iEat Lampang Milk

Fresh milk and popular teatime snacks

Fresh farm milk

Refresh and relax at this Lampang’s local hot spot: Je White Nom Sod. Owner Sirilak started this business 30 years ago, when the then government promoted its milk-drinking policy and the concept of fresh milk with homemade bread was a hit. Sirilak sources her milk from an organic farm in Chaiprakarn close to Chiang Mai known for its corn and bean-fed cows.

Old recipe, fresh look

Inspired by her producer son M’s eye for design, Sirilak recently renovated and revamped the shop giving it a new look and feel. Some things never change; the service is still old fashioned warm. Here everyone is treated like a family member.

Beauty food

They also sell edible birds’ nests soup (THB 60). The Chinese believe that bird’s nest is good for health, especially for the skin! Have an ice-cold milk in the hot summer have or enjoy a hot one in the cooler winter months. Milk menu starts from THB 30, homemade toasted bread is THB 17.

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