Khantoke Dinner

Khantoke Dinner

Hor Neung Gai

Hor Neung Gai (Steamed Chicken with curry paste and Vermicelli wrapped in banana leaf)

Sticky Rice in Bamboo Basket

Sticky Rice in Bamboo Basket

Khantoke Dinner - Northern Thai Style Dinner

Khantoke Dinner - Northern Thai Style Dinner

Kao Tan - Crip Rice or Rice Cracker

Kao Tan - Crip Rice or Rice Cracker

Kaeng Hung Lay - Pork Curry

Kaeng Hung Lay - Pork Curry

Nam Prik Ong - Pork in Tomato Sauce

Nam Prik Ong - Pork in Tomato Sauce

Kab Moo - Crispy Pork Skin

Kab Moo - Crispy Pork Skin

Yum Tua Pap - Spicy Cooked Lablab Bean Salad

Yum Tua Pap - Spicy Cooked Lablab Bean Salad

Thai Desserts

Thai Desserts

Seasonal Thai Fruits

Seasonal Thai Fruits

Thai Dancing Show

Thai Dancing Show

Thai Dancing Show

Thai Dancing Show

Thai Dancing Show during Khantoke Dinner

Thai Dancing Show during Khantoke Dinner

Thai Dancing Practice after Khantoke Dinner

Thai Dancing Practice after Khantoke Dinner

Khom Loy - Floating Lantern

Khom Loy - Floating Lantern

  One thing a foreign tourist should experience in Chiang Mai is the Khantoke dinner.  It is a perfect event where you can learn more about traditional northern cuisine while enjoying traditional music and dance. Khantoke in the Northern dialect means a wooden tray used for carrying dishes. Round in shape, it is made of wood, varnished or lacquered with 5 or 6 short supporting legs.  At a Khantoke dinner, the host and the invited guests sit on the floor around the Khantoke, a circular tray with Northern dishes on it. Guests are encouraged to eat with their hands, as the locals do. The eating procedure is easy: take a handful of steamed sticky rice from the bamboo basket, roll, and dip it into the curry or chili paste and then taste it. During the Khantoke Dinner, several dances and shows are performed. The most popular Northern dance is Fon Leb or fingernail dance. This show is impressive as female dancers are dressed in Northern Thai style, and wear long pointed brass fingernails. After dinner have a fun with Thai dancing and have a unique experience & a moment to remember with Khom-Loy (floating lantern).  The Khom Loy gives you a beautiful and magic atmosphere on a special party or just when you want something special.  The Buddhist floating lantern for offering to Buddha, to have good luck in the present life and to be rich & good looking in the next life.  
   
  • Kao Tan / Kao Keab (Crisp Rice)
  • Kaeng Hang Lay (Pork Curry seasoned with Ginger, Tamarind, Turmeric)
  • Yum Tua Pap (Spicy Cooked Lablab Bean Salad)
  • Nam Prik Ong and Kab Moo (Pork in Tomato Sauce served with Fried Pork’s Peel and Vegetables) 
  • Hor Neung Gai (Steamed Chicken with curry paste and Vermicelli wrapped in banana leaf)
  • Sticky Rice or Jasmine Rice
  • Thai Dessert (Khanom Thai)
  • Seasonal Thai Fruits
  • Herbal Beverage
  • Enjoy eating traditional Chiang Mai food in Khantoke dinner
  • Dinner
  • Drinking water
  • Thai dancing show charge 400 THB (Please mention your require while booking a Khantoke Dinner.)
  • Alcoholic beverage, beer and soft drink

* We provide both floor seating & chair seating *

 Price: 

(Minimum 2 persons)


/person
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