Governor’s Grill at Sofitel Luang Prabang

Nestled in the UNESCO protected courtyard of Sofitel Luang Prabang, Governor’s Grill serves up the best ingredients of Luang Prabang with its farm to table concept. Experience tented dining with attentive service in a colonial atmosphere. Menu highlights such as twice fried frog legs, baby back ribs and buffalo tenderloin provides an exotic culinary journey … Read more

L’Elephant Vert

Try a different dining experience in Luang Prabang at L’Elephant Vert adjacent to its sister establishment, L’Elephant Restaurant Français. The restaurant offers a 100% Vegetarian Menu with Began and Vegan options. L’Elephant Vert also serves “Rawfully good” food, an ethno-botanical cuisine focusing on the Lao botanic aspect and using raw vegetables, leaves and herbs. The … Read more

Le Bistro Ban Vat Sène

Located on Luang Prabang’s main avenue, but a step away from the busy peninsula area, Le Bistro Ban Vat Sène offers a selection of sweet and salty dishes suitable for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Open from 06:30-23:00, you’ll find Asian and International cuisine, and pastries, bread, crepes, and waffles made on the spot. Le Bistro … Read more

Coconut Garden

Located in the heart of Luang Prabang’s peninsula, Coconut Garden is a bar-restaurant featuring Western and Lao dishes suitable for every palate, with most being made from scratch. The restaurant features indoor and outdoor dining, with many guests selecting the backyard terrace, as it rests back from the main street. Coconut Garden is the perfect … Read more

Khop Chai Deu

Being one of the most iconic restaurant in Vientiane since 1998, Khop Chai Deu has always been The Place Where The World Meets. Experience the flavors of traditional Lao food or choose from an extended selection of international dishes, while listening to live music and making new friends. The large outdoor setting offers a nice … Read more

L’ElĂ©phant Restaurant

Treat yourself to gourmet dining at l’Elephant, Luang Prabang’s first restaurant, opening its doors in 2000. Located in a 1960s-era building near the Mekong, L’Elephant presents an old-fashion French restaurant offering traditional “falang” (French) dishes along with a Lao menu. You’ll find a wine list that matches menu items, along with homemade bread, pastries, and … Read more

Le Calao Restaurant

Take a Lao culinary journey on the Mekong River banks, and enjoy a fine dining experience in a World Heritage Site-listed building that dates to 1904. Born in 2017 from the wish to keep track of authentic recipes, Le Calao Restaurant features a large selection of dishes from the former royal table and ethnic groups … Read more