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Right in the heart of the restaurant area, so we gave it a try.
Service was nice, staff trying their best.
My sandwich was ok, but the Thai style food was not up to standard. Green curry was like water.
I would be willing to...More
All the food excellent, but too many choice and menus, it takes too long time to make decisions! Friendly and very helpful staff in this family restaurant. I will come back for sure and I can recommand this restaurant to all my friends and travellers...More
Excellent value for money and the food here was scrumptious! The portions were so large, we always had leftovers to bring home! Service was very fast and courteous. We ate here every chance we got while we were in Pakse even if our hotel was...More
Our hotel’s evening shuttle dropped us off right in front of Sabaidee at dinner time, so we said “what the heck, let’s go in.”
We entered the sunken restaurant which was cooled with multiple fans and to our seats. We ordered som tom, chicken lap,...More
We enjoyed to eat here so many times.
The food they offer is varied : they will offer you breakfast (the bacon and scrambled eggs are really good), as well as diner. You can get asian speciality or European food, and it’s both worth it.
After returning from the short loop we were tired and hungry for a hearty breakfast. There were many good choices here and we liked everything we ordered. I especially enjoyed the mango stick rice and pancakes. Lots of food for small price, and yummy too!
Got to tell ya, just some times on my travelings as western, I just need a western food. You don't need always to have a local turtle soup or wegetarian wok. To me some times good sandwich or burger makes it all well. In this...More
A tourist oriented restaurant that serves decent, if a little bit "too-tamed," Lao dishes. Ninety percents of the dishes are uninteresting Westerners geared items, so go for those labelled as "Lao," and you may be pleasantly surprised. Nevertheless, it lacked the genuine Lao touch.