Food is great, staff are lovely and the cafe it's self is neat and pretty. It's a great place to sit during the day and watch the world go by. Would definitely go back.
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Nice pastries and tarts served with local coffee and local herbal tea. Cosy atmosphere and away from the crowd who goes for the night market
We enjoyed an evening meal here, buffalo beautifully cooked, nice salad and a basket of fresh bread too. Very reasonably priced for the quality of food. Will be going back before we leave Luang Prabang.
Good pastries, good customisable breakfasts, good service (if a little slow, but it's Laos), and excellent coffee - one of the best we could find in Luang Prabang. The pizza was also great, though the Bloody Mary should probably be relisted as a simple vodka...More
Pleasant cafe located opposite the elementary school. Wonderful Rosella (hibiscus) iced tea and a nice unhurried atmosphere. Be there before 4pm when school lets out to see the kids sing/shout the end of the day songs before pouring out the gates to their waiting parents.
Went for tea. Good service. Ordered pumpkin tart which was good. Along the main street which is good for people watching and street scenes. Can be v noisy as the motorbikes and cars just go right by you but thats part of the experience.
A great spot on the the main but quiet road. Serving super croissants, French style pastries and excellent coffee it is great for breakfast. There are also many more substantial meals on offer for all day dining. The service was excellent and the staff very...More
After getting up early to participate in the giving of alms ceremony with the monks, we had a lovely breakfast here. The coffee was divine and the croissants were superb. It is an attractive place and it seemed to be full of people whenever we...More
Came here on the recommendation of our Hotel manager and certainly not disappointed. Once you get over the completely ridiculously arranged menu you can choose from comfortable European food to a great selection of Lao speciality dishes. The restaurant caters for dining at all times...More
We ate here twice, once for afternoon drinks on our first exploratory walk round L P, then again for a lunch. We sat outside, on the delightful main street, opposite a Wat (temple). Our lunches were quiches, very nicely cooked, and service was prompt. The...More