Home-Made Sausages and Northern-Style Curry | Chiang Rai, Thailand

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Just a few minutes walk from the golden clocktower in Chiang Rai in main street, there’s this restaurant called “Barrab”. Covered with dark brown wooden wall and tables, the place has a modern atmosphere, not like other local restaurant with simple chair and tables. Sitting in front of the table, I noticed so many different kinds of bills and coins from around the world under the table glass, seemed this restaurant is popular among travelers.

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Listened to staff’s description of food, we ordered Northern-style beef curry with ginger and some home-made sausages, as recommended on the menu, and chicken cashew nut for me, as always. (I know I need to try something different but always ended up ordering my favorite haha)

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With a bottle of Chang beer in a hand, we enjoyed our meal. Every time I chew sausages I taste different vegetables and meat, and I liked the little bit of spiciness from black peppers. They went so well with beers, couldn’t stop tasting them together. Also the curry was good. I was craving beef since I didn’t have it for a long time, so I savored it with curry soup. It was a little spicy for me, but was really good at the same time.

Home-made sausages are one of my favorite food in north. I often saw street vendors selling them, and they were variety of kinds. If you have any chance to come up north, I recommend you to try one of them. You may or may not find your favorite!

Where we ate: Barrab (Google Maps)

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11 thoughts on “Home-Made Sausages and Northern-Style Curry | Chiang Rai, Thailand

  1. Hi Arisa!

    I’m heading to Thailand and Singapore next month! I was wondering if you can recommend places/food (especially) that I MUST try out/go to and what is overrated that I wouldn’t be so bummed if I miss out on it!

    Thanks so much!
    Camille

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    • Thank you for your comment! I’m super excited to hear that you are visiting Thailand! I’m so jealous haha. As for recommendation, I suggest you to try Pad Thai, a very popular Thai noodle 🙂 I wrote a post about it at the very beginning of this blog, so feel free to check it out! Also, for accommodation, I would say on Samsen road. Just 10 min walk from khaosan road, but very quiet neiborhood, and delicious local restaurants! xD Let me know how your trip turned out, I would be so happy to hear it 🙂

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