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Kosher Restaurant in Chiang Mai

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Kosher Restaurant in Chiang Mai  is located at 189/15 ChangKlan Rd. Which is between the Shangrai-LA Hotel to the EMPRESS Hotel on same side of road.This is the extention of teh road that night bazaar is on.

Here you will find a selection of Israeli and Thai Kosher dishes and of course the Menu and kitchen is under the Supervision of Rabbi Yosef C. Kantor.

Sun-Thu: 9:30am to 11:30pm

Friday: 9:30am to 3:00pm

Motzaei Shabat: 9:00pm to 11:30pm

Telephone: 66 53 279 015 Mobile: 66 81 870 2249

Chabad of Chiang Mai

 

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