Ate chicken legs and onion naan. It's tasty, cheap and fast. The staff were friendly, smiled and served fast. I think beer Lao may be perfectly matched with the food even thought the Indian tea I had ordered was good.
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Ate here three times. The food is similar in taste regardless of which dish you order (each visit I had a chicken based dish). Naan is average. Service is average. Next time I'm in Vientiane I'd probably give it a miss. This probably isn't the...More
In a quiet location behind the Cultural Hall, this restaurant is not fancy, but it serves good, inexpensive Indian food. Service is prompt, friendly and meals are prepared quickly. It suits me!
Didn't expect it was literally on the side road/street. We lost the feeling of dining in in a proper restaurant. (Well, maybe we had such a high expectation after 3 days trying to get 'Halal' meals in Vientiane). It can be concluded as an average...More
Ate here one night because we'd already maxed out on all the delicious French food and needed a change. Surprisingly extensive menu and all kinds of sauces, naans, lassis - very impressive. The restaurant is exceedingly simple in construction - open front, thatched roof -...More
For a little town like Vientiane, Indian restaurants are surprisingly abundant. Most are all right. Taj Mahal is awesome! Best Aalu Paratha in Laos...without a doubt. Can't wait to go back again..