Vang Vieng restaurants

Top Choice International in Vang Vieng

Restaurant du Crabe d'Or

Set on the tasteful grounds of the Riverside Boutique Resort, this fine restaurant exudes high-end decor with a Lao flavour, and affords amazing views of the cliffs. The menu will please most palates with grilled sa…
Top Choice Italian in Vang Vieng

Il Tavolo

The most authentic Italian restaurant in town, 'The Table' is run by a father-and-son team. The menu includes 19 varieties of oven-baked Neapolitan pizza and a wide selection of pasta, gnocchi and risotto dishes, pl…
Thai in Vang Vieng

Viman Vang Vieng

Boasts an unlikely combo of Thai and German food, with schnitzel and bratwurst alongside curry and pad thai on the colourful menu. The Thai chef-owner lived in Germany before relocating to Laos, and the walls of the…
Pizza in Vang Vieng

Pizza Luka

Pizza Luka is based in a pretty wooden Lao house. Dine in the mint-green interior or alfresco in the garden where homemade pizza is baked in a wood-fired oven. Flavoured with sausage, goat cheese, bacon and many mor…
Mexican in Vang Vieng

Amigos Vang Vieng

It may come as something of a surprise to find an authentic Mexican restaurant in the backstreets of Vang Vieng, but the tacos, burritos, fajitas and nachos here are some of the best we've tried in all of Laos. Swin…
Laotian in Vang Vieng

Grilled-Meat Vendor

In the evening, hit the strip of Th Luang Prabang where a grilled-meat vendor does Ъêeng mŏo (grilled pork) and delicious năam kòw (balls of cooked rice mixed with sour pork sausage), both of which are served with p…
Jewish in Vang Vieng

Sababa Organic Restaurant

Sababa ('Cool' in Hebrew), allegedly run by a Lao Jew, boasts a Hebrew-language menu and, not surprisingly, is the best place in town to find your inner falafel. The chicken schnitzel also gets good reviews, as do t…
Indian in Vang Vieng


Nazim, a countrywide chain, is pretty consistent at delivering Malay and South Indian cuisine in clean, if basic, spaces. This Vang Vieng branch is no different with faves like chicken tikka, lamb masala and vegetab…
French in Vang Vieng

Le Café De Paris

The best spot in town for Gallic grub like duck breast, Tournedos Rossini, and goat-cheese salad. Add to this a cosy interior of vintage film posters and a low-lit atmosphere and you have the recipe for a decent din…
Vegetarian in Vang Vieng

Veggie Tables

It's vegie heaven at this simple hole-in-the-wall delight. Think colourful check tables, Lao life murals, and a wealth of salads, soups, spring rolls, spaghetti dishes and tofu variations.