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    Top 10 Hemp-Friendly Restaurants In Thailand
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    Today, hemp is all the rage in the food and beverage industry; and it’s no different in Thailand, with many restaurants incorporating it into their menu. This variety of cannibis has multiple purported benefits, including pain relief and has a mild, nutty taste. Furthermore, it’s rich in anti-oxidants, minerals and vitamins making it nutritious as well. From hemp-infused Thai dishes, hemp-flavoured dessert to herbaceous tea, here are the top 10 hemp-friendly restaurants in Thailand to explore CBD food and drink.

    Kiew Kai Ka | Bangkok
    Everyone can enjoy traditional Thai dishes with healthy cannabis leaves at Kiew-Kai-Ka. A café serves tea, coffee and cannabis-based bakery. Kiew Kai Ka, which means “celadon green” in Thai, features two glasshouse structures that display tropical greenery at their best. It makes you feel like you’re in a forest. Enjoy unique delicacies crafted with local ingredients in one of the three zones: the dining room, outdoor patio, or cozy café. Phalo Bolan (stewed streaky pork with duck egg) and Pla Chon Na Jam Sin (snakehead fish with Tha) are two of the most popular dishes here. There are two branches, one in Chiang Mai and other one in Bangkok.
    • Opening hours : Ladprao Nak Niwat branch daily from 11.00 – 22.00 and Chiang Mai branch daily from 11.00 – 22.00.
    • Address : 33 Nakniwas Soi 3 Nakniwas Road, Ladprao Bangkok 10230.

    La Maison by Chef Billy
    Good moods are on the menu at La Maison by Chef Billy. It’s a charming little restaurant serving delicious western comfort food located at Lasalle Road in Bang Na. The Green Pesto, Happy Burger and the mouthwatering Wagyu Juicy Steak with Cannabis Butter are the popular dishes from the cannabis menu. So favour your taste buds by trying out some of these delectable cannabis-infused dishes. We recommend that you reserve a table in advance before you make your way there because the restaurant is usually packed.
    • Opening hours: 11:00 - 21:00
    • Address: 1561 Lasalle Rd, Khwaeng Bang Na, Bang Na, Bangkok 10260

    CoCo Chaophraya | Bangkok hemp-friendly restaurants
    With a stunning view of the Chao Phraya River, this luxury restaurant is a must-visit. The menu features more than ten cannabis-infused dishes, the majority of which are fusion-style dishes with exceptional flavor. Some of the dishes with Cannabis includes Wagyu Beef Larb, Fried Shrimp Spring Rolls, Wagyu Beef Salad, Wagyu Beef Basil Sea bass, Hemp leaf omelet, Fish & Chips and Truffle Mushroom Pizza. If you need a sweet drink to cool down in Thailand’s hot and humid weather, the restaurant also has Cannabis-Infused Honey Lemon and Cannabis-Infused Thai tea.
    • Opening hours : Daily from 10.00-23.00.
    • Address : Phra Sumen Road, Chana Songkhram Sub-District, Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok.

    Koko Japanese Restaurant | Bangkok
    Koko Japanese Restaurant is considered to be the first Japanese restaurant in Thailand to uses cannabis leaves as an ingredient in food . One of the popular dish here is the Omakase course. It’s a dish that assures limitless laughter for everybody who has tried this set menu. This course is priced at 3,555++ baht and has 15 menus. An example of Omakase course is the Kyuri Sunomono Hemp which is a soft snow lotus top served with Hokkaido scallops and boiled hemp leaves, Kinmedai Hemp, Himedai sushi served on yuzu zest and sprinkled with hemp powder on top. The restaurant serves made from cannabis induced know as “tea of happiness”.
    • Opening hours : Open 3 times a day daily at 12.00, 17.00 and 19.00.
    • Address : Behind Harinthorn Building, Soi Sathorn 4, North Sathorn Road, Silom, Bang Rak, Bangkok.

    Shin Shabu | Bangkokhemp-friendly restaurants
    Shin Shabu Buffet” A shabu restaurant you must not miss! Must-try menu includes cannabis-based soup, wagyu beef, Kurobuta pork, bacon, seafood, shrimp, bonchon chicken, nuggets and french fries. Many many snacks are offered starting at 399 baht and free hemp tea to keep you fully satisfied.
    • Opening hours : Open everyday from 11.00-21.00.
    • Address : Soi Premier 1, Nong Bon Subdistrict, Prawet District Bangkok.

    IS AM ARE | Bangkok
    IS AM ARE adds a unique twist by roasting cannabis leaves and overheating them to extract the THC oil and mixing them with seasonings to add flavor to the dishes. Snapper lollipops, Hilarious French fries, Super paplern, Spicy pork Sweet Smile Omelette and Mocktail zuza. Just reading the menu names already sounds interesting! You can even request the cook if you wants to add more cannabis leaves to your dish.
    • Opening hours : Open every day from 18.00-24.00.
    • Address : Chan Road, Chong Nonsi Subdistrict, Yannawa District, Bangkok.

