Food was ok. No atmosphere. Place is a bit of a dump. Don’t understand the hype. I know a lot of tourists (I.e trashpackers) would be too scared to eat here.
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Some the best Indian food in town. We shared the veggie samosas, masala, veg biryani and cheese naan. All for 50,000k service was nice and water services free which is a great touch when it's 35 degrees outside. Service was really quick too. The food...More
Situated inside a non disrupt lane nearSamsanthai street with not too impressive a look, it serves authentic delicious fresh Indian food Zahid Jamil and his Lao wife personally look after guests and willing to cook food as per the needs of the guest. His dad...More
If I hadn't read reviews I would have walked on by but thought so many people can't be wrong and they weren't! Lovely food, friendly staff and so cheap!
After reading some commentes on TripAdvisor about the Jamil Zahid Punjabi restaurant, we wanted to give it a try. We ordered a chicken butter and a chicken masala with some rice and garlic naan. Food was delicious! And for a very reasonable price! The owner...More
After staying a couple of weeks in Laos we decided to change our routine of lao food and we have made the excellent choice in coming here. The owner is more than friendly and the food is delicious! Chicken masala was amazing. Plus: the price...More
I cannot say enough great things about this restaurant. The food was far and away the best Indian food I have ever had - maybe because it had a Punjabi twist but nonetheless. I had the Chicken Masala, Vegetable samosa, and plain Naan. My girlfriend...More