Where most people would stay on the peninsula of Luang Prabang, it is definately worth it to take the bamboo bridge, cross the Nam Khan river and visit Dyen Sabai. During the rainy season it would take a bit more effort to visit this cute restaurant (get a tuk-tuk as the bridge is temporarily gone) but it is definately worth it! Hidden in a lush green setting of bamboo and palm trees this restaurant creates the perfect laid-back atmosphere experienced throughout whole of Laos. Though the kitchen takes its time to prepare the wonderful Lao and Western food, you will know why it took a while when your plate arrives! This restaurant serves great food for very reasonable prices. Make sure you'll be there before 7 p.m. and you'll get your second cocktail for free (go for the Banana Daiquiri!). Anyway, you'll find yourselve spending the whole evening and night at the lounge matrasses talking to Nathalie, the very frienly and hospitable owner and other guests! She makes by the way one of the best traditional Lao bbq's in town (sindad), so if you want to experience some authentical Lao food in the perfect setting, get yourself to Dyen Sabai!