07:03

The Swedish style pizza at Pauline and Mr. Chan's is well worth trying too. Go for the one with sauce bearnaise.

Yes, it sounds like sacrilege. But it tastes great. :o


For those of you who travel, the children (or at least one of them) have recently opened a restaurant in Lampang clled "Pappa's" with the same menu. It's starting to get very popular.


Any idea about the exact location of "Pappa's" ?

#13 Boksida

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Posted 2008-01-13 18:31:14

Any idea about the exact location of "Pappa's" ?


There is a ring road running from opposite Big C that intersects with the road going out to Rajabhat University (the intersection has traffic lights and is near BB restaurant). Pappa's is in the cluster of shops near the intersection.

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Edited by Boksida, 2008-01-13 18:34:11.






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