    Roddeeded By Khun Nop | Bangkok
    A perfect place for meat lovers! Roddeeded Baan Khun Nopa beef noodle restaurant famous for their premium grade grilled beef. It’s a jaw dropping pan of meat that greets you as you enter the shop. The restaurant now has a special menu that mixes hemp in their food to enhance the taste to leave craving more and more. The menu set also comes with a “happy drink”.
    • Opening hours : Open daily from 10.00-22.00 hrs.
    • Address : Soi Chula 9 Building near Sam Yan Market, Rama 4 Road, Wang Mai Subdistrict, Pathumwan District, Bangkok.

    Baan E-san Nakhon Sawan | Nakhon Sawan
    The popular dish at Baan E-san Nakhon Sawan is the omelet served with marijuana. The first restaurant in Nakhon Sawan to launch a menu uses cannabis leaves for cooking. This place will surprise and delight you with fantastic dishes that leaves you in a good mood all days long. The restaurants adds a twist to the names their dishes in menu. For instance, “Braised Pork with basil leaves that relieves stress” or “curry to enhance your mood”. The restaurant is located in Nakhon Sawan.
    • Opening hours: Open every day from 10:30 AM to 10 PM.
    • Address: Moo 4, Sawanvithi Road. Nakhon Sawan Tok Subdistrict Mueang Nakhon Sawan Municipality District Nakhon Sawan Province.

    Ton Kaprow | Kaeng Khoi
    As one of the most iconic dishes in Thai cuisine and the ultimate comfort food, Pad Kaprow is known and loved by foodies around the world. Ton Kaprow serves Kra Pao dishes with cannabis leaf. When you order Kra Pow, you can choose whatever meat you like – pork, chicken, shrimp, and sometimes beef. This delightful dish tastes spicy, sweet, and savoury, all at once. Mouthwatering desserts include Dark cannabis brownies, fragrant cannabis tea, and finely-flavored cannabis ice cream. The service is outstanding. You’ll feel welcomed from the moment you walk through the door.
    • Opening hours: Open Monday – Saturday from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM. The shop is closed every Sunday.
    • Address: Sud Banthat Road, Kaeng Khoi Subdistrict, Kaeng Khoi District, Saraburi Province.

    HOP Beer House Korat | Nakhon Ratchasima
    So, for those who are looking for a place to achieve ultimate zen vibes, we’d recommend you head up to HOP Beer House Korat, the first hemp restaurant in the area. HOP Beer House Korat’s hemp menu features traditional western dishes such as pasta and pizza, some of which are topped with fresh cannabis leaves. Mai pen rai translates to “not a thing,” which is the antithesis of the restaurant’s Thai menu, as HOP Beer House Korat also serves local favorites with hemp. This restaurant is only a 3-4 hour drive from Bangkok; interested visitors can also fly from Bangkok to Isan’s Nakhon Ratchasima Airport for 1.5 hours, then drive for an hour to the HOP Beer House Korat.
    • Opening Hours: Daily, 11:00 – 00:00.
    • Address: Sri Nakhon Rd, Tambon Nai Mueang, Amphoe Mueang Nakhon Ratchasima, Chang Wat Nakhon Ratchasima 30000.

    Wizard Brewery – Hemp Cafe and Bar | Pattaya
    Spicy food lovers, please look here! If you’re planning a weekend beach trip to Pattaya, don’t forget to stop by Wizard Brewery for some delectable Thai cuisine. Throughout your meal, the exhilarating spicy Tom Yum soup will put a smile on your face. Try the cannabis-infused Yum Salmon Hunsa while you’re there. It’s a spicy salad with sashimi, garlic, and marijuana. You will be elated after eating this dish.
    • Opening hours: 18:00 - 2:00
    • Address: Moo 10, 397/42, Phatthayasaisong 14 Alley, Bang Lamung District, Chon Buri 20150

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    Where to find cannabis-infused food in Thailand

