Nestled on a quiet soi on the east side of the river, Green O’Clock is an often-overlooked café, guesthouse and art space. The café serves tasty Thai dishes, fruit shakes, coffees and a handful of desserts in a beautiful space filled with trees and plants. While the atmosphere is a welcome retreat to Chiang Mai’s concrete buildings and fluorescent lighting, Green O’Clock is not the place to go if you want a quick bite. Service is often nice, but slow, so come when you have extra time and want to soak up the scenery.
To get there, go down Kaew Nawarat road and take the third left after the river (Kaew Nawarat soi 2). Green O’Clock is 100m down on the right.
45-80 thb for dishes, 55-65 thb for drinks.