We stopped here for a light lunch because the shady location on the bank of the Mekong appealed on a hot day. And it was a lovely place to sit and enjoy the view under the huge tree which provided relief from the heat of the day.
Maybe I didn't make the best choice at this restaurant, but I ordered the Luang Prabang salad. I have had 4 Luang Prabang salads in 4 days, each at a different restaurant and while the interpretations varied, quality was not an issue except here. This was the only bad one. The salad was served in a little bowl, expensive at 30,000 Kip, and the first thing I noticed was the thick grey edges around the pale egg yoke in the egg wedges on top of the salad. Further though the salad thick stems of water cress had been left sitting in water too long and had sprouted new roots.
My friend had fresh spring rolls which were on the small size, but acceptable.
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