The place is located in a non-touristy part of town. A small sign saying "Pizza" (and also containing some Lao letters) is the only hint for the restaurant, as it is situated in the back part of an English school. It's almost like the owner wanted to hide the place (he kind of did - we talked with him about it).
But enough with the jibber-jabber, let's talk about the pizza. There are about 5 pizzas in the menu - that's it. Some may find it non-diversified, we found it great, as it really makes your choice much more easy. The pizzas cost about 60,000 - 65,000 kips (about 7.5-8 USD).
We were hungry and shared one pizza, after which we weren't hungry anymore... We must say that it was one of the best pizzas we ate - around the world (and we visited Italy a few good times). When you see the stove outside and the owner taking personal care of each pizza - you understand why.
The atmosphere was very nice and romantic, with a Lao music played from a nearby building (don't think it was organized by the restaurant, but it was nice all the same).
The Canadian owner came to us to see that everything was okay and later we had a lovely conversation. He also gave my husband tips for his mother hopefully-to-be-bakery - they for sure will be further passed.
Bottom line, go and eat there - even if you don't have a special reason (like being a bit fed up with the Lao food...).
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