Tamnak Lao Restaurant

Popular with Lao and international tourists alike, Tamnak Lao Restaurant specializes in traditional unique Luang Prabang Lao cuisine. A taste sensation all on its own, Lao food combines texture with flavor, and many of...
Tamarind Restaurant

Tamarind is all about promoting greater understanding of Laotian culture, and from word of mouth alone, the restaurant has become an institution in Luang Prabang’s culinary scene. Well known for its tasty and healthy...
An Overview of Luang Prabang's Food Scene

Le Cafe Ban Vat Sene is located on the main road heading towards the end of the peninsula and is worth seeking out. It’s a beautifully atmospheric cafe, especially popular at breakfast time, and...
Dyen Sabai Restaurant

Dyen Sabai Restaurant in Luang Prabang is located on the other side of the Nam khan river, near Wat Phan Luang. There are several ways to get here. During the dry season, most guests make their way down...
Where to Eat in Luang Prabang

JOMA BAKERY CAFE Ban Haoxieng, Luang Prabang. Kick-start the day with an organic Lao Arabica coffee at Joma Bakery Café, which also stocks fresh pastries and English-language papers. L'ELEPHANT Ban Wat Nong, Old Town, Luang Prabang. A restored...

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