Dear diners, please be aware that the restaurant will be closed for lunch bookings during the summer months. Thank you for your understanding.
Named after the city where the restaurant’s owner – Goya – grew up, Chiangmai Thai Bistro brings an authentic taste of North Thailand to Warrington. Found on London Road, this Thai restaurant serves up favorites from The Land of Smiles in a contemporary and casual bistro setting, drawing in Southeast Asian loving foodies from all over the area to its location in Stockton Heath. Whether it's for lunch or dinner, Chiangmai Thai Bistro is always a favourite. Find out what the fuss is all about and book a table at this charming Thai bistro now!
Chiangmai at Stockton Heath is no longer serving a tapas style menu. That said, all starters and mains ordered by our party were absolutely delicious.
Absolutely fabulous food! Cannot fault ansibgle dish. The restaurant was very quiet when we were there as it was early doors on a Sunday so we had excellent service, ordered as we went along and every dish was gorgeous. We eat a lot of Thai food and this is one of the tastiest restaurants for authentic Thai that we have been too. Highly recommend. Be prepared though if you are with a big eater as it isn’t the cheapest place to go if you want to eat vast quantities
Fantastic food and fantastic service! I’ve visited twice in 2 weeks! And 20% off for NHS staff at weekends, perfect! We would all efinitely recommend.
Growing up in Chiang Mai, Goya was taught how to cook by her grandmother from a very young age. Using time-tested recipes as well as her own creations, Goya whips up tantalising Thai cuisine that keeps Warrington foodies coming back to Chaingmai Thai Bistro in Stockton Heath for more and more. Kick your meal off with some tom kha gai, a fragrant sweet and sour Thai soup with chicken, coconut, milk, lemongrass, galangal, white mushroom, fresh lime juice and coriander, or the gai tod khun yai, deep-fried golden and crispy chicken wings with lemongrass served with sweet chilli dipping sauce, made from Goya’s grandmother's own recipe.
Then, move on to a traditional Thai curry like the gaeng khow soi gai, a Northern Thai-style yellow curry with chicken topped with crispy noodles and served with red onion and chilli oil, or another home-style Thai favourite like the pad thai, the national dish of Thailand. For an authentic Thai experience in Warrington, take a trip Chiangmai Thai Bistro on Stockton Heath’s London Road. Booking a table in advance is recommended.