The Duke's: "Great American food, loads of it and good value" Chiang Mai Restaurant Tip by scotfree

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There are two branches of Duke's - the original just over the river and another in the Night Bazaar. We've been several times to both branches (we live in Thailand) and it has always been good. It's owned/run by an American and his Thai wife - at the main, original branch he often comes out of the kitchen and talks to customers. It is principally an American menu (including Steaks, Ribs, Seafood, etc) and the burgers and pizzas in particular are really excellent. Although the prices might seem just a tad higher than other local eateries, the quality and quantity is such that it is just great value for money! Apparently, every 4th July it is Duke's that caters for the annual American Consulate party - that must say something! Make sure to book at weekends.

Favorite Dish: The first time we went my wife made the mistake of ordering a 'medium' size pizza which turned out to be humungous - we took most of it back home in a 'doggie' box!
I usually have a burger and fries with all the trimmings and sometimes(!) that means I don't have room for dessert!
We've taken friends who have had other choices off the large menu and were suitably impressed and stuffed!

Address: The Duke?s, 49/4-5 Chiangmai-Lamphun Road, Chiang
Price Comparison: about average
Directions: Main restaurant is located on the east bank of the Ping River, between the Nawarat Bridge and the Iron Bridge and the new branch is at Night Bazaar Chiang Mai Pavilion.
Phone: 053 ? 249231 & 053- 818 603
Price: US$11-20
Rating: 4
Theme: American

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