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SIMPLE IS BEST
2 Free-range organic poached eggs & hollondealse, Alamania ham, Rocket, Grilled mushrooms, Avocado on sesame toast.
2 Free-range organic eggs in any style (poached or scrambled), Crispy bacon, Sausage, Grilled tomatoes, Pepperoni, Sautee mushrooms, Baked beans, Sesame toast.
2 Free-range organic poached eggs, Vegetables salad, Grilled tomatoes, Sauteed mushrooms, Smashed avocado.
GRAPH YARD PANCAKES
Fluffy pancakes, caramelised bananas and walnuts, Salted caramal sauce, Nutty crumble and fresh seasonal fruit.
Homemade falafel, Tahini sauce, Salsa salad, pickles, Pita brade.
Tuna redsauce, Cheddar chesse, Vegetables salad, Sesame toast.
Grilled salmon with mustard sauce, Sauteed spinach.
FETTUCCINE WITH SPICY
FETTUCCINE WITH SHRIMP
Squid & tobiko in creamy white sauce
FETTUCCINE WITH MUSHROOM
and ham in creamy white sauce
with garlic & chili
Sausages + Basil
Olives + Zucchini + Pepper
Ham + Mushroom + Olives
Tuna + Red onion
PROSCIUTTO E FUNGHI
Ham + Mushroom
Anchvies + Capers
Anchvies + Capers
BACON & BASIL
“Every dish is inspired.
We believe that for food, ingredients, and preparation, attention to every little detail and aesthetic value are inseparable. It's not just food that we serve but a passion in each dish. Our home-made pasta is freshly and individually prepared. We believe that slow food is good food. So, please don't hurry, take your time to enjoy the atmosphere and experience! Sharing happy little things is beautiful!”
Chiang Mai coffee specialists Graph Cafe open food-focused spin-off
The beloved coffee house is branching out.
By Monruedee Jansuttipan | May 14, 2015
One of the most checked-in and reputable coffee makers in Chiang Mai, Graph Cafe is branching out with a bigger food-focused venue, Graph Table (Moonmuang Soi 6, Sriphoom, 086-567-3330.
Not far from the old tiny cafe in Chiang Mai's Old Town, the spot welcomes you with a dark-hued wooden façade, window boxes and hanging plants.
The kitchen has been trained by a friend of the owner who hails from Sicily, Italy, and as such serves mostly fresh homemade Italian cuisine with organic local produce such as free-range eggs from a farm in Lamphun.
For breakfast expect artfully named egg dishes such as Monet (mashed avocado on salsa salad) or Post Modern (eggs Benedict with deboned emilano ham on toast, B120) or the Moonmuang (poached egg on toast with baked beans and grilled mushroom, B110).
They also serve salads, garlic bread and lasagna along with classic pizzas (ranging from B180-260) and pastas (B160-195).
Of course, you're still guaranteed a good cup of coffee, too.