To Dash ! Restaurant & Bar   Noi Tevis, owner and gourment chef, was born in Thailand and educated in the United States where she lived for many years. In 2009, Noi dicided to return her hometown of Chiang Mai to share her greatest passion: excelence in cooking and amazing food.
    Dash! was jointly conceived by Noi and a local architect. It was constructed in the wooden tradition and style of northern Thai architecture on land owned for generations by Noi's family. Dash! Restaurant & Bar is lovingly named after Noi's son Dashiell.
     Dash! is the best destination for goumet eating. It offer a delicious variety of Thi dishis as well as traditional western "comfort foods" such as homemade hamburgers with fries and Italian pastas with homemade sauces. Every dish is freshly prepared. Breakfast and brunch include Continental or American style breakfast choices, yoghurt, fresh seasonal fruit, fruit smoothies and freshly squeezed huices.

     Dash! brews a variety of delicious coffee drinks made from fair-trade Arabica and Robusta organic coffee beans grown by the hill tribes in Northern Thailand. A variety of teas, from traditional Chinese to the classic English tea are also included in the menu. Don't forget to try Noi's "to-die-for" brownies and carrot cake. Food is served daily from 9:00am to 10:00pm.

     Dash! bar, which is open until midnight, offers beers, wines, cocktails, soft-drinks, coffees, teas, smoothies and fresh juices. You are very welcome to join us in our traditional Thi-styly lodge where seating is available indoors, on the porch or in the garden.

     We look forward to your joining us in Chiang Mai's newest, most gracious and beautiful Dash!! Restaurant & Bar. Sawatdee kha!

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38/2 Moon Muang Rd. Soi 2 T.Pasing A.Muang Chiang mai
Tel : 085-347-7445,053-279230   E-mail : Noitevis@comcast.net
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     Relax in out Sala Pavnon Room , located on the second floor. Here our patrons can enjoy ther meals and soclake in a tradtional Thai environment with low tables and comfartable cushions. The Sala room seats up to 30 people and can be prvately reserved for specal occaxions.
      Learn to cook traditional Thai dishes with Noi who has 15 years' experience teaching cooking, both privately and at Mercer Island Community Center (USA). Her fully-equipped, 10-burner "kitchen classroom" is where the creative fun begins. Tailor your class menu to your own wishes, or ask Noi for her suggestions. Classes include ingredient shopping at local markets with Noi, which is an adventure in itself! Conclude the day enjoying your tasty dishes and new skills gained from cooking with an expert.