A part of the Elephant group and in my view better value. We had decent Lao food at a fair price on the main "drag". A good evening restaurant choice.
This place does not look promising from the outside but go in and all the way at the back is a really lovely garden area with pretty water features. Food was above standard for L Prabang and there is an extensive menu of Asian dishes plus some Western classics. I had penne amatriciana and it was excellent.
This was a good find and surprised us as it is on the main touristy street. However, don't let that put you off - it is well worth a visit. We stayed in Luang Prabang for a week and this is one of 3 places I would recommend to people. They have really good set menus and the food we... More
We had a small lunch after visiting Phousi Hill. We had spring rolls for starter- crispy n delicious. We had fried noodle n fried rice which is a decent lunch. It was tastefull, and nicely presented. Everything go well with Beerlao. End it Lao coffee and lunch is over. And of course I'm writing using their Wifi.
Coconut Garden (not to be confused with Coconut Restaurant which is across the street, just a few steps away) is along the main (tourist) road in Luang Prabang. But don't let that deter you from eating here. They offer good Lao cuisine (Western, too - but that's not what we came to Southeast Asia to eat). Through a deceptively humble... More
This is a really delightful café/restaurant right in the center of town. I believe it is run by the people who started “The Three Nagas” and L’Elephant so they have an excellent pedigree. There are three eating areas. An open air café style space right off the street, and upstairs restaurant with tree and roof-top views and an elegant garden... More
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