    With the recent relaxation of cannabis restrictions in Thailand, the cannabis craze has taken the country by storm. The new law does come with a caveat that any extract made from cannabis – including food – must contain less than 0.2% of the psychoactive component called tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). In simple words, while the food may make you feel a little relaxed, you won’t be anywhere near high. That said, cannabis-infused food still tastes good, and the experience can be exciting. Restaurants and cafes around the country are quickly capitalising on the trend. So, if you’re looking for one such experience, we’ve narrowed down the best cafes and restaurants serving cannabis-infused food across Thailand. Here are our top picks.
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    Oumi Organic Cafe (Bangkok)
    If you’re looking for a comfortable cannabis-infused experience, then the Oumi Organic Cafe is perfect for you. Located just off Soi Rangnam Road, Oumi Organic Cafe has a chilled-out atmosphere that’ll make you feel like you’re a world away from the noisy capital. Every corner is photo-worthy – or “Instagrammable,” if you will. From drinks and baked goods to all things cannabis, this small but homey cafe will make sure to delight your taste buds (at a reasonable price!). And to add an extra magical touch, all ingredients come from organic farms, hence the name. Cannabis matcha brownie is possibly one of the favourite baked goods on the menu here. But the vegan banana cake, oatmeal cookies, croissant, and coconut cake shouldn’t be missed as well. For the drinks, be sure to get one of their amazing lattes.
    • Opening hours: Daily from 8:00 – 2:00.
    • Address: 41 Soi Thep Hatsadin, Khwaeng Thanon Phaya Thai, Khet Ratchathewi, Bangkok 10400.
    Chi Samui (Koh Samui)
    Welcome to Koh Samui’s first cannabis restaurant/beach club, Chi Samui. Sitting right in front of the beach, this restaurant is your go-to choice if you are looking for the perfect place to chill with good music, a sparkling ocean as far as the eyes can see, a refreshing breeze, and of course, tasty food. Chi Samui serves a wide selection of dishes, such as pizza, burgers, pasta, and even local Thai cuisines like Pad Kaprao — all infused with cannabis. Teas, lemonades, shakes, cocktails, and lemonades are also on the menu. Absolutely try the hemp cocktails if you want to treat yourself. And if you’re bringing someone who prefers not to consume cannabis-infused food or you just don’t want to get too carried away, Chi Samui’s non-cannabis menu is extensive and exceptional. The restaurant has also been praised for its excellent service many, many times, so get ready to have a fantastic time.
    • Opening hours: Daily from 9:00 – 23:00.
    • Address: 16/4 Moo 4, Bophut, Koh Samui, Surat Thani 84320.
    WholeWeed House (Bangkok)
    As the name clearly suggests, WholeWeed House offers all things cannabis. Their mission is to serve people who “crave unique cannabis flavours, experiences, and menus,” so expect to get the best of the best here. They offer a variety of cannabis and non-cannabis meals on their menu, ranging from toasties and pastries to lattes and organic cannabis-infused tea. WholeWeed House’s cannabis-infused lavender chamomile cannabis tea is super relaxing, and perfect for those who want to let off some steam. Looking for something to refuel your stomach? The delicious toasties are excellent, especially when you pair them with something light like soda. If you want to stay “baked,” try one of their mouthwatering baked goods, such as the delicious fudge chocolate brownies, chocolate chip cookies, and Basque burnt cheesecake. For a unique experience, try one of the Cloudy Smoothies with Weed Jellies or even the Cannabis Sugar-free gummies.
    • Opening hours: From 9:00 – 18:00. Closed every Monday.
    • Address: 37/1 Prasarnmitr Sukhumvit 23 Klongtuey-Nua, Watthana, Bangkok 10110.
    The Service 1921 Restaurant & Bar (Chiang Mai)
    Fine dining with cannabis, anyone? This restaurant is a bit more luxurious than some of the other options on the list because they offer a fine dining experience with cannabis-infused food. We recommend trying the spicy grilled prawns with traditional Thai herbs and cannabis or the deep-fried sea bass with crispy cannabis leaves. Not a fan of seafood? They also have tasty braised pork spare ribs with shitake and cannabis soup, as well as stir-fried beef tenderloin with sesame, capsicum, coriander, garlic, chilli bean, and cannabis. The restaurant also offers cannabis-based drinks, such as the Genmaicha Hazelnut Latte and Cannabis Fizzy. For something a little bit different, try the H.I.D or Hemp in Distiller, which contains fresh cannabis leaves, pandan leaf, monsoon jasmine tea, dry orange, and chamomile tea. Aside from the delicious cannabis and non-cannabis menu, The Service 1921 Restaurant & Bar also offers an elegant ambience, mainly thanks to its location in a splendid old colonial house.
    • Opening hours: Daily from 12:00 – 14:30, 17:30 – 22:00.
    • Address: Anantara Chiang Mai, 123, 1 Charoen Prathet Rd, Tambon Chang Khlan, Mueang Chiang Mai District, Chiang Mai 50100.
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    Koko Restaurant - Bangkok

    Koko Japanese Restaurant (Bangkok)
    Koko Japanese Restaurant takes omakase to the next level by infusing cannabis into every single bite. A multi-course sushi experience is already perfect, and when you add cannabis to each roll? We dare say it’s otherworldly. At 2,555++ THB per person, you can enjoy 12 courses of cannabis-infused items, including Kinmedai Hemp and Akaebi Hemp, all artistically presented. Using premium ingredients, each item is fresh and delicious. To top it off, order the “tea of happiness,” a cannabis-induced tea that’ll fill your day with laughter. The restaurant has a great atmosphere and the staff are very friendly. The chefs are super helpful and may even explain the meals they’re serving. Overall, trying cannabis-infused omakase in Koko Japanese Restaurant can be a memorable experience. Be sure to make a reservation in advance as the place tends to get crowded really fast.
    • Opening hours: Daily from 10:00 to 21:00.
    • Address: Harindhorn Building, ถนน สีลม, Khwaeng Silom, Khet Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500
    Last edited by Xerxes; 07-18-2022, 02:59 PM.