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Why Deck 1 is special ?
Deck1 is part of Wat Kate Community, an ancient community and recipient of the Architectural Conservation Award from the Association of Siamese Architects under Royal Patronage for its preservation of historical buildings, cultures and traditions.
Open for service all starting with various healthy choices in the breakfast buffet, lunch, afternoon tea, and a full course dinner in a romantic setting under the moon and stars. Come and experience the true meaning of Exotic Scene and Cuisine.
The charm of Deck1 is second to none. Enjoy a full view of the river from any part of the restaurant under the cool shads of large trees, friendly with the environment and community. Relax on soft couches in open space under the sky and savor delectable Modern Asian Fusion foods that perfectly blend Thai, Asian and Western cuisines, followed with freshly made sweets and desserts from the restaurant's renowned chef.
How to get to Deck 1?
From Tapae Gate drive over Nawarat Bridge and turn left on Charoen Rajd Road, a historic commercial road that runs parallel to Ping River. Deck1 is across RarinJinda Wellness Spa & Resort.
- Very nice location at the river
- So nice place, delicious and kind
- Good prices and nice river view
- Nice view, good wine and nice foreigner
- One of the best restaurant in Chiang Mai
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Medium
- Alcohol YES
- Air condition NO
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card NO
- Serve breakfast YES
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian NO
1, 14 Chareonraj Rd., T. Wat Kate, A. Muang, Chiang Mai
Tips for you
Deck 1 is the restaurant for the Rarinjinda Wellness Spa Resort. It replaces the restaurant that was within the hotel grounds. That space is now a gym. We had a package that included a buffet breakfast and a set dinner. There were four choices for dinner. Each choice included a range of Thai dishes, and dessert. The food was uniformly delicious, and portion sizes were more than enough for the two of us. The breakfast buffet has a good selection to choose from. There is a 'to order' omelette station, and a mix of Oriental and Western breakfast foods. Fresh fruit and vegetable juices, hot soya milk and very good coffee round out the breakfast offerings. There is an ala carte menu, and the restaurant is happy to substitute items to meet dietary restrictions. Don't plan on losing weight at the Rarinjinda if you eat your meals at Deck 1. As the name implies, the restaurant has an outdoor deck overlooking the Ping River. Very pleasant, both night and day.
So nice place delicious and kind. Really good service in special the waiters Jane and P. They have a really good chef !!! Dont miss the desserts !!