Many restaurants in Savannakhet are locally-owned venues that serve authentic Laotian dishes at rather affordable prices. The riverside area attracts many with cafes and bistros with impressive sunset views, while north of the Kaysone Phomvihane has guesthouses and hotels with onsite restaurants offering international cuisine. 

Savannakhet is also a good place to enjoy authentic French cuisine – there’s an upscale restaurant on Latsavongseuk Road that’s popular with expats and tourists. For something a little easier on the wallet, street vendors offer crispy baguettes stuffed with a variety of meat and fresh vegetables. Check out this guide on where and what to eat in Savannakhet.

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    • Yemek

    Daosavanh is a colonial-style French restaurant on Latsavongseuk Road. Try the menu du déjeuner – a 3-course lunch menu consisting of an appetiser, main, and dessert. Standouts include the grilled entrecote (premium beef cuts), grilled lamb with Provençal dressing, and fresh lobster flambéed in whiskey. 

    Daosavanh has 2 dining sections: an elegant upstairs restaurant that only opens for dinner, and an all-day cafe where you can enjoy fresh salads, sandwiches and croque-monsieur (baked ham and cheese sandwich).

    Konum: Latsavongseuk Road, Savannakhet 1300, Laos

    Açık olduğu saatler: Monday–Saturday from 7am to 10pm (closed on Sundays)

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    Café Chez Boune

    • Yemek

    Café Chez Boune is an atmospheric restaurant that serves authentic Italian and French cuisine in Savannakhet. It’s fully air-conditioned, with European-style paintings decorating its orange walls. 

    You can enjoy a range of pizzas, pasta dishes, lasagne, and steaks, paired with a good wine and dessert list. It’s pricier than most Savannakhet restaurants, but it’s often packed with expats and European tourists.  

    Konum: 43/3 Chaimeuang Road, Xayaphoum Village, Khaisone Phomvihan, Savannakhet, Laos

    Açık olduğu saatler: Monday–Friday and Sunday from 7am to 10pm (closed on Saturdays)

    Telefon: +856 41 215 190

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