Savannakhet restaurants

Top Choice Laotian in Savannakhet

Sala Vann

Stunningly set on the Mekong about 500m south of the old hospital, this lovely Laotian restaurant is housed in a traditional wooden sala. The menu is enticingly affordable and draws a mixed crowd come sunset and bey…
Top Choice Market in Savannakhet

Savannakhet Plaza Food Market

An excellent new addition to the Savan dining scene, this nightly food market brings 20 or more stalls to the Savannakhet Plaza area in the heart of the old town. This is street-food surfing at its best, with a choi…
Top Choice International in Savannakhet

Lin's Café

Savannakhet's original travellers' cafe, this delightful spot has outgrown its former home and relocated to a new open-plan house near St Theresa's Cathedral. It's popular for its easy vibe, friendly staff, reservoi…
French in Savannakhet

Dao Savanh

With its elegant colonial-era facade, this cool, square-facing restaurant is still one of the city's finest, despite increased competition. Fans whir and wine glasses clink as you tuck into a French-accented menu of…
International in Savannakhet

Pilgrim's Kitchen

This international cafe has an eclectic menu of Tex-Mex, Americana, Indian and more. It's a delightful air-conditioned retreat on a hot day and offers its own concoctions such as an iced espresso bomb, where an iced…
International in Savannakhet

White House Restaurant

Brace yourselves, you may not have expected this in Savannakhet. A huge colonial-style compound is home to one of the city's most upscale restaurants and a charming little cafe. The menu is an around-the-world tour,…
Japanese in Savannakhet

Cafe Chai Dee

This spotless Japanese-owned cafe has rattan mats to lounge on, a book exchange and a wide menu of Japanese classics such as ramen and tonkatsu (pork coated in breadcrumbs and fried), plus samosas, homemade yoghurt,…
Cafe in Savannakhet

Macchiato da Coffee

This cavernous contemporary coffee shop on the road to the Friendship Bridge is a bit bling for Savannakhet. With a London Underground theme and a Savannakhet tube sign, this is all about designer, barista-brewed co…
Laotian in Savannakhet

Khao Piak Nang Noy

Nang Noy sells what is probably the most popular, and almost certainly the richest, khào pìak sèn (thick noodles served in a slightly viscous broth with crispy deep-fried pork belly or chicken) in Savannakhet. There…
French in Savannakhet

Café Chez Boune

Glacially cool, orange-walled and hung with Parisian oils, Chez Boune has a French-speaking owner and is deservedly popular with expats. This must have something to do with the decent service and tasty steaks, pasta…