This restaurant is owned and run by a Japanese guy. We actually had Lao food there and it was pretty decent.
But what made us choose this place was our resort said it was one option so see some Lao traditional dance, since the one at the museum does not run during May.
The 3 young ladies were a bit shy, and had trouble hiding smiles on occasion, but they danced well enough with costume changes to reflect the three main people groups of the region.
The accompanying musicians were good.
At the modest prices charged for Lao, it was a pleasant evening.
Being a small place, it was quite intimate, only seats around 25 - 30, and we were front row of just 6 guests.
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