We went to this place twice to for Indian food, and both times it was delicious! This is also one of the cheapest places in town, so we thought we'd try the breakfast too. We both ordered the omelette and it was way too salty!!...More
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The service here was actually good, which is really the exception in Nong Khiaw. The food was also pretty good at a reasonable price. I would recommend, especially due to the lack of great alternatives.
I had a vegetarian platter for 20,000k & boyfriend had meat platter for 25,000k. Got a small daal each, 2 small curries, a naan, some rice & a small tapioca&banana dessert. Really delicious food. Would also recommend the banana or mango lassis. Nice change from...More
Excellent Indian food!! Their rotis are yummy and their dal is as comforting as any we would get at home. A must try if you want to experience home made Indian cooking.
Fastest place to be served in nong khiaw. It is a well known fact that every restaurant kitchen in Nong Khiaw is usually a one woman show. Hence your freshly cooked food always takes about an hour to reach you. However, for Deen's we were...More
We were staying at the Riverside, and Deens is right outside on the main road. Deen is from Pondicherry and has been in Laos for 16 years. I presume he is a Muslim as he does not allow any alcohol on his premises ad there...More
Decent indian food. I ate here twice. A lot of veggi options. Cosy once there are some costumers, although it doesn't look like a real cosy restaurant at first (with the plastic chairs).
We had heard that this was a great place and we were not disappointed. I had a chicken Rogan Josh and my companion had dhal. We were both very satisfied. The resto does not serve alcohol. But no problem; they served us with a very...More
This is definitely the worst Indian food I've ever had. I'm not sure what I was expecting going to an Indian restaurant in a small Laos town, but it had pretty good reviews online and was in a good location, so I thought I'd give...More