Had a wonderful papaya salad and laap gai here, along with some awesome banana chips as starters. The owner-Chef was lovely and I thoroughly enjoyed my experience.
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This place is great for families or backpackers, as it is very reasonably priced, and has a good variety to chose from. I recommend the noodles, a perfect combination of flavors and textures. The curries are really nice as well.
This small restaurant on the Nam Khan riverside is the perfect place to enjoy authentic Lao cuisine - the food is always fresh and delicious. There are also some highly recommended Western options available on the menu. The staff are super friendly and the service...More
Stopped here for lunch on two days. Both times I had salad. Both salads were delicious and fresh with a mouthwatering dressing. I am drooling right now thinking about those salads. Very reasonably priced and picturesque setting by the Nam Khan river.
You can sit on the footpath, inside the restaurant or on the other side of the road overlooking the Mekong. The food is clean and delicious and not your usual Thai style food in most places. Reasonably priced, too, with friendly staff. (Mozzie repellant provided)
it is located along the Nam Kong river and it is quieter in this area. nice place to relax and have a drink or meal. simple and soothing. they have an menu with pic. staff are ok. prices are comparative in LP.
We went to Rosella whilst exploring the old quarter of Luan Prabang. The staff was really nice and the view for the river was really relaxing. The laotian dishes were very tasty and the price was acceptable when compared with other restaurants around.
I'm a picky eater so I have a hard time on these trips but the mix of Western and Laos food here is perfect! The fries and bruschetta are spectacular sharing plates (best bruschetta I have EVER had) beautiful views too!
This is simple Laos food, we wondered how it would turn out as we were the only ones eating there that night, the food appeared one by one, the price was great, the wine ok nothing to shout home about, but it didn't break the...More