The mango sticky rice pancakes and the coconut lao coffee shake is to die for! Their Lao coffee is also the best in town.
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This little place is tucked away in a little alley. It is worth the effort to find it. (I have just corrected the exact GPS location on Google Maps). The food is simple, while maintaining the Lao flavours. Affordable for a person who flies overseas...More
On a hot day in early April we made our way to Kungs and were pleasantly surprised. There was a lot on offer, all of our food was quick, hot and fresh, and the drink selection was marvelous. We will return again there on our...More
I had to check on whether it still exists knowing the trend for pulling down old houses and quarters to build new 'modern' high-rise hotels. Fortunately it is still there but I could order my favorite mango-banana pancake as I was too late.
Between wat and statue turn right, 3/4 down on right, alley you wouldn't walk down by yourself ( but safe ). Cutest cafe, gives 'drive thru' a new meaning. Good food and value, service can be slow when busy. Locals and tourists. A place you...More
This cute tucker away cafe offers delicious fresh food for great prices considering its Vientiane. I got a Phad Laos for 15k kip and a coconut coffee (which was amazing, I highly recommend it) for 12k kip. If you're on a budget and need a...More
Tucked away at the end of an alley that comes off of a side street about 15 minutes from the city centre, Kung's will not be stumbled upon but it is worth the effort. Prices are reasonable and the food is good. Rumour has it...More
This cafe is located a little away (maybe 15 min walk) from the main tourist/restaurant area, but is well worth the effort. We visited twice for lunch and enjoyed both visits. The fish curry was delicious and the baguettes on the second visit were also...More