About Us

David Gordon – Owner

We have created Piccolo in the style of Bars that all of the team enjoy going to. I love to meet friends in Bars and also enjoy popping into a bar on my own for a drink after work or on my way home. My kind of bar that I like to visit has to be so welcoming and friendly that I feel like it is my second home.
Here at Piccolo we have tried to create somewhere where on your second visit everyone knows your name and is so happy to see you again. We have an extraordinary talented Spanish Chef Jesus who is so passionate about creating interesting and delicious Tapas and he is constantly evolving and adding to and changing the menu.
Alongside this we have what we believe is the best and most reasonably priced wine list in the city as well as reasonably priced cocktails and a fantastic Spanish Draught Beer Estrella Galicia. You will arrive the first time as a stranger but you will leave as a family friend.
We do all look forward to welcoming you at Piccolo.

Jesus Mollinedo – Tapas Chef

I am Spanish from Segovia and started working in Restaurants when I was 14 years old. I started as a waiter and then went to culinary school and learned the Art of Cooking. I am passionate about cooking and love to create both traditional tapas dishes and also dishes with a modern twist. We change the menu very often as I like to add new dishes and one of my newest dishes is Bone Marrow.
My journey has taken me from Spain to China but I am now settled in Chiang Mai and happy to call Piccolo my new home. I very much enjoy pairing my food with the extensive Wine list that we have here which is really unique for this city. I also love talking to our Guests about both food and wine. I very much look forward to meeting you here at Piccolo.

Clark BergerMusic Director

I developed a love for Spanish Guitar when I was 6 years old after hearing 2 boys playing on the beach in Cyprus. When I returned to England my Father found me a Teacher and that is how it all began. I stopped playing Guitar to further my studies but at the age of 30 I returned to my
first love and practised 12 hours a day.
My Guitar has been my passport and I have been playing around the world ever since with my beloved Conde Hermanus Guitar. I like to play a fusion of Flamenco and classical. When I moved from Bangkok to Chiang Mai as soon as I arrived at Piccolo I immediately felt that I was home.
There is so much warmth and passion and joy amongst this team that I feel deeply honoured to be a part of something new that we are bringing to Chiang Mai.