A Khantoke or Khantok is a pedestal tray used as a small dining table by the Lanna people (of northern Thailand),Laotians, and by people from Isan (northeastern Thailand). A khantoke tray is a short, round table with several legs made from wood. It has a diameter of about 35 centimeters (14 in). It is comparable to the daunglan traditionally used in Burmese cuisine.
People in northern Thailand traditionally sit on the floor when eating. When the food is ready, it is poured into cups and placed on the khantoke tray. Then it is ready to be served.
Khantoke is used as dining furniture to keep food off the ground at special occasions such as wedding parties, funerals, housewarming parties and temple festivals
Old Chiang Mai Cultural Center, Enjoy a mixture of great food and taste of traditional Lanna Thai culture. Old Chiang Mai is the r first and original Khantoke and still the best
Located :Wulai Road, Muang, Chiang Mai
Dinner & Shows:Daily (8pm - 10pm)