We had the baked Camembert and pork medallions and it was absolutely delicious! It is a little pricey but definitely worth it.
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This was our first visit to Luang Prabang and we totally fell in love with the place. Tangor bar quickly became our favourite evening haunt with its quirky interior and distinctly French flavour. A great place to sit and people watch, enjoy great food or...More
Nice French bar serving great food. The green pepper hummous and the fish ceviche were delicious. We went there two consecutive nights because the music selection was good. We had the duck, fish pappilote and the steak. The cocktails were generously mixed. Tarte tartine and...More
Went after reading all the great reviews, but the food was just average. The ceviche was average- way to many flavours/herbs overpowering the whole thing so you couldn't taste the fish, it could have been made with tofu and you'd be none the wiser. I...More
We went on 8 May. Cocktails sitting outside followed by dinner in the restaurant. A fairly limited menu, however the food was very good - the 'fish en papillote' in particular. Good ambience and the background music unobtrusive. Quite expensive for the area, but a...More
This was the best restaurant we visited over our 3 week family holiday to Indochina. Its not often you can have a 3 course meal for 4 adults (12 dishes) and every single one was of a high standard. We just had to share each...More
Efficient (francophone, if desired) service, interesting, well cooked food selections, good drink selection, great location, and laid back background music to enhance the atmosphere. Great place, right on the main street in the old town. Probably my favourite of all the (many) restaurants and bars...More