Huan Soontaree is Chiang Mai's most recognizedNorthern Thai restaurant, known for its classic “authentic” Northern Thai cuisine. Launched in 1997, Huan Soontaree boasts riverside garden dining and live music.
The Huan Soontaree brand is a family run business and is a 'must try' destination when in the Northern Thai capital, offering signature dishes such as Boneless Murrel Fish stuffed with crab and pork loin served with our secret seafood sauce. Chef Andrew Commins has pioneered and transformed the dining experience into a remarkable food adventure.
The combination of nature, music, and food all form the Huan Soontaree experience. Listen to live music of Northern Thai sounds and indulge in watching the famous folk song legend Soontaree Vechanont and Lanna Commins.
Overlooking the northern banks of the Ping River, Huan Soontaree offers a stunning view inside and out. Combining nature and outdoor seating, the atmosphere is memorable for every visitor.
You haven't been to Chiang Mai yet if you haven't visited Huan Soontaree.
Let your senses guide you through the journey of food and music.
eating locally grown food
Local food has more nutrients.
Picked at its peak ripeness.
Local food is full of flavour.
it benefits the environment.
it also supports the local economy.
Fresh food just tastes better.
money back into the community.
Huan Soontaree proudly sources food produce from local markets grown by local farmers. When grown locally, the crops are picked at their peak of ripeness so they are full of flavour.
Local produce has more nutrients all they have been through a much shorter traveling time between the harvest and your plate. They also haven't been chilled in a container for weeks while being shipped all the way from South America,
Importantly, local food supports the local economy. The money that is spent with local farmers and growers all stays close to home and is reinvested with businesses and services in your community.
Local food benifits the environment. Less carbon emissions from food transport, less plastic waste from imported food packaging, and it helps maintain local farm land.