Overall a good restaurant for both breakfast and dinner. A little pricey. The quality was fine, though they did not understand over easy. Will return.
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This restaurant serves great inexpensive Lao food . Very friendly service. Much better than restaurants who try to do a fusion with western food. Would recommend a meal at this restaurant if not eating the delicious lemongrass stuffed grilled fish at the night markets.
Can't fault anything about Bamboo - the dinner is tasty & extremely good value, the service very efficient and its close to one of Luang Prabang's go-to bars, Utopia.
We called in at midday to get a drink and some shade. Everyone in the place was very friendly so we returned for dinner. It was a good decision as the food was lovely, very reasonably priced and the relaxed atmosphere was just how we...More
Had a yummy sampling platter of traditional Laotian dishes (platter A) and really enjoyed each of the items (Lao sausage, chicken in lemongrass, a traditional Laotian stew, eggplant dip, khaiphien, and a banana coconut dessert). The reason I'm giving it 4 stars instead of 5...More
I think their might be two Bamboo restaurants. We had two items with a beer for 50,000 kip. The food was delicious, hot and large portions. The service was friendly and fast. This is a great option down the street from the Aussie Bar going...More
We were at Merry Villa No.1 when it was time for lunch. It was brutally hot so we called Bamboo to deliver lunch. Noodle soup and fried chicken and white rice. The soup was good but could have used a bit more spice. The chicken...More
Down the hill from Phousi, on the way to the old bridge, this caters to the locals. But the food is great and the prices are a bargain. Worth the effort.