Wine by the glass was reasonable and not too bad quality, but also try the Lao wine as well. It is a cross between port and sake and won't make you gag. Le Tm Tm Garden offers French and Lao food. I tried the Lao Salad that consisted of of lettuce, watercress, tomatoes, peanuts, and Lao dressing. They also made beautiful baguettes filled with a variety of choices; my partner opted for ham and cheese, which he said was delicious. They also made sublime banana shakes.
"The Pizza Luang Prabang" was always busy and extremely popular. Typical of Luang Prabang eateries, it consisted of a large room, broken up with ferns, and open fronted. Filled not only with tourists, but also many locals... they offer great, reasonably-priced food and good service. We opted for a standard pizza, as we needed a break from rice and noodles, and it was delicious.
Broadbeach Waters, Australia
March 1, 2006
From journal Luang Prabang - Southeast Asia's Gem