The restaurant is open 7 days a week to both non-residents and residents
8am – 8pm
If the Restaurant is booked out for a wedding or birthday party, advance notice will be posted in the Restaurant and on our Facebook page: Doi Nok Strawberry Resort/Facebook
If you are coming for a special occasion, or have any special requests please do let us know when you book!
Private parties can be catered for at the Doi Nok Strawberry Restaurant. We host weddings, birthday parties, graduation parties and other celebrations.
Please contact us for further details;
telephone: +66 (0) 53-487289
Doi Nok Resort Restaurant offers delicious Thai, French and English food and drinks: and is open all year around to both non-residents as well as residents.
The Restaurant has beautiful views looking out across the land and crops whether it is strawberries, sunflowers or whatever season it is, against the wonderful backdrop of forest and mountains. You may even see the eagles soaring over the mountains.
Our staff speak Thai, English and French and will make you feel most welcome.
Doi Nok Strawberry Restaurant prides itself on the freshest and highest quality food, which is sourced locally. Meat and fish is refrigerated from source to delivery at the restaurant. One of the many reasons we see residents and visitors from Chiang Mai dining regularly at our restaurant.
Once you’ve spent a bit of time in the country you soon realise how important food and dining is in Thai culture. Eating is generally a very social affair in Thailand with Thai people seldom dining alone.
Thai food is eaten with a spoon and fork (if you’re right-handed, spoon in the right hand). It is the spoon that is placed into the mouth; the fork is used to push food on to the spoon. Chopsticks are only used for Chinese dishes or noodle soup, which is eaten with a combination of spoon and chopsticks. Most Thai food is already cut into small pieces before serving or is made soft enough to cut with a spoon or fork and a knife isn’t required.