Chef Yannick Upravan oversees four eateries inside Luang Prabang's old district, including the popular French restaurant L'Éléphant (Ban Vat Nong;...more
Luang Prabang's lineup of pizza places and Lao- and French-heavy kitchens got a bit more diverse with the late 2007 opening of this well-conceived bistro...more
This charming restaurant is part of Le Parasol Blanc Hotel, a little over half a mile from Luang Prabang. The hotel has a peaceful, green garden, and the...more
For tasty, cheap food, outdoor stalls are a good bet; many say that's where to find the best grub in Asia. Lining the Mekong River's bank from Nokeo Koummane...more
Located in the center of town (there's another branch in Luang Prabang), JoMa is run by a Canadian expatriate couple (note the maple leaf on the sign, which...more
Sick of noodles and fried rice? Try this French-Canadian restaurant, which could hold its own in Paris. Main courses include tian of duck foie gras with...more
As a source for cooking classes, market tours, and a ridiculously affordable menu, partners Joy Ngeuamboupha and Caroline Gaylard may be the town's most...more
After several years along Sisavangvong Road's backpacker strip, this popular place has gone uptown to an elegant, historic structure across Sakkalin Road from...more
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