About Wild Rose

Traditionally a very rural cuisine, Northern Thai food is an experience for all five senses. We never frown on using your hands as utensils – just don’t expect chopsticks here!
The most significant difference with Northern Thai fair is that nearly every meal is accompanied with ‘khao niew’, sticky Jasmine rice meant for eating with your hands. Best enjoyed when formed into small croquettes, the sticky rice is dipped in the fresh chili pastes and sauces that are most prominent in Chiang Mai and its surrounding areas. Fresh and crunchy vegetables are served with every sauce, dip, and paste. Sorry folks, no Pad Thai here either!
Our menu is not divided into courses, but rather into separate categories that make up a complete traditional Northern Thai meal. Dishes are prepared for sharing, and we encourage mixing & matching menu items. A Northern Thai meal is a communal event – so have some fun while you’re our guest! Chiang Mai is near and dear to our hearts, which means every dish crafted at the Wild Rose comes from a family recipe. So, Bend…welcome to our family! We’ll be servin’ up sticky rice here for a long while. 

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