The Cadillac Café’s Miami Beach art deco style provides a fun and funky environment, which is reflected in the menu. High quality ingredients are put together in unexpected fusions which work remarkably well, such as the mighty wagyu burger. The special breakfast menu, available from 07:00 to 11:00, also includes the inventive use of unusual elements. At the same time, there are some good, wholesome American comfort foods like nachos, spare ribs and New York cheesecake, where the chef’s creativity has been restrained and the traditional recipes have been followed faithfully.
Talk to any cake lover on the island, and the first place they’ll probably mention is Lolamui. Young owner Pun transformed a hillside near Lamai Beach into the setting for a tropical white wooden house that serves a wide range of baked delicacies. The most popular options here, from B65, are banoffee pie, chocolate lava and a cake made from the soft and creamy coconut called maprao kati (macapuno). They also offer seasonal selections such as strawberry cake.
Doppio Ristr8to in the Central Festival shopping mall is our 2nd Ristr8to in Chiang Mai. Our aim for this location is to share our knowledge to coffee beginner and local people who are not commonly drinking coffee in Chiang Mai, so we made this cult-concept cafe less complicated than our original Ristr8toand easier to understand for everyone. We would like to persuade common people to appreciate about good coffee, that is why we make our concept and our unique menu to get connected with normal people who are not coffee geek, so they can know more information about coffee, and enjoy coffee industry more.
While not a must-do, you might want to try a khan toke dinner at least once when in Chiang Mai. At the Old Chiang Mai Cultural Center, the setup is highly elaborate – from the elegant teakwood room decked out in ethnic Lanna style to the round teak tray containing nine side dishes to the sitting arrangement on the floor – all designed to re-enact the original khan toke experience.
Tung Ka Cafe is one of Phuket’s best sunset viewing points and one of the only points that isn’t actually on the west coast. If the truth be known, west coast viewpoints can get pretty crowded at about 18:30, but Rang Hill, or Khao Rang in Phuket Town, the site of Tung Ka Café is relatively peaceful.
A social club for everyone. Spanning 1200 square meters, it is SIWILAI’s F&B and lifestyle arm, located likewise on the 5th floor of Central Embassy. Designed with various points of access from within the mall itself, the club’s expansive facade of ombre blues and white oak planks exude an airiness and approachability, inviting curious passer-bys to come and discover what exactly lies behind these indigo-accented shutters. A neon light installation shines vividly and visibly from every level of the mall; viewed from above or straight-on, it appears indecipherably abstract, but when seen from below through ascending eyes, it reads, “Beach in The Sky.”
Known as the former capital of the Lan Na Kingdom from 1296 to 1768 before become the Kingdom of Chiang Mai a tributary state of Siam or Thailand in the present, this popular northern province claims its right to be one of the world’s best travel destinations with a longstanding history, rich culture, age-old traditions passed from generations to generation and unique ways of life. Situated among mountains, Chiang Mai proposes exceptional experience for city break or nature getaway. You can only do so much in 48 hours, it will be one packed-trip that will leave you impressed and long for more.