Le Provincal – French Restaurant
Le Provincal is a long standing French restaurant in Vientiane offering delicious meals in a farmhouse setting in Vientiane. From the famous French cuisine such as wooden-fired pizzas and thick-cut hearty bruschettas to the excellent wine selection always enables you find the best feeling at Le Provencal. The interior with brick-and-timer décor in a rustic charm attracts you to return here so many times.
The peaceful atmosphere of Le Provincal
Kualao – Traditional style Laos restaurant
At or near the top end of Vientiane's restaurants, Kualao is located in a restored colonial house on Samsenthai Road near Tat Dam. It is decorated with traditional antiques and silks. Traditional dance and music show are performed nightly.
Enjoy Lao traditional dances while dinning
L'Opera – the real Italian cuisine in Laos
L’Opera has been serving the “real Italian” cuisine for more than 10 years: the egg-noodle pasta, fine grilled and broiled entrees, deserts and espresso. It is more interesting while enjoying the Lao pizza in an Italian style restaurant. Here, the Italian-meets-Lao ambience with brick walls, wood-beam ceiling in an open-air setting is definitely brings you the most extraordinary experiences in your travels to Laos.
Makphet – where you can do more than dinning
It serves as a training lesson to help street-children gain marketable skills. Not only is eating here a way of doing some charities on your vacation, it's also the absolutely best meal I've had in Laos. The menu is sort of Lao fusion, with daily specials on the board. The restaurant was only open for lunch, from 11:00 to 4:00 pm.
The outside of Makphet Restaurant
Kong View - Charming Restaurant
Kong View is beautifully set on the bank of Mekong River, with a larger open-air eatery and an extensive menu. It is a perfect combination between Thai and Lao foods as well as some other Asian dishes mixed in. There’re also a bar with live music.
A charming setting in Kong View Restaurant