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So, if you found Been there twice during my stay at Chiang Mai and it's full. Mostly frequented by locals. There's live band.
Lively place, great ambience. Note that last call to order drinks is 1am. The vibes was great with good music. The food was good with pretty reasonable priced. Close at 1am. Amazing place. Would definitely recommend. Will sure come back next time. The drink menu is decent, a bit overpriced, but this place draws in tourists, ex pats, and locals. There are three music areas, however we went on a weekday and there was only two music rooms to choose from. It was still rather busy though, Me and my wife visited this place after having a meal further up the street in Chiang Mai, only wanting a couple of drinks to end what had been a quiet night.
As we approached the bar the security staff near the entrance initially let We came here to watch a world cup game. That's exactly what Warm Up Cafe is for. If you're not there to watch a sporting event or party the night away with local college students, you're in the wrong place. If your looking for a gourmet feast, not happening here.
Eating Raw Food Through the Winter
This is a night club and a It is a great place for music and drinks but never have your dinner here. Their menu is super big in term of choices but it took them slightly more than 2 hours to serve us. Some of my friends left to look for food Unless you are Thai, it would be wise to avoid this bar at all costs. Flights Vacation Rentals Restaurants Things to do. Chiang Mai. Sign in. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers. Warm Up Cafe, Chiang Mai. See all restaurants in Chiang Mai. Warm Up Cafe Unclaimed. All photos Ratings and reviews 3.
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Does this restaurant offer free wifi? Does this restaurant offer outdoor seating? Thanks for helping! Share another experience before you go. Details Manage this business? Bar, Asian, Thai, Pub, International.
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Reviews Write a review. Filter reviews. Traveler rating. Excellent Very good Average Poor 8. Terrible Traveler type. Time of year. Language English. Typically, a raw foods diet consists of foods that are uncooked, unheated, and often cold.
However, Elysa shows her readers how to enjoy her recipes to the fullest by warming the foods without destroying their valuable enzymes. By using familiar household appliances, such as an electric skillet or a coffee warming plate, she warms her dishes to no more than degrees to heighten the dining experience.
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Elysa demystifies the term living foods in her introduction by defining them as foods that have been sprouted or germinated, foods such as grains, legumes, nuts, or seeds. For those unfamiliar with raw foods she explains that these are eaten in their completely natural state--fresh and uncooked, though not sprouted.
In her chapter Getting Started , the author discusses the different equipment typically used in preparing living foods. Unlike a traditional kitchen where the oven and range top are central to cooking, her food preparation area has five basic appliances: a juicer, a blender, a dehydrator, an electric skillet, and a food processor. Elysa then discusses other tools and appliances "that you will appreciate" such as a Vita-Mix, a nut and seed grinder, a coffee warming plate, wide-mouthed glass jars, and sharp knives.
Between the covers of this treasury of original recipes is a basic handbook that provides a plethora of temptations beginning with Golden Applesauce with Fruit Chips for breakfast to her Date Nut Torte for dessert. Appealing enhancements to the book are the four double-sided color photo pages interspersed throughout.
Elysa provides a menu plan for seven days but stresses that her suggestions are only that. She encourages one to mix and match the menu suggestions and to enjoy a lunch dish for dinner or vice versa if temptation calls. Spirited by Elysa's tempting recipes we prepared her Creamy Squash Soup. It was indeed creamy, flavorful, and satisfying.
Her directions were easy and so was the process. It was a hit! We were eyeing the recipe for Eggplant "Pizza" but we don't have a dehydrator and passed it by. Re-reading the recipe after dinner, we realized that one of her suggested options was sun-drying. Too bad we didn't read through the entire recipe before hand. We suggest YOU do. We moved on to the Barley Warmed Casserole and noted the directions were very easy to follow--very warming and tasty. By then we were craving the dessert we had made earlier that day.