Great vegetarian dishes served in a peaceful garden setting. Staff are friendly and service is quick even when I special ordered a dish without olives or tomatoes.
Stopped by for an early lunch with friends and all were pleased we had done so. We found the Laotian dishes to be well-crafted and tasty. Some were on the spicy side but not in an overpowering way. For example, a chicken soup indicated as hot by two chillies on the menu was not as fiery as a Thai equivalent... More
Huge selection of Lao and western food to choose from. Great flavoursome food and delicious dessert. Staff are very friendly and always ready to assist.
Great spot easy to find on the main street and a good menu, super food and super friendly staff :) Got WiFi
I have stayed in Laos for many months and in the main eating with local people in their homes and a few restaurants in the area. I think by now I know my Lao food and the lovely strong flavours they produce. Generally the food which was presented was just reasonable and no where near as good as my Lao... More
A family dinner for 5 with beautiful meals. The buffalo sausage was definitely worth a try, reminded me of real Scottish haggis. Luxury of a New Zealand Sav Blanc! Atmosphere was terrific out the back and service was very good.
We visited here a number of times during our 3 night stay in Luang Prabang. It was just around the corner from our hotel and served some great local food. I particularly like the steamed stuffed fish and skewered chicked with a gorgeous peanut sauce. Service was quick and friendly. Would definitely recommend.
We wandered into this restaurant after visiting the night market. We found the menu to be expansive and we sampled many local specialities. The buffalo dishes are a must! The salads were fresh and delicious. The restaurant was not particularly busy the night we ate so there was plenty of eager staff attending to us. This is the sister restaurant... More
This restaurant is well situated on the main street in Luang Prabang and is surprisingly spacious. The staff generally speak some form of English, but that said, they were not that attentive and often forgot to deliver an order. The menu was extensive including a range of local specialities. One of our group tried the Luang Prabang sausage and said... More
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