Speciality

Khao Jee Sandwich (Baguette Sandwich)

Lao people enjoy fresh vegetables and herbs, for this reason they appear in almost every Lao meals. Meat and fish are usually grilled or steamed as a result, the famous are fresh and the dishes low in fat. Lao cuisine has many regional variations, due in part to the fresh foods local to each region.

Sien Savanh

Sundried beef strips, good with Beer Lao or as a snack. Made from beef flank steak (sometimes water buffalo meat is used), marinated in a mixture of garlic, fish sauce, ginger, sesame seed, sugar, salt and black pepper. The strips are then left to dry in sunlight, then deep fried until lightly crispy and served

Laos Sticky Rice

Sticky Rice is the main food of the Lao. Sticky, or “glutinous” rice has been growing in mainland Southeast Asia for at least 4,000 years. Unlike Khao Chow, which is jasmine rice, sticky rice is always served in a bamboo basket. Its individual and unique taste, not too sticky and not too wet, will surely

Som Moo (Sour Pork Sausage)

Som moo, literally “sour pork“, is a type of fermented or soured Laotian pork sausage that is a very popular staple. It is made from raw pork consisting of rump and it typically is made with pork skin. In Laos, it is sometimes wrapped in star gooseberry leaves (“bai ma yom”) or banana leaves for

Khao Soy

Lao people enjoy fresh vegetables and herbs, for this reason they appear in almost every Lao meals. Meat and fish are usually grilled or steamed as a result, the famous are fresh and the dishes low in fat. Lao cuisine has many regional variations, due in part to the fresh foods local to each region.