Your welcome is warm in Thai or English, the mood and music are mellow. A cocktail feels right, perhaps a classic margarita. At your table everything is personal, the service gliding and silky: immaculate linen, heavy cutlery, soft butter and warm bread rolls. Everything is just so. The food is all you imagined.
If you are considering visiting DK David’s Kitchen at 909 then it is a good idea to book a table in advance. The staff print off your names and add a greeting to your reserved table. The perfect honeymoon surprise.
We have a minimal Dress Code. We do not allow:
– Singlet T-Shirts [ T-Shirts with no sleeves]
– Flip Flops
– Running Shorts
– Baseball Caps
In early December 2017, Chiang Mai was awarded the UNESCO title of Creative City. In 2015, Chiang Mai was on the tentative list for UNESCO World Heritage inscription. Chiang Mai was one of two tourist destinations in Thailand on TripAdvisor's 2014 list of "25 Best Destinations in the World", where it stands at number 24. Chiang Mai's historic importance is derived from its close proximity to the Ping River and major trading routes.
While officially the city (thesaban nakhon, "city municipality") of Chiang Mai only covers most parts of the Mueang Chiang Mai District with a population of 160,000, the city's sprawl extends into several neighboring districts. The Chiang Mai metropolitan area has a population of nearly one million people, more than half the total of Chiang Mai Province.