Restaurants for Adventure Travelers in Laos
- 13 reviews
Fantastic inventive menu with great staff and service (which is rare in Asia). They offered great taster dishes and even explained their stories and how they are eaten in Laos. Highly recommended! They also offer cooking classes which look very promising (1 of only 3 cooking schools in Luang Prabang).Popular withFoodiesLocal
- 24 reviews
JoMa cafe is a nice place. Well, it's pretty much like starbucks. There is wi-fii, but every time I been there were a lot of people. In 2009 I liked better the scandinavian bakery just two blocks away. I remember i had a nice yoghurt muesli there.... well still a good place to go.
- 42 reviews
An absolutely gorgeous restaurant, with great food to boot. The atmosphere is very colonial Southeast Asia, with lots of dark wood, fans on the ceiling, and a gorgeous balcony for outdoor seating. There are two menus- French and Lao. I did the Lao prix-fixe, whiile my cousin did the French, and while she enjoyed hers, we both thought that the ...Popular withWellness
- 52 reviews
Sticky Fingers is a surprisingly tasty spot for a random assortment of western food - from fried chicken to burritos. The space is well lit, clean, and has good quality service. You'll often find a mix of Vientiane expats and travellers enjoying a relaxed evening. Often, you'll find them sipping Sticky Fingers decent margaritas. Overall, a reasonably expensive place to ...
- 62 reviews
There are a number of Japanese restaurants in Vientiane that serve sushi and other typical Japanese dishes. YuLaLa is not necessarily cut from the same clothe but serves some of the tastiest, freshest, and most delicious Japanese inspired food in the city. YuLaLa is tiny with only about 10-12 seats. All of them are either situated close to the floor ...Popular withFamiliesVegetarianFoodies
- 91 review
With a friendly staff, decent coffee, and outstanding breakfasts Morning Glory Cafe was one of my go-to morning spots during my relentlessly pleasant stay in Luang Prabang. The shady garden is a great place for relaxing, and while the wifi may not always be working, the vegetarian curries happen to be excellent. Try a breakfast sandwich on a crunchy baguette ...Popular withFoodiesVegetarian
This restaurant is currently a jewel in the rough. Heavily influenced by French cuisine, the owner and chef, Mr. Sayawouth, brings in the freshest ingredients that he finds daily and creates amazing specials. The decor is very modern, in one of the newer buildings near the Japanese bridge (no address given on the business card). If I'm not mistaken, it's ...Popular withLuxury
- 141 review
I didn't have dinner unfortunately at this romantic riverside cafe - only had coffee but my few minutes there was sufficient for me to admire the river view. Totally charming!
- 161 review
A really good french restaurant in Vientiane. I had a "steak au poivre" and it was like in France. It's expensive if you compare with prices in Laos, but for the quality of the food and thinking how much would be in other cities, it's cheap. We had a really good wine too. I didn't love the dessert though. Well ...
- 171 review
One of the better 'fine-dining' options in Luang Prabang, service at Blue Lagoon is attentive and polished, the atmosphere is excellent, and the food reliably good across the Lao-Thai-Continental menu. A red prawn curry here is an outstanding option, as are the Luang Prabang specialties. It rates as expensive only by comparison to other restaurants in a fabulously inexpensive town.Popular withFoodies
- 191 review
The fruit shakes here are really good! So are the sandwiches. Nice decor too.
- 201 review
Restaurant with various kind of dishes in lunch (lao food), a reasonable price. pub at night with live music. Good cooktail, too