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Where To Go For Christmas Dinner

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If you still want to eat at home, Rimping normally offers a turkey cooking service.

Otherwise, try the hotels.

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A party of 8 of us went to Le Coq Do'r last year, food was excellent (Xmas dinner) Pricey- but it is Christmas after all. Plus side is they pick you up and take you home -no cahrage- but with wine at 2,500 baht a bottle I can hardly say its "Free transport" can I. Although the wine was excellent.

We thouroughly enjoyed ourselves

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I followed another thread where the new queen Victoria near Chuang Puak gate was suggested, but too many people were arguing with each other to reply to me. Has anyone been to this pub. They've emailed me their menu, but has nayone been there yet? Whats it like?

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I have tried many different restaurants over the years and the best quality Christmas and other holiday dinners are at Bake and Bite near Thapae Gate and in the Night Bazaar.

They are run by a nice Thai woman named Guy who also speaks English like a native speaker, so no mix-ups.

They have Turkeys, Roasts, roast potatoes, stuffing, etc. available, plus lots of pies and holiday deserts and they deliver.

Also, they have a variety of complete Xmas dinners available at their Night Bazaar branch for about 300 baht.

Most places I try they give it a try, but the holiday food is just not quite right, but at Bake and Bite it actually tastes like someone's mom made it! :o

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I have tried many different restaurants over the years and the best quality Christmas and other holiday dinners are at Bake and Bite near Thapae Gate and in the Night Bazaar.

They are run by a nice Thai woman named Guy who also speaks English like a native speaker, so no mix-ups.

They have Turkeys, Roasts, roast potatoes, stuffing, etc. available, plus lots of pies and holiday deserts and they deliver.

Also, they have a variety of complete Xmas dinners available at their Night Bazaar branch for about 300 baht.

Most places I try they give it a try, but the holiday food is just not quite right, but at Bake and Bite it actually tastes like someone's mom made it!  :o

Those roasted potatoes caught my attention smiley2.gif

I called them, and yes, they do deliver... Turkey is 290 baht per kilo (baked) 8-10 kilos

They need a 3-day warning.. I will be using them :D 01-882-9545

Edited by Ajarn

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Was going to suggest Mike's Burgers, but then realized that my parents are in town for Christmas. :o

Anyway, they (and I) LOVE "The House" along Moon Muang Road, close to Sri Phoom corner. It's magnificent, very creative dishes Western and Western-fusion dishes and a more pleasant, homey yet stylish feel to it. (That's where the Coq d'Or loses points in my book.. kind of forced uppety overly formal vibe to the place.) The House is stylish AND friendly. Similar prices though, most main courses are around 500 baht I suppose. But for Christmas, chances are that it's already fully booked.

http://www.chiangmainews.com/ecmn/2005/dec...der_th_tall.php

Cheers,

Chanchao

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I followed another thread where the new queen Victoria near Chuang Puak gate was suggested, but too many people were arguing with each other to reply to me. Has anyone been to this pub. They've emailed me their menu, but has nayone been there yet? Whats it like?

I sent my parents there for dinner there last night after they found out that their original choice was closed for the holiday. They loved it. Said it was good atmosphere, fantastic food and huge portions, great service.... they'll definitely go back.

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Westin Hotel had a 500bht eat all you can and the best a la carte Ive ever seen including American, Thai, British and Japanese all with Xmas flavour....best xmas dinner ive ever had...

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I enjoyed dinner at Le Crystal on evening during Loy Kathong. As with LeCoq., it too is expensive. However if you want something special, and want a change of scenery from "The House",(where I also enjoy going), then it is worth the trip out.

They do a decent lunch time set menu as well.

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I have tried many different restaurants over the years and the best quality Christmas and other holiday dinners are at Bake and Bite near Thapae Gate and in the Night Bazaar.

They are run by a nice Thai woman named Guy who also speaks English like a native speaker, so no mix-ups.

They have Turkeys, Roasts, roast potatoes, stuffing, etc. available, plus lots of pies and holiday deserts and they deliver.

Also, they have a variety of complete Xmas dinners available at their Night Bazaar branch for about 300 baht.

Most places I try they give it a try, but the holiday food is just not quite right, but at Bake and Bite it actually tastes like someone's mom made it!  :o

Those roasted potatoes caught my attention smiley2.gif

I called them, and yes, they do deliver... Turkey is 290 baht per kilo (baked) 8-10 kilos

They need a 3-day warning.. I will be using them :D 01-882-9545

You sound well again Ajarn. All the very best for the Season. :D

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I think the place to go is The Duke's. Christmas Eve they have a traditional dinner with Roast Turkey and Prime Rib. Christmas Day they have a buffet from 12:00 on.

I have some friends who went there for American Thanksgiving and the reviews were all good.

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Just returned from the new Rimping where they must have had 10+ Turkeys cooked and ready to go and they had individual meals from 150-500 baht Just bought 2 and had a fantastic meal

What a great deal!!!

Merry Christmas to All

P.S. What happened to Mango tree?

If you still want to eat at home, Rimping normally offers a turkey cooking service.

Otherwise, try the hotels.

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Just wanted to report back about Bake 'n Bite's turkey and all the fixings (roasted and mashed potatoes, stuffing, gravy, pumpkin pie, vegies)

It was great! Everything arrived on time, and everything was delicious! smileani.gif

01-882-9545

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