Luang Prabang Restaurants

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    Breakfast by the Mekong

    by SirRichard Written Sep 1, 2003

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    Cafe & croissants

    A nice experience when in LP is to have breakfast by the Mekong River Shore. There are many terraces there (by the boats piers) where you can have a fix breakfast of coffee, croissant, toast, fruit and juice for less than 2 dollars.
    You can see the mighty Mekong river flow and all the long tail boats pass by...

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    cafe des arts: the mok.... don't miss the mok

    by call_me_rhia Written Sep 7, 2002

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    chicken mok

    wooden tables on the main road, an extensive menu ranging from baguettes sanwiches to steak and paté, excellent food... café des arts serves just about any speciality from Laos and France. Prices are reasonable (2-4 $) and service typically slow.

    Favorite Dish: the chicken mok... delicious marinated chicken (in I don't know what) cooked in what looked to me like a banana leaf. The besst meal I had in Laos

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    Luang Prabang bakery: baguettes & milkshakes

    by call_me_rhia Written Sep 7, 2002

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    breakfasting away...

    it's one of the 2 or 3 bakeries in Luang Prabang and cater to the tourist crowd, but their baguettes are delicious and the place is a convenient rest stop while you're doing the temple tour or for breakfast. about 2 $

    Favorite Dish: bacon and cheese baguettes are really delicious... and even better are their milkshakes. It takes a while to persuade the staff to prepare a mixed fruits milkshake without ice, but it's worth the effort: it's to die for. Servive is incredibly slow.

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    Luang Prabang restaurant: lemongrass heaven

    by call_me_rhia Written Sep 7, 2002

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    pork and lemongrass

    it's a nice simple restaurant away from the main street scene... quiet and friendly. There's also some cosy roadside table and plenty of Lao specialities on their menus, mostly for under 2 $. Don't be afraid to eat salads or have ice-cubes in your drink: they use treated water for everything.

    Favorite Dish: marinated pork cooked in a sort of batter with lemongrass, really tatsy and delicious. Their milkshakes are also wonderful, and safe to drink. Service, like everywhere in laos, is a bit on the slow side

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    Tamnak Lao Restaurant (Three...

    by yeikloen Written Aug 26, 2002

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    Tamnak Lao Restaurant (Three Elephant)
    The food here are quite reasonable considering it was located on the main road Sisavangvong. They have got pretty good local Laotian food.

    Favorite Dish: Pork Stuff In Bamboo Shoot

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    View Kheam Khong Restaurant: View Kheam Khong Restaurant

    by yeikloen Written Aug 26, 2002

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    There is a terrace just along the Mekong River which can be quite private if you are there during the low season.

    Favorite Dish: Salad with Sticky Rice check out the deep fried pork skin goes excellent with a Lao Beer

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    Saburo Khao Soy: Don't miss the pancake!

    by vayastra Written Jan 19, 2010

    serving various pancakes, bread (baguettes) with bacon or egg, coffee and tea. I ordered Banana pancake + Fruit Platter and so did Yuli, Hubby and Lilis ordered Baguette + omelet. They were so big

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    Street Food: Rice noodle pork soup

    by shintarojon Updated May 23, 2006

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    Rice noodle pork soup

    (last date visited: Dec. 16, 2004)

    1. rice noodle pork soup - 5,000 kip

    2. fruit shake - 2,000 kip

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    Naune Napha reataurant: Lao steak

    by Animas Written Nov 28, 2005

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    Favorite Dish: Lao steak in this restaurant is beef on vetgetable --- looks like beef salad much more and becareful the tiny chilli too --- hot so bad.

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    Soukanna Restaurant: Try the local speciality

    by AndreSTGT Updated Nov 6, 2005

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    Temple in Luang Prabang

    The Soukanna is a lovely French-style place that prepares an excellent watercress salad (7000 kip), which is the local speciality and tastes a lot better and more interesting than it sounds.

    03/2002

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    Nazim: Cheap and authetic Indian food

    by AndreSTGT Updated Oct 23, 2005
    Somewhere down there

    This is a simple Indian eatery in Luang Prabang. The food is surprisingly good and authentic. They also have a branch in Vang Vieng, which is just as good.

    Favorite Dish: The Malai Kofte was excellent

    03/2002

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    Manoluck Hotel Resturant: Local and American

    by AshleeS Written Aug 9, 2005

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    It was quite good. We would just order so many plates of food and all share it.

    Favorite Dish: Sausage, spring rolls, papaya salad, breakfast of noodles or bacon and eggs.

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    3 Nagas: the salad

    by j-san Written Jan 3, 2005

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    Favorite Dish: the salad from the set menu: included herbs like mint, dill, coriander as well as roasted garlic, eggs, tomatoes... delicious!!

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