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Yuni Yupoun was created in 2019 to please different taste. We have authentic laotians dishes and some international dishes. Happy hour on selected cocktails from 12pm to 7pm. Come and see us on the main street, next to miniso.
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We were strolling down this main thoroughfare in Luang Prabang lined with eateries of all sorts and browsing throught the menu's at the entrances.
It was late afternoon and not very crowded and decided to move in. They had a set lunch as well as...More
Excellent food with interesting flavors. Felt confident that the fresh food was safe to eat. Prices about standard for the city, and it's generally a welcoming place. I went back for a second meal, and with the variety and amount of restaurants in the town...More
Lovely restaurant. Food and service was great. Atmosphere very nice. Decor lovely, bringing a multi cultural theme to the restaurant. The waiters and waitresses were very helpful. Their Brie and maple syrup was delicious.
We started our visit by sitting near the front of the restaurant by the street but quickly moved inside as that is where the smokers sit. Unfortunately smoking is still quite popular here.
Never the less the food was excellent, the staff attentive and I...More
I went to Yuni based on its high ranking in TripAdvisor. A nice place, located right in the most busy part of the main street in Luang Prabang. It has very nice touches, too, such add delivering your check inside aa Alladin-style lamp.
We had an absolutely delicious meal here and good value too - we shared a first course of dried pork with sesame then both had the sweet and sour fish (heavenly!) followed by sharing the chocolate fondant (worth the 20-minute wait which is highlighted on...More