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My partner and I travel to Thailand every year and prefer to eat street food so this review is not from a first time traveler.
We ate at the Cowboy hat lady stall last night. My husband and I were disappointed as this has very...More
You can find the famous "Braised Pork Rice", local food, dessert, fruits, some snacks along this street. I can say that the braised pork rice is really good. The meat is soft and tender and the taste is good. Nowonder, the cowboy lady is everywhere...More
Everyone know the famous cowboy hat lady but did you know in the same market you can order Khao Soi, an amazing soup found only in Chiang Mai. Khao Soi has a rich creamy Coconut flavor and will have you taste buds begging for more....More
In a city known for its street food, you have to be pretty darn good to stand out amongst the crowd and this place definitely does!
The simplicity works so well for it, it’s a simple dish done so, so well. Perfect balances of flavour...More
Very famous place to have pork leg with rice in chang phueak gate. Packed with tourist, price is affordable and decent pork leg, very soft and fatty but lack of spices. However it still a good start for your dinner as they have small or...More
Learnt about this place from the internet while doing our research of the good food in Chiangmai. We went to the stall around 5 pm and there was already a crowd at the tables & waiting for their takeaway. It's a free seating and the...More
First learned of this from Anthony Bourdain and glad I did. She is easy to find in her cowboy hat and the food is AMAZING! Nice simple dish with great flavor. The pork is fall of the bone tender and the sides are nice and...More
Ate the food here on a street food tour as well as the other Khao Kha Moo stall down the way in the same market. Truly delicious pork that was tender and melty in all the right places. Definitely get some stir fried morning glory...More
Street food at its best. Antony Bourdain visited this stall before & you won't miss the lady boss who always adorn a cowboy hat hence she's known as "cowboy lady".
The stall is located along the main street near to Tha Pae Gate.