Northern Thais are fiercely proud of their traditions and their unique culinary heritage. The Lanna Kingdom, which ruled this part of the nation for around five centuries, bequeathed myriad riches, including a roll call of culinary creations that are hard to find in other parts of the Kingdom. These delicious dishes are all present and correct at Reun Come In, which promotes both northern cuisine and culture. An atmospheric teak house summons up an authentic vibe, as too do servers attired in traditional Lanna clothing. The food doesn’t let down either. Dishes are prepared from family recipes, passed through the generations, and include highlights such as sai ur (northern Thai sausage) and kaeng hua plee (curry made with banana leaf).