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Laos Restaurants

Where and What to Eat in Laos

Vientiane and Luang Prabang are not without good French restaurants, a remnant of the country's colonial era, as are the widely available baguettes and pastries. Major cities in Laos offer dishes that will satisfy the vast majority of palettes; the selection dwindles quickly as you embark on roads less travelled.

When traveling foreign lands and encountering alien cultures an open mind will undoubtedly serve you well, apply this to your food encounters and you might just discover a passion for the great unknown – frog baguette anyone?  

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Most Popular Restaurants in Laos

top10 restaurants vientiane

Top 10 Restaurants in Vientiane

Vientiane’s vibrant and diverse culinary scene is booming, meaning that even the most adventurous of appetites can Read More...

Restaurants by Areas

Bokeo Restaurants

Bokeo Restaurants

Decent restaurants serving standard local food and simple western dishes can easily be found along the Mekong River. Read More...

Champasak Restaurants

Champasak Restaurants

Apart from local street stalls selling noodle soup and standard Lao dishes such as laab with sticky rice, other eating Read More...

Luang Prabang Restaurants

Luang Prabang Restaurants

The eclectic range of menus in this small town fuse traditional European fare (including hot crusty baguettes, hearty Read More...

Savannakhet Restaurants

Savannakhet Restaurants

Savannakhet is like most tranquil cities in Laos and restaurants run by locals are easy to find. Street food can meet Read More...

Vientiane Restaurants

Vientiane Restaurants

Down by the river is pretty much as lively as it gets in Vientiane. Various chilled out riverside joints serve Read More...

Xieng Khouang Restaurants

Xieng Khouang Restaurants

Eating options are not particularly varied in Xieng Khouang; the vast majority of restaurants serve traditional Asian Read More...

What to Eat in Laos

What to Eat in Laos

Lao cuisine is very similar to that of its Thai and Vietnamese neighbours, and meals of spicy soup, sticky rice and Read More...

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