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Arcobaleno, a beautiful word, means rainbow in Italian. This word has inspired us to create the slogan of our restaurant as “The Color of Taste”.The Color of Taste is representing to our variety of authentic Italian recipes that we serve through our warm, comfortable, and lovely atmosphere. We are proudly using our original recipes even though we have moved from an original location, Babelon, located in front of Chiang Mai University.An antique wooden house in the large garden was transformed into Arcobaleno, the lovely Italian restaurant with plenty of parking spaces. This place is decorated with the inspiration of clean, comfortable, and relaxed impression that you will perceive as very much…
$2 - $19
Takeout, Reservations, Seating, Waitstaff, Parking Available, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar
All reviews tiramisu pasta crepes salmon osso bucco clams pork cream sauce italian thai food is consistently excellent thursday evening olive oil the house red wine close to our hotel prompt service an appetizer crust
In all the years we have been coming to Chiang Mai, we always pick Arcobeleno as our first stop. The food is consistently excellent and fresh. I may be stuck but love the eggplant Parmesan. The spinach crepes can’t be beat. The other night my...More
Serve one of the best ravioli and pasta I have ever had. Generous portion of food and wine by the glass. Staff was friendly and helpful. The restaurant is run by a second generation of Italian-Thai family.
The best Italian cuisines is here, with a long history. Every dish was cooked delicately so you could feel nature of the ingredients. The services were very good, the gentleman who served us kindly explained about the menus and also he knew much about wines....More
My capresi was perfect - and made with best quality olive oil. And my wife's Caesar salad made with proper, deep green, tasty lettuce - not the anaemic tasteless crunchy pale stuff. We were a group of seven and we all sampled each other's dishes...More
Our concierge at 137 Pillars House booked us into this charming Italian when we needed a break from Thai food. We seemed to be the only non-Thai guests, a good sign, and the food was authentic, delicious, and reasonably priced. Prompt service and a warm,...More
This restaurant was close to our hotel and as the weather wasn’t great we stayed local. The food was ok , pizza a bit greasy but all passable. The interior of the restaurant was again just ok, jaded and could do with a makeover really....More
They open 11am to 2pm lunch times and 530pm till 10pm dinner.
The menu for lunch, so I was advised is different to that of the dinner menu and seeing as how I was there for diner, I'll talk of that. It was a Thursday...More
One of the oldest Italian restaurant in town. Started up by Italian father, now run by his daughter. One will not have bad surprise from this place. And their house wine are very drinkable. It is one of my regular. If you are lucky and...More
Sunday lunch was a nightmare in this joint. The spaghetti puttanesca was frankly the worst I have ever tasted anywhere in the world over the last 50 years. Inedible. When I asked for some basic red (pomodoro sauce), in order to try and choke down...More
This is the third Italian restaurant I’ve eaten at during my month in Chiang Mia and it’s the best.
The pasta is homemade and cooked to perfection. They offer a good selection of wine by the bottle or glass and I was pleasantly surprised by...More