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Aug 31 2014

Fern Forest Café: Chiang Mai

Fern Forest Cafe was the first breakfast place we stumbled upon in Chiang Mai and we just keep going back. We were actually looking for (and not finding) another restaurant when we saw the sign for Fern Forest with an arrow pointing down a side road. We decided to give it a shot, and it has quickly become one of our favorite spots to work and enjoy a leisurely breakfast.

fern forest cafe

fern forest cafe

The seating is all outdoors and as you may have guessed, there is a forest of ferns with a small waterfall along the edge. The patio seating is comfortable and well-shaded. There are a couple well-positioned fans as well, making it cool even on hotter days. We love working in the fresh air with the sound of rushing water and birds in the background.

So far, we have enjoyed several breakfast options and sandwiches, and we are never disappointed. The menu is not extensive, but there is an indication on their menu that they are working to add more options. Fern Forest also has a sizeable selection of baked goods that we have not tried, but we are often tempted by the case of cakes and cookies by the register.

fern forest cafe

fern forest cafe

fern forest cafe

 

Quick Tips:

  • Fern Forest on Facebook (in Thai)
  • Open early (8 a.m.)
  • Free wi-fi
  • We went after a heavy rain and the stone patio was slick – be careful!
  • If you’re there for breakfast, try the bacon quiche
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Evanne Allen
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Evanne co-founded Poplar Travels after quitting her job in Washington, D.C. She got itchy feet at a young age and has never lost the urge to explore the planet. A previous museum employee, she is apt to drag travel partners into several cultural institutions anywhere she goes. She wishes she could speak every language and loves meeting new people.

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