[Chiang Mai, Thailand] Lunch at Nasi Jumpru (นาซิ จำปู๋)

Set within an emerald-green paddy field, a short 25-minute car ride out of Chiang Mai, Nasi Jumpru’s modern-Thai cuisine proved to be light, tasty and amazingly addictive. The beautifully setting was a definite plus, away from hustle and bustle of downtown Chiang Mai.

The entrance was marked by a train of colourful Balinese-style flags.

Interesting selection of modern takes in Northern Thai staples.

  1. Deep-fried lychees stuffed with minced shrimp:

  1. Fermented pork, Northern-style (“nem”), wrapped in banana leaves with century-egg and salted duck’s egg, and steamed, served topped with flying fish roe.

  2. Pig’s ears, served with Thai pickled, spicy vegetables.

  1. Northern-style “Hong Lay” beef curry.

  1. Deep-fried chicken wings.

The only dessert item available was Mayongchid, a peach-like local plum, served sweetened and iced.

Nasi Jumpru
108 สันใต้ หมู่ 9 ซอย 5 ธวมโชค San Kamphaeng
Amphoe San Kamphaeng, Chang Wat, Chiang Mai 50130, Thailand
Tel: +66 81 831 9325
Opening hours: 11am-3pm, 5–10:30pm daily.


Looks great! Both the location and the food.
The Hong Lay looks like a Malaysian dish, not Rendang Beef but…
Can’t remember.

The pigs ear looks like it could go either way, my bet is chewy, rich and delicious.
Good stuff!

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