I ate here for dinner when I arrived in Pak Beng and had a good sweet and sour pork, rice, spring rolls and beer before some friends turned up. Music and atmosphere is very laid back but then so is the village with Bob Marley on the stereo.
This place has the best view to Mekong. You can spend whole day drinking Lao and local food (try sticky rice, but my recommendation is that don't use hands as locals) just thinking the world and enjoying from scenery.
Take a buffee in Hotel restaurant, you get tasteful Lao food (chicken, pork, vegetables, rice (always sticky)) with reasonable price and in extremely facinating environment. Take a look to Mekong (if the moon is shining) and just enjoy your meal.
And take a beer or two, it's Lao here.
You shouldnt miss to try Pho it's a king of nooddle
It was good but you have to be careful dont let then add too much MSG on you soup and be careful when you will add some salt , suger and also MSG coz there alway put it close togetther
The location: a terrace on the Mekong -the river flowing peacefully below you.
The staff: 4 children - the eldest being about 12 years old, they do everything, including the cooking. And the are really sweet and polite
Favorite Dish: Fried rice with vegetables and peanuts: one of the best I've ever had. They also make sandwiches in the morning to bring on the boat. About 1.50 $
I dont remember what it call in Loas But i think it must be a kind of sandwish.
Its taste was not bad and i liked to put more cheese it was better