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Na Dao

Near Japanese Bridge (Currently no address)
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    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 on the south-east corner of the intersection of No. 38 Road and 16 W.

    We were lucky enough to dine with the general manager of a local hotel who knows the owner, and that familiarity allowed us the opportunity to dine with our small party in the private dining room on the second floor, where, if I understand correctly, local party members hold regular meetings.

    The food is rich. I enjoyed both pumpkin and mushroom soups, both with deep and complex flavors. The entrees are well proportioned and presented, and the freshly baked dinner rolls, served with generous amounts of butter, are a welcome addition to the meal.

    This is a great place to dress up a bit and have an upscale night out in Pakse, or for business meetings that require a more discerning location.

    (If I remember correctly, the owner also had a successful restaurant in Vientiane, but closed it to focus on bringing fine dining to Pakse.)

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