Located within the refreshingly-green courtyard of the Lanna Architecture Centre, it's pretty easy to miss this attractive little cafe (especially since the whole place is "concealed" behind a 5-foot tall red brick wall). Basically, walk along Ratchadamnoen Road (where the Sunday Market is held) towards Tha Phae Gate, and you'll find this spot on your right-hand side. Being in the former capital of the Kingdom of Lanna however, you must not miss the opportunity to visit the museum and so, why not stop by for a cuppa afterwards?
The Thai coffee served here is strong and tasteful (if you sit inside the cafe you get to see the hostess prepare your pot), and the cakes are mouth-wateringly delicious (though I did wish they have more local fares). It can get pretty hot during the day (no ACs, only ceiling fans). The prices are about mid-range, I'd say.
There's a nice, functioning cycle-rickshaw outside with which you can take pictures (and the hostess seems more-than-glad to play photog for me and my friends). We came early on a Monday morning and had the shop pretty much all to ourselves for a couple of hours. All in all, a lovely break from all the shopping and spa treatments.
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