To get to this delightful, dreamy place you cross a narrow bamboo bridge over a tributary of the Mekong River. Up a flight of steps. The restaurant is a series of dining huts build on the hill. Food was very good, reasonable prices and cheerful service. We went twice. On the second visit we had the barbecue - the waiter brings a large clay pot filled with burning charcoal which is placed in the center of the table. An aluminum dish placed on top is filled with soup and you add your vegetables and fish or meat. Delicious and very cheap. Definitely worth going over and romantic too.
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