When you can't face another serving of rice or spicy sauces, it's time to walk down the hill from the Villa Santi to this pleasant corner restaurant. The menu is traditional French, with a bit of Lao influence, especially when it comes to the ingredients. Consider, for example, the chevreuil au poivre vert (local venison in a pepper sauce). There are always the three-course set meal and several daily specials, which usually include fish fresh from the Mekong. Seating
is available in the bright, airy dining room or on the sidewalk, behind a barrier of plants.
Ban Wat Nong, Box 812, Luang Prabang, Laos